The Mi 11 Lite offers an extremely versatile handset at an extremely affordable price, but it lacks some key features found on other leading handsets. However, the device is a high-end device with attractive looks and an easy to use interface. In this article, I will discuss the main issues with the device and how we can fix them.
One of the biggest problems the Mi 11 lite has its pictures are far less crisp than that of the iPhone 5s and HTC Evo Shift. For example, when I zoomed mi 11 lite in on one of my favorite pictures on the lock screen, the image looked grainy and over-sized. It was difficult to see any detail in focus. I imagine this is a common problem for users of the older handset, since it uses a lower pixel density than the new devices. The front-facing image camera on the Mi 11 lite also has a low resolution of 16 MP, so that is four MP less than the iPhone 5s.
While it has the same type of AMOLED display as the iPhone, there are noticeable differences between the two. The fingerprint scanner on the iPhone works extremely quickly and produces accurate results. With the Mi 11 lite, the results were not nearly as accurate. There is also no such thing as a standby mode in this device, instead all calls are received or placed via the touch screen. That said, the phone does come in handy in other situations, such as catching up with family and friends, so it is definitely a good deal if you need the ability to make and receive calls while on the go.
In order to accurately judge the performance of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, it is imperative that we take a look at the software on the device. Unlike many other tablet PCs, the manufacturer’s custom-made Android operating system is not present on the Samsung Galaxy 11 lite. Instead, it is preinstalled on the device, which is understandable since it is not an official Android release. The sad thing is, this operating system is already being preloaded on many other handsets, so this decision clearly showcases how little the manufacturer actually cares for their own flagship. Many consumers would be glad to have access to a smooth and intuitive user interface if it was available on this device.
Speaking of features, the two smartphones have very similar ones. They both include plenty of built-in applications and games, as well as access to the Internet and MMS. The only differentiating factor between the two is the physical size of the devices. The iPhone has a bigger display (5.5 inches vs. 4.7 inches), which clearly makes it feel much bigger than its counterpart. The Miui 12 lite also has slightly bigger internal storage (4GB instead of the iPhone’s 2GB), but considering that it is practically the same size as the iPhone, this difference hardly makes much of a difference.