This is the Xiaomi Mi 11i if you’re in Europe. If you’re in India, then this is the Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro and it shares the majority of its specs and all of its looks with the Xiaomi Mi 11X and the Poco F3. Confused? Don’t worry – depending on where you live, Xiaomi will supply just one of these very good phones.
The European model we have here ships with a 33W charger, USB cable, 3.5mm dongle and a case. You can pick the Mi 11i now for €649 with 8/128GB or €699 with 8/256GB and in three colors – Celestial Silver, Cosmic Black and Frosty White. We have the most reflective of the bunch at the office.
Despite a name that suggests some lesser variant of the Mi 11, the Mi 11i is every bit the premium phone. The display is a 6.67-inch 1080p Super AMOLED with HDR10+ support and 120Hz refresh rate. The triple camera on the rear has a 108MP main camera as its star with a supporting cast of an 8MP ultrawide and a 5MP macro.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 supplies loads of performance and 5G connectivity.
Our unit comes with 256GB of storage. It runs MIUI 12 on top of Android 11, which is smooth and fast. We especially like the small tweaks like the ability to switch to a more intuitive command center-style toggle area and the vertical task switcher (which you can revert to a standard vertical one).
We’re knee-deep in the Xiaomi Mi 11i review so stay tuned for our findings!