Xiaomi Globally Launches Mi 11, Global Price Revealed

Xiaomi globally launched Mi 11

Xiaomi globally launched Mi 11 during its #MovieMagic global launch event. Here’s what you need to know about Xiaomi’s latest flagship features.

Xiaomi Globally Mi 11
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Xiaomi already introduced this smartphone in China last December. However, the company decided to share Mi 11’s features in details during its global launch event.

#MovieMagic Video Features

Xiaomi explained the video features of Mi 11 — including the Magic Zoom, Time Freeze, Parallel World, Freeze Frame, Night Time-lapse, and Slow Shutter. These features would make the user “shoot like a director”.

In addition, Xiaomi also shared Mi 11’s eight cinematic video filters which would make its users “edit like a studio”. Moreover, Xiaomi introduced the smartphone’s “ultra night video” feature wherein users can shoot videos even in low light conditions.

#MovieMagic Camera Features

Xiaomi introduced its studio-level rear cameras: the 108MP main camera, 13MP ultra-wide lens, and 5MP telemacro lens. With these cameras, this smartphone was built in order to create #MovieMagic.

Mi 11’s front and rear cameras, according to Xiaomi, can shoot photos even in low light conditions. Users can use Mi 11’s night mode feature using either main camera, ultra-wide lens, or front camera.

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Display Features

This smartphone has a 6.81-inch WQHD+ AMOLED four-surface flexible display with up to 120Hz refresh rate, up to 480Hz touch sampling rate, HDR 10+, and Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.

Color Variants

This smartphone has three color variants: Midnight Gray, Horizon Blue, and Cloud White. However, Xiaomi revealed that a special Lei Jun edition of Mi 11 will soon be available for a limited number only.

Mi 11 Global Price

This smartphone was globally priced at EUR 749 for 8GB + 128GB variant and EUR 799 for 8GB + 256GB variant.

You can watch the livestream below:

Meanwhile, Xiaomi Philippines posted on Facebook as the company gave a hint about the arrival of Mi 11 in the Philippines.

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