Oscar Andrix, 29 Dec 2020Agree with you. Those who whining about the tele cam seems like they don't know about the... moreFor zoom purposes, most of these phones use the main sensor at night anyways
Only a few of them use the dedicated telephoto or periscope at night which might or might not give better images under 3x magnification.
AnonD-923722, 29 Dec 2020Very underwhelming ultrawide camera. The sensor for the ultrawide should at least be an 1/2 in... moreAgree with you. Those who whining about the tele cam seems like they don't know about the 108mp's capabilities - it's more than enough for most of us. The better zoom camera is probably saved for the pro/ultra model I guess. Maybe we should wait for the ultrawide camera in the reviews to judge
Android--Master, 29 Dec 2020This isn't the pro model. The pro model will have periscope camera. Whaaa.....??? I thought Xiaomi only released the vanilla model and left the pro/ultra model for Q3 this year.
Very underwhelming ultrawide camera. The sensor for the ultrawide should at least be an 1/2 inch size. 1/3 is too small. 108 MP means i am fine with no telephoto lens. Since 108 MP plus software super resolution means 3x loseless zoom ( i have tried it, it is toe to toe with P40 Pro+ 3x optical, better in lowlight bcuz of larger sensor).
Mi 11's downsides : (won't stop me from buying it though)
1. No excellent ultrawide camera
2. Selfie camera is average(1080p, beauty)
3. Battery not larger than 5000mah
I am fine with :
1. No IP rating(it has rubbers anyway, and not all companies give warranty to waterproofed phones)
2. no tele cams (who zooms in more than 10x? 5x zoom is great on my Mi 10T Pro from that 108 MP sensor, it is better than an 5x optical zoom in indoors and lowlight),
"It seems that the Snapdragon 888 generates a very large amount of heat." I was surprised to read that, and yes I know all phones have and use heat dissipation methods, even so, I did not think the 888 would run hot.