Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Ultra

Xiaomi redmi note 11 ultra feature set and design are reminiscent of luxury phones, but it takes it to the next level with one extra feature that appears almost sarcastic. The rear camera bump is this ‘extra,’ a material memo from Xiaomi .it not only houses three powerful cameras with massive lenses, but it also has a 1.1-inch secondary display. It performs very well ,with faster performance, better cameras, longer battery life, 5G, and other features.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Ultra

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is extremely expensive, though Xiaomi does not sell its phones in the United States). If you do your price conversions quickly, you’ll notice that the handset costs significantly more in the UK than in Australia, so it’s a better deal in the latter.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Ultra

Design

This phone is a colossus. The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is a big phone even if it didn’t have that massive rear bump; with it, it’s a blunt weapon.

The phone measures 164.3 x 74.6 x 8.4mm – the camera bump isn’t included, but we’d guess it adds another 10mm to the thickness. It weighs 234g, so the only heavier handsets are in the realm of massive gaming consoles.

Display

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has the same display as the standard Mi 11 – it’s a 6.81-inch smartphone-screen powerhouse with curved edges and a cut-out for the front camera in the top-left corner.

The screen has a 1440 x 3200 resolution, which is higher than the standard 1080p used by most phones, as well as a 120Hz refresh rate, HDR 10+ support, 1700 nits max brightness, and AMOLED technology.

Cameras

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Ultra

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has three rear cameras, the same as the iPhone 12 Pro Max and one less than the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra or OnePlus 9 Pro, but quantity does not always equate to quality in smartphone photography – far from it in many cases.

The cameras are 50MP f/2.0 main, 48MP f/2.2 ultra-wide, and 48MP f/4.1 periscope, with the latter reaching 5x optical zoom.

Images were sharp, especially in well-lit settings, but also to an admirable degree in low-light conditions. As you can see in the ‘Camera samples’ section below, photos taken with the main camera are difficult to fault. The periscope camera, which handles zoom shots, comes next. The photos taken with this impressed us, especially at 5x optical zoom.