Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Samsung Bangladesh
So Samsung’s Galaxy S21 Ultra is the best Android phone money can buy with the latest
specs and features. But it looks like Samsung finally has some competition in the Android
world because Xiaomi just announced the Mi 11 Ultra where the CEO of Xioami is calling
the phone the King of Android. Well, we’ll see about that but in the absence of Huawei,
the Mi 11 Ultra indeed looks like the best alternative to the Galaxy S21 Ultra since
the handset isn’t just exclusive to China. Anyway, the highlighting feature of the phone
is the camera. It has the world’s biggest camera sensor that has put on any smartphone out there
at nearly an inch of size. Of course, Samsung is the one who made this sensor. It’s a 50MP ISOCELL
GN2 and expect future Samsung phones to have this sensor as well. To give you some context
here are the sensor size difference between the S21 Ultra and the Mi 11 Ultra. The biggest
advantage of having a bigger sensor is that low light performance gets improved as the sensor
can able to get more light. Though we’ll have to wait for an actual camera test between the two
handsets to see if there’s a difference between the camera in the real world because the camera
hardware is only half of the story. The software is as much as important as the hardware.
Even though the Mi 11 Ultra can zoom in to 120x which is more than what the Galaxy
S21 Ultra can do but Xiaomi is using a 5x periscope zoom camera instead of the 10x
that Samsung is using on the S21 Ultra. So that means even though the Mi 11 Ultra has 20x more
digital zoom than the S21 Ultra but the quality should be much better on Samsung’s phone.
The rear camera bump also contains a 1.1-inch AMOLED screen, with a resolution of 126 x 294.
Xiaomi says it can be used to take selfies with the rear cameras,
it can function as an always-on display as well. Although you can essentially mirror whatever is
on the phone’s main display, though watching YouTube or checking emails on a finger-sized
screen probably isn’t ideal in my opinion. The phone also has some crazy charging speeds. 67W
wired and wireless charging, which Xiaomi says can fill the 5000mAh battery within 36 minutes.
Also, remember Xiaomi teased that the phone will have a silicone oxygen anode battery that seems to
be the alternative to the graphene batteries but strangely Xiaomi didn’t talk about it in detail.
And the battery is still at 5000mAh on the Mi 11 Ultra so just like I’ve said a couple
of days ago it seems Xiaomi is still including a typical Li-ion battery in the phone that’s
simply augmented by a Si-O battery. It’s not a full-fledged silicon-oxygen tech but more like
a testbed for this tech. Hopefully, in the future, we’ll be able to see a better version of it.
On the front, the phone has a 6.81-inch 120Hz Quad HD+ resolution display with a 120Hz refresh rate.
There’s no mention of the LTPO display panel so I’m assuming it’s an older LTPS display,
there’s Snapdragon 888 chipset, 5G connectivity, and an under-display fingerprint sensor. Basically
every bells and whistle you would expect from a proper flagship handset and at 1200 Euros it’s
a good alternative to the Galaxy S21 Ultra. But calling it the king of Android is a little
far-fetched. The S21 Ultra Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Samsung Bangladesh