In addition to a flagship performance, the Xiaomi Mi 11 will support computational photography, bringing new breakthroughs in imaging. Computational Photography uses artificial intelligence to break through the physical limitations of optics. In addition, it uses powerful computing power to create new visual imaginations. On the other hand, the smartphone uses deep learning to surpass the details visible to the human eye.
Snapdragon 888 integrates Qualcomm’s third-generation 5G modem
As we know the Snapdragon 888 uses 1 x 2.84GHz (ARM’s latest Cortex X1 core)+3 x 2.4GHz (Cortex A78)+4 x 1.8GHz (Cortex A55), Adreno 660 GPU, X60 5G modem baseband. In addition, it supports WiFi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2.
As the latest product of the Snapdragon 8 series, the Snapdragon 888 integrates Qualcomm’s third-generation 5G modem and radiofrequency system-Snapdragon X60. At the same time, it supports all major global millimeter wave and Sub-6GHz frequency bands. The features include 5G carrier aggregation, global multi-SIM card functions, Independent (SA) and non-independent (NSA) networking modes, and dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS).
The sixth-generation Qualcomm AI engine integrated on the Snapdragon 888 5G mobile platform includes a newly designed Qualcomm Hexagon processor, with a performance of 26 trillion operations per second (26 TOPS). In terms of games, the third-generation Snapdragon Elite Gaming is integrated. And Qualcomm officially claims that it brings the most significant performance improvement ever made by Qualcomm Adreno GPU.
In terms of camera performance, the Spectra ISP of Snapdragon 888 supports faster billion-pixel-level processing speed. Users can process 2.7 billion pixels per second to take photos and videos. That is, 120 frames per second and each frame are 12 million Pixels. The processing speed is up to 35% higher than the previous generation platform.
According to the previously exposed news, the Mi 11 series will include at least two versions of Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro. Of course, the company will continue to adopt the full-screen solution with hole-punch screens. The Mi 11 uses a hyperboloid screen, and the Mi 11 Pro uses a 2K quad-curved screen. Both of them support 120Hz refresh rate and also native 10bit color depth display.
Further, judging from the real camera photos of Mi 11 on the Internet, the Mi 11 basic version uses a blue gradient back shell. And the rear camera layout is a square design with two large sensors. The small sensor is above the LED light.
In other aspects, Mi 11 uses a small square matrix 2+1 three-camera design. We also expect the Mi 11 Pro to adopt a horizontal matrix camera design. In addition, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro may support 100W super-fast charging. And referring to the previous specifications of Mi 10 Ultra, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro may also support 120W fast charging.
Regarding the performance of Xiaomi Mi 11, the machine has appeared on GeekBench before, sporting the Snapdragon 888 chip announced by Qualcomm this month. In terms of storage, the smartphone has 12GB of memory, runs Android 11, single-core 1135 points, multi-core 3790 points. Of course, the performance is good and meets Qualcomm’s official standards.