We talked about Xiaomi Mi 11 for months. We have always told you that it will come with a powerful processor and will be very good in performance. It happened as we expected; The Mi 11 was equipped with Snapdragon 888 and came with excellent performance. But there is something else as important as performance; Power consumption and warming…



Xiaomi Mi 11 is equipped with a battery that is lower than the Mi 10 as you know. However, the device was also introduced with a chipset above the Mi 10. As you know, the chipset that powers the Mi 11 is the Snapdragon 888, Qualcomm’s newest weapon. Undoubtedly, the power of this processor is undeniable. However, we have a different problem.


Mi 11 consumes a lot of power

Qualcomm, at the introduction of the Snapdragon 888, mentioned that the new platform will be faster than the previous Snapdragon 865. However, he added that there are some improvements in energy efficiency. However, the promises we expected did not work. Because Mi 11 consumes a lot of power and gets just as hot.

Foreign sources have uncovered a detailed test of the Mi 11 today. In these tests, Xiaomi’s ambitious flagship; rated with both power consumption and temperature. The results are surprising;

Mi 11 passed through Geekbench, GFXBench, AnTuTu, SPECInt and 3D Mark tests, and passed a very important test. And also; PUBG Mobile has also had a busy day in Genshin Impact games. Let’s take a look at those statistics.


Mi 11 does not regret as a performance

Xiaomi’s powerful weapon, Mi 11, certainly does not regret performance. We can say that we have no problems with this. When we look at it in general terms, the Snapdragon 888 in the Mi 11 easily defeats the previous Snapdragon 865. It even beats Apple’s A13 Bionic chip in Geeknbench tests. But our annoying problems; the device gets too hot and also consumes so much power …

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One of the first tests performed was AnTuTu. The Mi 11 consumed a total of 4% battery in this test. This is quite normal when compared to the previous Snapdragon 865 phones. However, the device warmed up 12 degrees in this test. This is where the advantage of other smartphones emerges. A phone with a Snapdragon 865 only warms up by 4 degrees in the same test. The difference is obvious.

On the other hand, things are getting worse in the SPECint test. The Cortex X1, the “big core” of the Snapdragon 888, is 26% faster than the Snapdragon 865’s “big core” Cortex A77. But the Cortex X1’s power consumption was 25% greater than the Snapdragon 865’s Cortex A77. In this test, we can say that the Mi 11 is disgraced.

Let’s come to our main test PUBG Mobile and 3DMark Wild Life. In the PUBG Mobile test, we cannot say that the Mi 11 consumed that much power. This is at a level that is on par with the previous Mi 10 Pro. For example, PUBG Mobile played for 30 minutes on the Mi 11 lost from 86% to 77%. However, the size of the work has changed a lot in the Genshin Impact game. Mi 11 warmed up to 50 degrees in this game played for only 10 minutes. Then the device secured itself automatically and changed the frame rate from 60 to 30 fps.

As you can see, we can say that the tough test of the Mi 11 was not very successful. We have no say on the performance of the device, but it cannot be said that it will satisfy the user in heating and power consumption. For this, we can say that it is more logical to wait for the Mi 11 Pro for now.


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