Some games cause the display to stay at 120Hz, but they are treated as applications rather than games, which means the refresh rate will drop to 60Hz when you stop interacting with the display. Performance in everyday applications on the Mi 11X is excellent, with the phone feeling fast, smooth, and responsive. The 120Hz display helps tremendously, making all applications that run at the maximum refresh rate feel fluid and graceful. Apart from the issues we mentioned in the display section, the device also had other minor glitches, such as the display randomly dropping refresh rate to 60Hz in apps where it should be 120Hz and the navigation keys disappearing when the phone came out fullscreen mode. There is also a version of Apple’s true tone, for crying out loud.
There is a quad rear camera setup that holds the Sony IMX582 48-megapixel main sensor, as well as an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle shooter, 2-megapixel macro shooter, and a 2-megapixel sensor. The camera dot is forgettable after it’s been noted once. The ultrawide camera is a bit more unpretentious. And while rivals with Snapdragon 750G and 765G chipsets have slightly more gaming power, there’s a solid argument that this is the best gaming phone at a price, thanks to its excellent speakers and OLED screen. They have softer and minimal details. It is fast but, Xiaomi could have separated the premium offering with a faster-charging brick. Like some other brands, Xiaomi has also switched to using Google’s Phone and Messages apps instead of its own.
The Mi 11X Ultra is the most expensive phone on the list, with a price starting at Rs 69,999; keep in mind this phone is imported from abroad and made in a fully automated Xiaomi factory in China. The Mi 11i reaches a full charge in 52 minutes, starting from flat, and it’s at 69% half an hour into the process. You can also process RAW files directly without requiring another app. Aside from configuring the navigation keys to launch apps on press and hold, you can even assign the fingerprint sensor to access a preset feature when double-tapped. Designed in India, all unique designs are carefully printed underneath the glass and look even better close up. AMOLED display with 1,100 nits peak brightness and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.