Xiaomi Mi 11

Xiaomi Mi 11 Has Noisy Phenomenon Caused by Pressing Battery Cover

Xiaomi released its latest flagship model, the Mi 11 last year. It comes with the first Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip. And though this is the first flagship phone with the most powerful performance, no one is so naïve to think there wouldn’t be a single bug.

The Xiaomi community has summarized the bug collection of the Xiaomi Mi 11. But it seems this list is not complete. This week’s new issues include a “noisy phenomenon caused by pressing the battery cover of the Xiaomi Mi 11 when playing music”.

Xiaomi explained that the Xiaomi Mi 11 is different from ordinary smartphones. The phone has been customized to optimize the internal structure of the phone and has a special rear cavity that can make the entire internal space in the back cover as the back cavity of the stereo dual speakers. This design can make the low frequency performance of Mi 11 fuller.

However, the deformation caused by squeezing will affect the entire rear cavity space. So noise will occur when pressing. For the same reason, quickly releasing the battery cover after pressing it will also cause changes in the internal space and noise.

Xiaomi claims that the noise phenomenon in such special scenes will generally disappear after 5-10 seconds. It is recommended that users avoid squeezing vigorously in daily use to prevent excessive force from causing damage or affecting the sound experience of the phone.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Features

The Mi 11 smartphone is 8.06mm thick and weighs 196g. It uses a 6.81-inch 2K quad curved AMOLED screen that supports 120Hz refresh rate and 480Hz touch sampling rate. The excitation brightness can reach 900nit, the peak brightness can reach 1500nit, and it also supports primary color screen and 10bit color depth.

In addition, the Xiaomi Mi 11 comes with a 100-megapixel main camera, a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and a 5-megapixel telephoto macro lens. The front lens has a 20MP resolution and supports large wide-angle panoramic group photo mode.

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