Video recording tops out at 8K 30fps for the primary camera and 1080p 60fps for the selfie camera. Video: 1080p at 30fps, 720p at 120fpsChipset: 5nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 870, 7nm Technology-based CPU: 3.2GHz Octa-core Kryo 585GPU: Adreno 650RAM: 6GB and 8GB, LPDDR5Storage: UFS 3.1 128GBNetwork: 5GSIM: Dual-nano software: MIUI 12 based on Android 11Color Options: Celestial Silver, Lunar White, Cosmic BlackMiscellaneous: Dolby Atmos Dual Speakers, Hi-Res Audio Certification, Accelerometer, Gyro, Proximity, X-axis linear motor, Ambient Light Sensor, as well as an Electronic compassConnectivity: Bluetooth 5.1, Wi-Fi 6, Multi-functional NFC, IR Blaster, USB Type-C, GPS as well as USB On-The-GoBattery: 4,520mAh, Mi Turbo Charge 33W Wired Flash ChargingXiaomi Mi 11X Price in Nepal (Expected): Rs. The Mi 11X gets to run on the MIUI 12.5 based on Android 11, and those of you familiar with MIUI know what’s what.
While not something groundbreaking, it does provide a very coherent visual experience that is a feast for the eyes and, in the meantime – connects the parts of MIUI in a subtle yet striking way. The last variant is reported to have a funkier finish, while the other two could be relatively understated. The main complaint I have is the silver ring around the front camera – although Xiaomi boasts of how small the hole is, the ring still calls attention to it, which is distracting when focusing on the content on screen. The matte colors and finish intersected by a glossy strip running down the camera hump are new and fresh. The device is straight on 2021-ish when designing a flagship phone, be it the tiny bezels, small punch-hole camera cutout, a frosted glass design, and stand-out rear camera design.
Well, let’s find out. One thousand three hundred nits of peak brightness; the Realme maxes out at 1000 nits and misses HDR10 ratings. The Realme X7 Max goes for a tried and tested design, which has been done umpteen times. Realme or Xiaomi, which one trumps the sub-Rs 30,000 segments? Design is subjective, and in a comparison involving Realme and Xiaomi, it becomes difficult for the consumer. While the design is boring, it is the tasteful paint job that gives it an identity. The Mi 11X goes for a modern take on its premium image, with a design inspired by the Mi 11 flagship. While both are equally attractive, note that the Mi 11X uses a glass rear while the Realme X7 Max has a unibody plastic construction.