Think the dilemma between the regular Mi 11 and the Mi 11 Ultra is complicated? You should also be familiar with the Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11i which will make the business even more confusing and challenging
The supply of devicesSnapdragon 888 from To be accurate (Xiaomi) is leaving dust for all the other manufacturers in the market at the moment, and we have only to fantasize about what will be the best and most affordable choice out of all the somewhat confusing names and versions - in the hope that they will all reach the Israeli market in the near future. After the Mi 11, Mi 11 Ultra and also the unusual Mi Mix Fold, this is a good time to provide reference for both the fresh Mi 11 Pro and the Mi 11i.
The Mi 11 Pro is a jumper model between the regular Mi 11 and the leading Mi 11 Ultra, with an interesting combination of good features on both sides - like the first minimalist and more elegant shell, without the second tiny secondary screen, but with official support for the standard IP68 for protection against water and dust that does not exist in Mi 11.
The Mi 11 Pro is based on the same advanced 6.81-inch Super AMOLED panel, with 1440p resolution and a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz like its brother, alongside it chip Snapdragon 888 as mentioned and Android 11 system with MIUI 12 running above it, fast UFS 3.1 storage of 128GB or 256GB plus 8GB or 12GB of LPDDR5 memory, stereo speakers with Harman / Kardon branding, chip Built-in NFC, built-in infrared transmitter, leading 6E Wi-Fi connectivity support, receiver GPS Which supports three channels, Fingerprint scanner Built-in optical and 5,000mAh battery with support for 67 watt wired charging and 67 watt wireless charging interface as with the Mi 11 Ultra.
The difference between the Pro and Ultra then, beyond the absence of the rear screen and volume storage A generous 512GB, comes down to the photo array that experienced a certain reduction in the potential of the secondary sensors in it. The main sensor is the same in both models with a 50 megapixel resolution, a unique and impressive physical size of 1 / 1.12 inches and an optical stabilization system for optimal performance in manual photography, but in the Mi 11 Pro you will find an 8 megapixel periscope telephoto sensor instead of 48 megapixels Pixel, and a 13-megapixel sensor is reduced for wide-angle photography compared to another 48-megapixel sensor inside the Mi 11 Ultra.
It is not clear at the moment whether there are plans to distribute the Mi 11 Pro model in the international market, but in China consumers will be able to find it for a price of 5,000 yuan, which is about 2,550 shekels without the local VAT surcharges.
The Mi 11i is a model that has already received a recommended European price tag, for our conversation, and is in fact an international edition for the Redmi K40 Pro, in a similar way to thePoco The F3 is actually the Redmi K40 under its new thin branding layer.
This model delivers a 6.67-inch Super AMOLED screen with 1080p resolution and a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, chip Snapdragon 888 (cheers!) Senior octagon, 8GB dynamic memory with 128GB or 256GB of built-in UFS 3.1 storage, Android 11 system right out of the box and MIUI 12 interface above it, built-in side-by-side fingerprint scanner, stereo speakers, chip Built-in NFC, 6 dual-channel Wi-Fi connectivity, receiver GPS Dual channels, built-in infrared transmitter, 4,520mAh battery with 33 watt charging and casing with glass cladding on the front and back of its IP53 standard for basic protection against water and dust.
God-Xiaomi The Mi 11i benefits from the services of a triangular main photo array, including a large 108-megapixel main sensor, a 13-megapixel secondary sensor for wide-angle photography and a macro sensor using a slightly less than 5 megapixels, combined with a standard 20-megapixel selfie (Based on a tiny 1 / 3.4-inch sensor) inside a 'hole' recess. The model will be available with a silver, white or black finish for consumers to choose from - and with a price of 650 euros for the basic version with volume storage Of 128GB or 700 euros for an edition that doubles this figure, including the equivalent of VAT in the EU.
In conversion to shekels, these are costs of approximately NIS 2,570 and approximately NIS 2,760, in which case we have good reason to believe that the official recommended prices in Israel will not be too far from these values - assuming we see the Mi 11i storm the market soon, and not delayed Unexplained similar to his stepbrother Mi 11.