Xiaomi Mi 11 Won’t Use Centered Hole Waterfall Screen Design

Xiaomi Mi 11

Today, a Weibo blogger said that the Xiaomi Mi 11 series screen will not use a centered single-hole design. Moreover, it turns out this handset won’t use a waterfall screen.

As a reminder, not that long ago, we heard that the Xiaomi Mi 11 series screen had a hole in the upper left corner and it will be a quad-curved screen. However, compared with large curvature screens such as waterfall screens, the curvature of the Mi 11 series screens is smaller.

More importantly, the top version of the Mi 11 series may use the Samsung 2K+ AMOLED screen. This will be the first full-screen flagship of the Mi series with a Samsung 2K+ resolution.

In this regard, we should also add that the screen supports an adaptive image refresh rate up to 120Hz. Also, it should support 10-bit color and a peak brightness of 1500 cd/m2.

It will be recalled that the screen of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G smartphone was considered the best on the market. Its peak brightness is 1600 cd/m2, and the maximum frequency is also equal to 120 Hz. And, for example, the iPhone Pro screen 12 has a peak brightness 1200 cd/m2.

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Other Features Of Xiaomi Mi 11

In terms of specifications, the Xiaomi Mi 11 series will debut the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 flagship processor. It uses a 5nm process technology and is the first mobile platform to adopt the Cortex X1 architecture. This is a brand-new architecture that can increase CPU performance by 25%. It also increased the overall efficiency of the entire CPU cluster by 25%. So the actual performance is worth looking forward to.

Snapdragon 888

Xiaomi founder Lei Jun said that the Snapdragon 888 is Qualcomm’s most powerful mobile platform so far. In addition to industry-leading 5G connectivity, it has also brought breakthroughs and innovations in AI, games and cameras. ‘I am very happy that our new flagship smartphone Mi 11 will be one of the first devices equipped with the Snapdragon 888.’

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