In the past few hours, a blogger on Weibo stated that the display of the new Xiaomi Mi 11 flagships will not use a waterfall design and will not have the central camera in the center of the panel. Just like ” remind me “, not too long ago, we heard that the screen of the Chinese company’s new flagship phones would have a hole in the upper left corner of the panel and that the unit would be curved on all sides.
However now, it appears that compared to classic waterfall screen models, the curvature of the Mi 11 displays will be less pronounced. More importantly, the top version of the Mi 11 series could use the panel produced by Samsung Display with 2K + resolution and AMOLED technology in tow. This should be the first full-screen flagship to feature such a feature.
In this regard, we must also add to this that the screen supports an adaptive image refresh rate of up to 120Hz and that this appears to support 10-bit color and a maximum brightness of 1500 cd / m2.
Finally, remember that the screen of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G smartphone is considered as the best product ever released on the market. Its maximum brightness is 1600 cd / m2 and the frequency on the other hand is equal to 120 Hz. In comparison, the iPhone Pro 12 screen has a maximum brightness of 1200 cd / m2. Let’s see if that of the Mi 11 will be able to do better.
In terms of specifications, the new Xiaomi Mi 11 will enjoy the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G processor, built according to a 5 nm construction process and is the first mobile platform to adopt the Cortex X1 architecture. This can increase CPU performance by 25% and increases the overall efficiency of the entire CPU cluster by 25%.
Earlier it became known that smartphones Xiaomi Mi 11 series will be the first devices on the market based on this latest flagship chipset and it is expected that they will be presented on December 29.
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