After that last major launch activity, Xiaomi's brand new Mi 11 Ultra "superphone" and 75-inch QLED TV might be g etting all the headlines, but the Mi 11X is far more affordable. The Mi 11X looks like an idealistic phone that offers up-to-date technology, versatile cameras, and plenty of little touches that set it apart from the low-cost crowd, even by "flagship killer" standards. It starts at Rs. 29,999 and competes with phones like the OnePlus Nord and Realme X7 Pro 5G.

You can choose from three colors: Lunar White and Cosmic Black, as well as a Celestial Silver variant that appears to have a slightly tinted slider. Because of its 6.67-inch screen, this phone is relatively tall and large. It's easy to manage thanks to its 7.8mm thickness and 196g weight, and the camera bump isn't too noticeable. Despite its sparkle, the back panel isn't slippery. The phone has Gorilla Glass 5 on both the front and back, and the company claims an IP53 value for water and dustproof.

The high-resolution display panel is another important aspect. The display is a 6.67-inch full-HD+ 120Hz HDR10+ screen from Xiaomi. The company cites a backlight brightness of 1300nits and DCI-P3 color gamut accuracy of 100%. The panel is also said to be energy efficient, which will make the battery last longer. Although the hole for the front camera is relatively small, Xiaomi has once again inserted a distracting silver ring around it. There's also a 4,520mAh battery, which seems to be about average for this section. According to Xiaomi, the Mi 11X comes with a 33W USB-PD charger that can charge the phone fully within an hour.

In terms of applications, Xiaomi includes MIUI 12 with the Mi 11 series, as well as some advertisement and promotional material. All of this will be gone in MIUI 12.5 according to the company, but we don't have a launch date for that yet.

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