Xiaomi's Mi 11X series seems to be very popular among smartphone enthusiasts. The Chinese smartphone maker claims have sold Mi 11X and Mi 11X Pro smartphones worth Rs 300 crore in India within 45 days of their launch. Both these smartphones were launched in the country on April 23 alongside the more premium Mi 11 Ultra. The latter is yet to go on sale in the country and has been delayed due to shipment issues.
The Mi 11X and Mi 11X Pro, on the other hand, are Made in India and have go on sale a few times in the country. Xiaomi is also planning to add a fourth Mi 11 Lite smartphone to the line-up this month. It has confirmed that the Mi 11 Lite will be launched in India on June 22.
The major reason behind the popularity of Mi 11X smartphones is their very aggressive pricing. The Mi 11X is priced at Rs 29,999 for the 6GB RAM and 128GB storage model and Rs 31,999 for the 8GB RAM and 128GB storage model. The Mi 11X Pro, meanwhile, is priced at Rs 39,990 for the 8GB RAM and 128GB storage variant while the 8GB RAM and 256GB storage variant would cost Rs 41,999.
Both the Mi 11X and Mi 11X Pro are offered in Celestial Silver, Cosmic Black, and Frosty White colours. They also have similar features apart from few differences when it comes to the processor and primary camera.
Both these phones have a 6.67-inch full-HD+ (1,080x2,400 pixels) E4 AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, 360Hz touch sampling rate, 1,300 nits peak brightness, and HDR10+ support. The Mi 11X is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC while the Mi 11X Pro comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC.
The Mi 11X has a 48-megapixel Sony IMX582 primary sensor, an 8-megapixel sensor with an ultra-wide and a 5-megapxiel macro shooter. The Mi 11X Pro uses a 108-megapixel main camera while the other two sensors remain the same. On the front, both phones have a 20-megapixel sensor for selfies and video calls.
Both the phones also pack 4,520mAh batteries that support 33W fast charging and wired reverse charging at 2.5W.
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