A few days ago, the Chinese giant officially introduced the world's flagship smartphone Xiaomi Mi 11 also in the global market. Its specifications look really good and we, as a true Xiaomi fan, already have a smartphone in our hands and we test it in detail.
In our close review, you will read how the phone behaves in everyday use. But if you are also interested in the durability and premium design itself, YouTuber JerryRigEverything the smartphone underwent a ruthless test.
The smartphone was doing great
In the video you can see a short, but very detailed test, which in practice shows us the consistency and precision of the manufacturer in the form of Xiaomi Mi 11. A large share in the successful test also played a new protective Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.
As is customary with this YouTuber, the durability of the display or the protective glass on it was tested first. Scratches on the display only appeared at the sixth and seventh degrees of hardness, which is in fact a respectable result.
This was followed by a test of the durability of the overall design of the smartphone. In this section, YouTuber praises the use of quality materials that have bravely protected your smartphone. In this case, the frame is metal, the front side has a Gorilla Glass Victus glass and at the back we find a Gorilla Glass 5 glass.
After significant scratches on the display in the area of the optical fingerprint reader, the reader itself did not stop working. Although its accuracy was significantly lower, high-quality materials again showed their dominance.
According to the tester, the Mi 11 is a successful smartphone
As a result rated JerryRigEverything smartphone Xiaomi Mi 11 very well. The devices withstood the tough test very bravely and even strong bending did not place the smartphone on the blades. Finally, YouTuber praises Xiaomi for a successful phone.
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