Xiaomi mi 11 ultra it is technically the last top of the range of the Chinese company to have also debuted in Italy. Its battery and autonomy have been evaluated by the benchmark experts DxOMark, after they always have them evaluated the audio sector some weeks ago. The flagship has played a lot on the design, thanks to its truly mammoth rear photographic compartment. Attached to it, we also find one secondary screen which can help users in taking normal photos and selfies. But this screen will help the battery? No, and it's not just her fault. Let's see the details.
DxOMark evaluates the battery and autonomy of Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra: experts are pleasantly surprised by the autonomy ... but watch out!
Arrived on the market in March 2021, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra fits into the ultra-premium segment of DxOMark, which we remember includes smartphones from € 800 to go up. This money is undoubtedly well spent if you are looking for a tamarro smartphone and all muscle, but there are still some in which could be filled with software-side corrections. Recall that the device is equipped with a 5000 mAh and 67W wired and wireless charging. But having said that, let's see the analysis.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra showed far better results than its rivals in all autonomy tests, offering more than 2 days of use with moderate use. In fact, in this part of the ranking it ranked second on the podium among ultra-premium devices. However, apart from during gaming sessions where it lasted much longer than its rivals, Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra had performance poco bright, even though it still beat the Oppo Find X3 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G (Exynos).
As for charging Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra it needs only 44 minutes to fully fill your battery from 5000 mAh, which is significantly faster than the Samsung, and only 7 minutes behind the Oppo. However, the Mi 11 Ultra is the fastest for wireless charging, which only takes an hour to get fully charged: better performance than Oppo Find X3 Pro at 1 hour and 43 minutes or the Samsung S21 Ultra (Exynos) at 2 hours and 32 minutes.
A final point against the Mi 11 Ultra is the battery indicator. It seems to be a common problem for many Xiaomi but the indicator does not want to know how to show the right percentage.