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    Introducing the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra‌ - Mobile Imaging Peak
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    Xiaomi on Monday, March 29, 2021 (April 9, 1400) in an interesting event in China, which was attended by spectators from several different products, including three phones in the Mi 11 series called Mi 11 Pro, Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11 Lite 5G unveiled; So far, only one phone from this family, the Mi 11, was unveiled in the last days of December 2020 as the world's first phone with a Snapdragon 888 processor, and now three more models have been added. Of the three models, the highest specs are the Mi 11 Ultra, which Xiaomi refers to as the culmination of shooting on a smartphone, and has a lot more to say besides the camera. �

    Mi 11 Ultra is a different phone that at first glance, all eyes are on the back and the location of the device's cameras. Becomes; This section, which apparently holds the record for the highest camera protrusion among all competitors, apart from the numerous cameras (which we will discuss in detail below), also has a second display that, in addition to displaying some information, for Selfie shooting is also used with main cameras. �

    Mi 11 Ultra on the back for maximum strength of ceramic in colors It uses white and black, which from the very beginning makes this model stand out among all the other current competitors in the market. This phone, which has the same screen size compared to the Mi 11, is no different in length and width with dimensions of 164.3 and 74.6 mm, respectively, and its thickness is 8.38 mm compared to the Mi 11 with two thicknesses of 8.06 and 8.56 mm (respectively). In the glass and leather versions) there is no major change. Of course, this thickness is much greater in the camera area and may not create a pleasant view for some users. To determine the amount of change in the design of this phone, it should be noted that its weight has increased from 196 grams in the Mi 11 glass to 234 grams!


    The body of the device with IP68 is resistant to water and dust penetration, which means that this model works smoothly in clear water to a depth of 1.5 meters for 30 Minutes. �

    After getting acquainted with the appearance of the phone, first of all, it should be the same and It went straight to the cameras in this collection, which today was introduced by the DXOMark website as the top mobile camera in the world. The device's main camera uses the Samsung ISOCELL GN2 sensor, which was recently introduced in February 2021 and now has its first appearance in a mobile camera; The 50-megapixel sensor measures 1.1 inches and has a pixel size of 1.4 microns, which is the largest size among mobile sensors to date. The pixels of this sensor, after combining four times with each other, achieve an impressive size of 2.8 microns at a resolution of 12.5 megapixels, which from the very beginning promises perfect photography in low light environments. Smart ISO technology, Dual Pixel Pro technology and staggered-HDR are among the modern features of this sensor. �

    This camera is equipped with optical image stabilization or OIS and Dual Pixel Pro capability It uses higher speed and accuracy in autofocus. The camera has an 8-stage lens with an aperture of f/1.95, and in video recording it supports a maximum resolution of 8K at 24 frames per second and 4K/60fps. �

    The other two cameras in this section are also a bit less attractive in terms of camera The original does not have a 50-megapixel device, and here we come across an interesting collection; The device's periscope camera is a 48-megapixel model with Sony IMX586 sensor that offers 5x optical zoom, 10x combined zoom and 120x digital zoom, and OIS image stabilization can be seen in its specs list. The aperture of this lens is f/4.1. Finally, the third is another 48-megapixel IMX586 model that features a 7-stage ultra-wide-angle lens with f/2.2 and a focal length of 12mm with autofocus support and the ability to shoot close-ups in front of it. The field of view of this camera is very wide and equal to 128 degrees, for which it is difficult to find another example. Both cameras, like the main camera, support 8K/24fps video recording, and are designed for 4K and 1080p shooting at 30 or 60 frames per second. �

    Next to the cameras in this section as one of the main features of the Mi 11 Ultra to the screen We encounter the second 1.1 inch of the device, which is located vertically to the right of the cameras. This AMOLED touch screen, with a resolution of 126 × 294 pixels and a maximum brightness of 450nits, supports Always On mode and displays items such as incoming calls and notifications. The most interesting function of this screen, of course, lies in the possibility of taking selfies with the main cameras, which naturally offers a much higher quality compared to the selfie camera of the device. �

    The screen of the phone on paper has not changed much compared to the Mi 11, and here too With a 6.81-inch AMOLED panel, we come across the Samsung E4 panel, which has a resolution of 2K or 1440 x 3200 pixels and a compression of 515 pixels per inch, and its refresh rate is 120 Hz. The touch removal speed in this panel is 480 Hz, which is a very high score for a non-gaming phone. 5,000,000: 1 contrast, Dolby Vision support, and 100% coverage of the P3 color gamut, along with the ability to display HDR10 + content, are other features of this display. The only slight difference between this 10-bit panel and what is offered in the Mi 11 is its maximum brightness of 1,700 nits, which is 200 nits more than the Mi 11. Typical brightness of this page is 900nits. This screen is protected by a Gorilla Glass Victus cover and also houses the fingerprint sensor. �

    At the top left of the screen, we come across the phone's 20-megapixel selfie camera, which sits inside a punch hole. This camera, which is apparently the same model as the Mi 11, has an aperture of f/2.2‌ and achieves a maximum resolution of 1080p/60fps and 720p/120fps, respectively, in normal and slow motion video. Like any big flagship in 2021, the beating heart of the Mi 11 Ultra will be powered by the powerful 5nm Snapdragon 888 processor, which, thanks to 1 2.84 GHz Cortex-X1 core, 3 2.42 GHz Cortex-A78 cores and 4 The 1.8 GHz core of the A55 is a full-featured, modern set. The graphics of this processor are Adreno 660 and its X60 5G modem is also internal. The LPDDR5 RAM of the phone is 8 or 12 GB and it has 256 or 512 GB of internal UFS 3.1 memory. An interesting feature of the Snapdragon 888 is its triple video signal processor (ISP) structure that allows three cameras to be controlled simultaneously, and in the Mi 11 Ultra this feature is fully utilized, where you can use all three cameras at any time. He started filming. �

    Another interesting point in the structure of the Mi 11 Ultra‌ is its battery, which At 5,000 mAh, it goes far beyond the Mi 11‌ with its 4,600mAh battery. The attractiveness of this battery does not only belong to its capacity, and in the meantime, the type of its constituent materials has also added to this attractiveness; The Mi 11 Ultra uses a so-called "second-generation nano-silicon cathode" battery, which Xiaomi says offers up to 10 times more lithium-ion storage capacity than conventional graphite cathodes, and by increasing the energy density, long-circuit problems in normal batteries. Raises. The battery supports a 67-watt wired charger (included in the box) and a 67-watt wireless charger, both of which can be fully charged in just 36 minutes. The Mi 11 Ultra reverse wired charger is also not forgotten and comes with 10 watts of power. �

    The Mi 11 Ultra uses two stereo speakers at the top and bottom of the device that Adjusted by the Harman Kardon suite and with Hi-Res sound verification, they are likely to provide high quality audio. There is no 3.5 mm headset jack in this phone, but as expected, it is possible to use Bluetooth headsets in it. The device has Bluetooth version 5.2 and Wi-Fi 6E, NFC connection and infrared port are other wireless communication options. �

    Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra with Android 11 operating system and MIUI 12 user interface from the second April 2021 (April 13, 1400) is available in two colors, white and black, to the Chinese market and will soon be available in international markets. The base version of the phone with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage is priced at 5,999 yuan (at the current exchange rate of US $ 914) and the other two versions with 12GB/256GB and 12GB/512GB are 6,499 and 6,999, respectively. Are priced at $ 990 and $ 1,066, respectively. The phone will be offered in another version called Marble Ceramic in 12GB/512GB memory, which apparently has no price difference with the regular version and will be offered at the same price of 6,999 yuan.

    It is also important to note that the 12/256GB version of this phone will apparently be available in the European market soon at a price of 1,199 euros.

    Update - Price of Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra in the Iranian market

    Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has entered the Iranian market. The price of Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra in Iran is from 38,950,000 Tomans to 38,950,000 Tomans.

    You can find out the price of this Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra in various stores by visiting the sellers page and the price.

    Source: Xiaomi

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