The Android Freak, 08 Oct 2021No more snapdragon 765G/768G.Why
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2021If xiaomi really cared about fast charge they would make the battery removable... 0% to 100% i... moreThat has already been adressed
(there's a more detailed article somewhere in this website)
"The cell itself is advertised as a graphene-based lithium-ion battery which is another first for Xiaomi. But how would these fast top-ups fare over time you ask? Xiaomi promises the Mi 10 Ultra will still have at least 90% capacity after 800 charging cycles."
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2021REDMI note 11 OR XIAOMI note 11(successor to Mi Note 10)? It hard to believe that Xiaomi gi... moreXiaomi note 11 isnt released. The xiaomi civi is successor to it. The redmi note 10 Pro had like crazy value. 120hz amoled with good chip and good cam.
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2021Talking from personal experience, as my phone battery almost died just a year after that fast ... moreThen that's overcharging. Also was it 65w 50w or higher? And I'm pretty sure u charge it to 100 which degrade battery as much as fast charging. So a 70 or 80% battery should be enough for one dya and then u charge it if its lower than 25% or on 20%.
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2021Would rather have OIS like Infinix Zero X pro along SD 780 or 778.Inifnix zero pro has crappy 8mp uw cam and useless 8mp periscope.
AviMan, 08 Oct 2021Just give us f1.8 12MP 1.8micron pixel Sensor size with OIS and 4K@60. Midrange phone is going... moreOis on 300 phone? This article does teven mention anything about its cam sensor or its mp anyway. So yea
67w it is reasonable upgrade since the note 9 pro. Everyone of you talk like fast charging reduce the longevity, just use slower old charger like 10w voila done!
AnonD-1016461, 08 Oct 2021Let me guess Still no OISFor less than 300 u want ois? Ois can't help enough if a phone has small sensor. But if it has the same hm2 which is big then ois would help.
Dudenoway, 08 Oct 2021I think xiaomi is gonna give 65w charging for global one. Of course if that's true.
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2021You forgot to mention its gonna be CHINA only feature..I think xiaomi is gonna give 65w charging for global one.
Let me guess
Still no OIS
Just give us f1.8 12MP 1.8micron pixel Sensor size with OIS and 4K@60. Midrange phone is going war with Megapixels meanwhile they lacks basic of Camera.
Xiaomi sticking with 8MP UW and No AF. Give us 7000mAh battery with 33W or 25W is okay too.
Please Xiaomi make a 5.7" phone. I will buy it straight away.
Would rather have OIS like Infinix Zero X pro along SD 780 or 778.
If xiaomi really cared about fast charge they would make the battery removable... 0% to 100% in 30 seconds. What xiaomi cares about is killing the battery in 2 years. 7,000mah battery would be much better.
REDMI note 11 OR XIAOMI note 11(successor to Mi Note 10)?
It hard to believe that Xiaomi give 120w to a midrange phones ... Unless they want to keep increasing the price ..
Shadocx, 08 Oct 2021Any proof of your claim or are you just another anon troll?Talking from personal experience, as my phone battery almost died just a year after that fast charging which was not the sole factor but because of rapid charging and discharging and multiple such cycles through the day and because I also used the phone while charging, the amount of heat was very high. Add in that graphic intensive games and a flagship processor watch would just add in to heating. All that heat just in a year killed the battery which was not available for replacement and thus my flagship phone is lying as a paperweight in a corner
Namelesss, 08 Oct 2021Please, not this. I'd rather OIS on the main camera than 120W charging.Same! OIS is one of the best thing to come to mobile photography. Stil a shame that it's mostly reserved to the flagships. Probably because they can't market it like a high, megapixel camera, or a really really fast charger.
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2021For those that think it'll kill the battery sooner, Xiaomi seems to have taken that into ... moreNot everyone buys a $200 phone to bash and burn and then toss it into the bin after 2 years. Some people buy premium phones that are towards longevity and safety so to them, an ultra-fast charging or super cheap price does not appeal. iPhones, for example, will most likely sell very well even with 27 watt charging speed. A big battery can easily compensate for slower charging or at least long battery life irrespective of battery capacity