Unless there are localizations or spec changes, the Xiaomi Mi 11X should have similar internals as the global Poco F3 or the Chinese Redmi K40. There will be a barrage of shooting modes as with other Xiaomi phones, but 4K 60fps video recording might not be possible. The Mi 11X will be Xiaomi’s first Snapdragon 870-powered smartphone in India, which could mean that it is very competitively priced, as where its Poco and Redmi counterparts. In the future, with that assumption, the new Mi flagship will be powered by the Snapdragon 870 chipset, making it ideal for gaming and other intensive tasks. Also, you will not notice the difference between the Snapdragon 888 vs. the 870, so don’t even try to justify it as something worth upgrading for.
There are no deal breakers here, and as such, it’s a phone that’s very easy to recommend. I am particularly blown away by the speakers on the Realme X7 Max 5G. There are only some phones that make use of stereo speakers, and that comes at a price. Other features include IP52 water resistance and dual stereo speakers. You will rarely find a budget phone with these features. So if you have a budget of about Rs 20,000 and are considering both Samsung and Xiaomi products, here’s what to choose: Read again- Samsung Galaxy M42 5G vs. Xiaomi Mi 10i: Rs less than 25,000, which one to choose? The Xiaomi Mi 11X will be a budget flagship smartphone, taking on the OnePlus 9R, iQoo 7, Realme GT, and Vivo X60 in India.
Where it won’t compromise is the display, as the Xiaomi Mi 11X is likely to sport the same 6.67-inch AMOLED Samsung E4 panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and 360Hz touch sampling rate. The sides curve gently and elegantly into the similarly colored blue frame, adding a premium touch and improving the ergonomic experience. It is very easy to use, and users might not face any issues as it provides a lag-free experience. It should have a great handling experience, though, as it is only 7.8mm thick and weighs 196 grams. For photography, the Xiaomi Mi 11X should have the same triple-camera setup, with a 48MP primary sensor (Sony IMX582), an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 5MP tele-macro shooter.