The Xiaomi Mi 11, which we have been eagerly awaiting, finally became official with an event that took place yesterday. Although the Chinese manufacturer postponed the launch of the Mi 11 Pro to another date, at least we saw the similar Mi 11 and found answers to the questions in our minds. Mi 11, the first model to use the Snapdragon 888, also managed to become a leader in DisplayMate with its 2K display. However, with a score of 745,000, AnTuTu was chosen as the new champion. Undoubtedly, we can say that this phone was worth what we expected with its features. Moreover, the fact that the price is the same as the previous Mi 10, frankly, made us all happy. Anyway. Now let’s put these aside and get to our main point.



The Xiaomi Mi 11, which was introduced on Monday, was received by some people and passed various tests. It does not end with this. A team called IAO took the Mi 11 inside out, completely taking the phone apart. Now let’s take a look at this teardown test without further ado;

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They disassembled the Xiaomi Mi 11

The IAO team, which previously performed the dismantling of many phones, has now disassembled the Xiaomi Mi 11. The disassembly of the phone was first started from the bottom. First, the sim tray located next to the USB-C interface was removed. Then the cover on the back was peeled off and removed completely. After all this, the screws fixing the camera were also removed and the module was completely detached from the main board.


After the Chinese team removed the camera of the Mi 11, the main lens; He reported that Samsung is equipped with ISOCELL HMX that supports OIS functionality. At the same time accompanying it; He added that there is a 13-megapixel ultra-wide angle lens equipped with a 5-megapixel Samsung S5K5E9 sensor and a CMOS OV13B10 sensor.

What about the motherboard?

With the back cover and camera module removed, now it’s time for the motherboard. What about the motherboard? According to IAO’s comments, all of the components on the Mi 11’s motherboard are equipped with VC heat sinks to keep the device’s performance at a high level.

Now let’s get to the battery of Mi 11. People who disassembled the device stated that the Mi 11 is equipped with a 4600 mAh BM4X lithium polymer battery. This saves power on the screen and allows you to enjoy the day comfortably.

It’s time for heat tests. As you can see from the video below, Xiaomi’s new flagship reached a temperature of only 37 degrees in PUBG, which was played in HDR for 30 minutes. Undoubtedly, the VC technology in the phone has also managed to prove itself in the best way at this point.


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