- Ki Price/Quality Score9.9
- Kimovil reviewPros
- Stereo Speakers
- Infrared port
- No Wireless charging
- No Telephoto lens
- Camera stabilization
- No MicroSD slot
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 0%Less than half day
- 17%Less than a day
- 17%One day
- 61%More than one day
- 6%Two days or more
- 6%It comes with a clean operating system
- 89%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 6%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 0%Once a year
- 50%Every six months
- 50%Every two months or less
- I thought I'll regret my purchase
But the user experience has been great. Coming from a slightly lower priced phone (the poco f1 back in 2018), the MIUI experience on something priced high as this has been super amazing. I have faced no bugs in terms of system freezing, signal reception, wifi reception, and havent faced any heating issue even though this device is an 888 due to the optimizations they have done. If you play super demanding games like Genshin it will drop frames a bit but only if you set it at high/highest settings.
Daytime shots are amazing, the natural bokeh it produces too is nice, in some scenarios you do not even need to use portrait mode. The video recording is superb, well stabilized even though it is only relying on EIS. The display is truly amazing, content viewing on Netflix with Dolby Vision paired with the Harman-Kardon tuned speakers are amazing. It is loud, has details of the highs and low spectrum of audio.
The 120W charging is a godsent, but Xiaomi may have cheated on it a bit. Charging around 17-20 minutes does get the counter to 100%, but if you leave it for an extra 10 minutes you can squeeze out an extra 1-1.5 hour of screen on time.Pros
- 120W Charging + SD 888
- 3 years major OS updates + 4 years security patch
- Hardcore throttling on demanding games
- No china rom base so a bit slow on updates
- Cheated battery indicator
- No Optical Image Stabilization (no biggie tho)
- Quite big and heavy
Phone overall is quite big and heavy but you can feel that it's a "premium" phone. Back glass is terrible, catch fingerprint instantly but looks great if its clean. Can't complain for quality of display, camera or battery because they are great.
The best is charging, around 20 minutes to full it's amazing, I can charge it to full before work during my breakfast. That's truly game changer.
- It is a good phone for gamer who prefers stability of fps in game.Pros
- Long lasting battery
- 480 Hz uch sampling rate which is great for gaming
- Downgrade camera compared to Mi 10t. This one true resolution is only 48 mega pixel
- Selfie camera punch hole is quite big
The 11T Pro It is not a natural evolution of the Mi 10T Pro. It loses OIS but the camera still has a Samsung lens, which, apart from those of the Huawei Law, are the best I have tried. It gains in light capture because, although I believed that it would capture less with an aperture of 1.75, 9 Pixels are joined to 1 Superpixel, which creates, of 108Mpx, 12Mpx photos, but of Exceptional quality. We notice that at night especially where, without having a lot of light source, it manages to take good photos. The Ultra Wide Angle camera, incomprehensibly, is from Sony, whose sensors in mobile phones, if they are not of their own brand, I do not like at all. On the other hand, the Macro, Yes it is Samsung too and, far from what the unintelligent say, If it has an optical zoom of x2, accompanying a Macro camera that, from 3cm, takes ultra-sharp photos of you. The Selfie is not bad. It must be me but, I do them with the camera that I do them, I do not like them in general. The Selfies camera, despite having lowered its resolution, presents a proposal popularized by LG, using the screen itself to act as a flash. The games, to my liking, are played very fluid; I know that the mobile heats up when playing a lot but it is that even a Gaming, with Better cooling, heats up. The 865+ in my Asus ROG 3, for example, heats up, and almost hotter than this one. The battery is starting to have. Of course, it is the fault of the "improved" layer of personalization of MIUI 12.5. It's not the battery's "fault" that it lasts less than it should; It is a matter of this layer: Many apps in the background and a terrible management of battery saving in that sense. Even the Mi 10T Pro has been loaded with this horrible cape.In hand it feels good; I have it a White-Pearly color and it seems Precious to me; that way its design is more attractive to me; more remarkable than mediocre dark gray. The Amoled screen is very enjoyable; not a problem during the day.Pros
- Good display with peak brightness just right for Amole
- Powerful stereo speakers with very clean sound
- Fluency in the system; you only need to change the Cap
- It is beautiful and elegant in the light models
- Good photographic lenses from Samsung; bad for the
- Robust construction; Corning Gorilla Glass Vic
- The UGA camera is from Sony; less Mpx although it can be attractive during the day
- That does not come directly with MIUI 13; MIUI 12.5 e
- Without OIS; for night photos you need good p
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- New opinion 1 day ago
- 8.4 Design & Materials
- 8.7 Performance & Hardware
- 7.9 Camera
- 8.9 Connectivity
- 8.2 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.