Xiaomi it is famous not only for the very positive quality / price ratio that distinguishes its countless products but also for the tendency to announce and market many variants of its main smartphones. And, after the announcement of the My 11 which took place earlier this month, it was a matter of time before new members of the Chinese manufacturer's newborn family also made their official appearance. Named My 11 Ultra, Mi 11i e Mi 11 Lite 5G, Xiaomi's new devices are a candidate to attack both the very high and the medium range of the market due to their technical specifications and price.
The Mi 11 Ultra ranks at the top of Xiaomi's offer. Equipped with the powerful processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and 12 GB of RAM, the older brother of the Mi 11 stands out above all for the photographic sector of the highest level it is equipped with, consisting of three different cameras. The main one is 50 megapixel, the second is wide-angle lens 48 megapixel and the third is also 48 megapixel but equipped with telephoto (5x optical zoom and 120x digital zoom). The front chamber is instead characterized by 20 megapixels. As a display we find instead a panel from 6.81 "AMOLED with 1440 x 3200 resolution, refresh rate a 120 Hz and 1700 nits of maximum brightness. To complete the high-level equipment of this flagship then there is the 5000 mAh battery with support also for fast charging at 67 W.
The Mi11i is another top of the range belonging to the Xiaomi top range family, which differs from the Ultra due to the rear main chamber from 108 megapixel and the AMOLED E4 DotDisplay 6,67 ″ FHD + display with 120Hz refresh rate. The Mi 11 Lite 5G is also very interesting, a product that is placed in the medium-high range of the market. It has a 6,55 ″ screen with FHD + resolution and 90 Hz refresh rate. The photographic sector is also worthy of note here, albeit lower than the two older brothers just mentioned. In the back we find the main 64 megapixel camera, a wide-angle 8 and a 5 telephoto camera, while in front there is a 20 megapixel sensor. As a CPU Xiaomi has decided to adopt the new one Snapdragon 780G, pairing it with 6 or 8 GB of RAM depending on the memory configuration and a 4250 mAh battery. Also, as the name implies, it supports 5G networks.
After analyzing the main technical specifications of Mi 11 Ultra, Mi11i and Mi 11 Lite 5 G it is time to talk about the price with which Xiaomi will market them. Coming in the coming months in Europe (and therefore), the three smartphones will be available for purchase in the following configurations (relating to the global market):
- Mi 11 Ultra: 1.199 € in the only 12/256 configuration;
- Mi 11i: from 649 € (8 / 128GB);
- Mi 11 Lite 5G: from 369 € (6 / 128GB)
All that remains is to wait for new information from Xiaomi regarding the official arrival date and the prices that will also be officially applied on the market.