A few weeks ago, Xiaomi launched its latest flagship smartphone in its home country China and the device is now available for purchase. Now, just days after the phone being made available in the market, the company has shared an interesting video.
Xiaomi has shared a video on its Weibo account that shows the Mi 11 smartphone being disassembled but then the phone gets reassembled into a mechanical sculpture of a dragon — an iconic symbol in the Chinese culture.
For this process, two Mi 11 phones were used, along with four Leather Edition models for the softer material. The company is also reporting that it took 30 days for the article to complete this disassembling and reassembling process of around 500 parts.
Under the hood, the device is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC, making it the world’s first device to have this processor. Along with that, the phone is coupled with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. It comes with an in-display fingerprint scanner and a heart-rate scanner.
In the camera department, there’s a triple-camera sensor on the back that features a 108MP primary sensor with f/1.85 aperture, a 13MP super wide-angle lens with a 120-degree field of view, and a 5MP telephoto-macro lens. On the front side, the device has a 20MP snapper for taking selfies and video calling.
The smartphone runs the Android 11 operating system out-of-the-box with the MIUI 12 on top, although the company has officially released the MIUI 12.5 custom interface. It is powered by a 4,600mAh battery that supports 55W fast wired charging, 50W fast wireless charging, and 10W reverse wireless charging.
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