The handset also earned a Very Good or higher rating in almost every test performed. According to DisplayMate, the Mi 11’s panel has close to perfect calibration when running in sRGB or DCI-P3 models. It also has a perfect 100% coverage of those color gamuts in the respective modes. Auto Color tends to boost saturation and contrast to make images pop. The Saturated mode goes above and beyond reaching 139% sRGB and 111% DCI-P3 coverage. That’s really impressive.
The review also states that the Mi 11 panel is quite bright. In fact, the High Brightness mode can reach up to 996 nits at 100% Average Pixel Level. A one hundred percent means that the whole screen is showing white. This goes up to 1,221 nits at 50% APL (half screen is white). The sRGB and DCI-P3 modes top out at 505 nits. The display has excellent legibility even in bright ambient light. Thanks to the low reflectivity provided by the display.
Colors are also accurate in a perfect way. When you view the display at an angle – at 30-degrees, the white point shifted a negligible 0.5 JNCD, while the Red color channel deviated to 3.8 JNCD. It earned only a Good rating at this point, which is the only one below Very Good. At that angle, the display brightness decreased by only 29%. According to DM, a typical LCD suffers a greater than 50% loss.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 with its score, matched 13 display performance records in the DisplayMate database.
Xiaomi Mi 11 specs
The Mi 11 gets all the glory with a 6.8-inch Curved AMOLED display with 3,200 x 1,440 pixels of resolution, HDR10+, and 120Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, the phone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC paired with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of Internal Storage.
The device comes with a Triple-Camera array comprising a 108MP main camera, a 13MP ultrawide sensor, and a 5MP macro snapper. The device draws power from a generous 4,600mAh battery with 55W fast-charging.