Xiaomi Mi 11 got the first-class QHD+ panel in Samsung’s takeaways this time. Features include a 120Hz high refresh rate, native adaptive refresh, 10bit color depth, and 1500 nit peak brightness. In addition, touch consumables are all enhanced.
As a brand-new flagship 5G mobile phone, such a screen configuration is really careful.
In contrast, the Samsung Note20 Ultra, which was sealed by DxOMark as the No. 1 in the world, also refreshed at 120Hz with a maximum brightness of 1600 nits. However, the iPhone 12 Pro is almost meaningless, 800 nits in normal mode, and up to 1200 nits in HDR. In extreme cases, the screen visibility will be slightly lower than that of Xiaomi Mi 11. We don’t know how much storage configuration Xiaomi Mi 11 will use. It is reported that the device will be released next month, so stay tuned.
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