The flagship device equipped with Snapdragon 888 Receives international announcement - with significantly higher price tags than those presented for the Chinese market but also with luggage for everyone without exception
The Galaxy S21 family is already touring it all over the country As the first representative for the flagship devices of 2021, and soon it will probably have a proper direct competition - with The first Snapdragon 888 model Which is expected to land in Israel, from the creator of To be accurate (Xiaomi).
The formidable Chinese smartphone maker has launched the The Mi 11 In its international version, a little over a month after it was introduced (and even began to be sold in limited flash rounds) in the country of origin - and all the most advanced features are preserved here, to our delight: in the device you will find a Super panel AMOLED Of 10 bit size 6.81 inches with a resolution of 3,200 × 1,440 pixels and a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, storage UFS 3.1 fast internal 128GB or 256GB without expansion option, memory 5GB LPDDR8, speakers Stereophonic, under-screen optical fingerprint scanner, connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11ax Dual channels, a triangular main photo array with a 108-megapixel main sensor with optical stabilization, a built-in 4,600mAh battery with 55-wire fast charging and 50-watt fast wireless charging and more.
The aluminum body of the Mi 11, with Gorilla Glass Victus glass cladding on the front and Gorilla Glass 5 glass cladding on the back, will be offered in shades of blue, black or white (and also in limited editions that will only be available in some markets and some times). 750 euros including tax for a version with 128GB of storage And 8 GB of dynamic memory, or at a more affordable price (subjectively) of 800 euros including tax for a version with storage Dual 256GB. In direct translation to shekels, these are price tags of approximately NIS 2,980 and NIS 3,190, respectively - when we hope that the official local launch price will not exceed NIS 3,000 due to this.
These are additions of over 30 percent compared to prices in the Chinese market, and although we expected in advance that the international version of the Mi 11 will cost more (this is pricing with the European equivalent VAT plus 20 percent compared to a price that does not include tax additions in China, after all) - The difference is nevertheless more significant than we hoped.We will be comforted that the international version will include a fast compact wall charger with a power of up to 55 watts per package, while in China the product is marketed without a charger included in an experimental program where consumers will be eligible for free charge on demand.
It is not yet known what the official launch date of The Xiaomi Mi 11 In Israel, but now that there is an official global model it is likely to happen in a few weeks - and then we will find out how much this weighted pleasure will really cost us, and whether we gain compared to the neighbors in the West (there were already precedents) or not.
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