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SHOW MY STYLE? Here it is: Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G 

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Xiaomi released 3 new phones on April 3. 2021, the Mi 11 Lite 5G is one of those. According to Xiaomi's official statement: This phone can show your personality, let's take a look!

 

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The Mi 11 Lite is the cheapest, thinnest, and worst SoC performance mobile phone in the Mi 11 series. This device is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 780G (Up to 2.4Ghz CPU clock). It has 3 colors: Truffle Black, Citrus Yellow and Mint Green. For storage and RAM, Mi 11 Lite 5G give us 2 options: 6GB RAM+128GB ROM or 8GB RAM+128GB ROM (Both are LPDDR4X RAM+UFS 2.2 storage.)

On the screen side, Mi 11 Lite 5G uses 6.55” FHD+AMOLED Dot Display and up to 800 nits brightness. The resolution is not that bad! It has a 2400x1080, 402 ppi screen with 10-bit color depth, 

5000000:1 contrast ratio, HDR10+, refresh rate 60/90Hz and 240Hz touch sampling rate. For battery, Mi 11 Lite 5G has 4250mAh!!! That's a lot of battery capacity, isn't it? And it has 33 watts fast charging.

Finally: IT'S CAMERA TIME! This device has 64mp main cam,(up to 4K@30FPS shotting) 8mp ultra wide cam, 5mp telemacro cam and 20mp front cam. And it just from $350.69.

 

My thoughts

This phone is very good for youngers about 20-ish years old. The color is beautiful, the screen and camera not bad, and SoC... Well, it's kinda "good" ? It just fine for youngers and "I DON'T WANNA BUT 11, 11 PRO OR EVEN 11 ULTRA!!!" pepole.

 

Sources

https://www.mi.com/global/product/mi-11-lite-5g/specs

https://www.mi.com/global/product/mi-11-lite-5g/overview

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Kudos to xiaomi for bringing Amoled to budget phones with high refresh rate!

That phone should be a Redmi phone, not Mi.

 

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Can someone explain this to me?

image.thumb.png.5305e5f67505135b834beaa00a8ad3a6.png

 

What does this even mean? Is the processor the Snapdragon 780G or the 670 ??

 

I just don't understand mobile chipset. I thought Intel's naming scheme was bad, but mobile takes the cake with their platforms and CPUs being separate but share the same fucking numbers, yet they call the damn thing a "processor" instead of SoC or anything else.

 

Like trying to find info on that 670 on google and all the results are for this mobile platform from 2016:

https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon-670-mobile-platform
which is the same one found in the Pixel 3.

 

Which is apparently completely different from the 670 found in this "mobile platform" :

https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon-780g-5g-mobile-platform

"Qualcomm® Kryo™ 670 CPU enables 40% higher performance and incredible power efficiency"
40% higher compared to what? 

What is this confusing mess.

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21 minutes ago, TetraSky said:

Can someone explain this to me?

Kryo version is the CPU core microarchitecture+configuration (like Intel lakes, AMD Zen whatever, etc). 40% faster than Kryo 570, which was used in Snapdragon 750G.
Snapdragon is the SoC (CPU + "southbridge"/"chipset" + memory controller + digital signal processor + tensor cores for AI + hardware media decoders/encoders)

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1 hour ago, TetraSky said:

Is the processor the Snapdragon 780G or the 670 ??

780 is the SOC name, Kryo 670 is the cpu name. In a big-little config they put multiple version of CPU.

SOC is the whole complex of processors not just the CPU, like an APU which also has gpu but in mobile it has all of the things in one complex.

Cellular processor, soundcards, GPS and image processor, just to name a few.

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Very nice, only 6.8mm thick yet has a 4,250mAh battery

Base model 128/6GB with expandable storage

Wish the selfie cam was centered tho

It wont top the charts in value if the price is anything to go by

 

The non-5G model starts with 64/6GB and SD732 chipset

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On 4/3/2021 at 11:12 PM, TetraSky said:

Can someone explain this to me?

image.thumb.png.5305e5f67505135b834beaa00a8ad3a6.png

 

What does this even mean? Is the processor the Snapdragon 780G or the 670 ??

 

I just don't understand mobile chipset. I thought Intel's naming scheme was bad, but mobile takes the cake with their platforms and CPUs being separate but share the same fucking numbers, yet they call the damn thing a "processor" instead of SoC or anything else.

 

Like trying to find info on that 670 on google and all the results are for this mobile platform from 2016:

https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon-670-mobile-platform
which is the same one found in the Pixel 3.

 

Which is apparently completely different from the 670 found in this "mobile platform" :

https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon-780g-5g-mobile-platform

"Qualcomm® Kryo™ 670 CPU enables 40% higher performance and incredible power efficiency"
40% higher compared to what? 

What is this confusing mess.

It's 780G

 

So this processor names "780G" and this processor's CPU calls 670

 

So https://www.qualcomm.com/products/snapdragon-670-mobile-platform <--- this link is another processor with Kryo 360, so it's not the same of Kryo 670 

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6 hours ago, TetraSky said:

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"Kryo" refers to the CPU core used in the SoC. Think of it like how AMD calls the cores in Ryzen "Zen" or how Intel calls the cores in Rocket Lake "Cypress Cove". 

 

"Kryo 670" refers to the fact that this generation of Kryo core is named "670". It is unrelated to the Snapdragon 670 as "Snapdragon" is Qualcomm's brand for the entire SoC, which includes the Kryo CPU cores, Adreno GPU, ISP and accompanying modems and such. 

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18 hours ago, TetraSky said:

What does this even mean? Is the processor the Snapdragon 780G or the 670 ??

As everyone else have said:

Snapdragon = The name of the brand for the SoC (GPU, CPU, and some other parts, combined on a single chip).

Kryo = Qualcomm's name for their CPU cores.

 

What makes things a bit more confusing is that Qualcomm no longer makes their own CPU cores, but they still brand them as their own. The 780G has four Kryo 670 gold and four Kryo 670 silver cores.

What Qualcomm calls 670 Prime or Gold are actually rebranded Cortex A78 cores.

What Qualcomm calls Kryo 670 Silver are actually rebranded Cortex A55 cores.

 

So the 780G has four A78 cores and four A55 cores.

 

 

To add to the confusion, Qualcomm also have different names for the same cores.

Kryo 360 Silver = Cortex A55

Kryo 385 Silver = Cortex A55

Kryo 485 Silver = Cortex A55

Kryo 670 Silver = Cortex A55

Kryo 475 Silver = Cortex A55

Kryo 680 Silver = Cortex A55

 

I could go on but I think you get the point.

If you wanna know which CPU core you're getting, you're gonna need to look it up and then reference it on some website like Wikipedia. Qualcomm aren't so keen on disclosing which ARM design they are marketing as their own.

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2 minutes ago, LAwLz said:

I could go on but I think you get the point.

I don't. Keep going.

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On 4/4/2021 at 6:18 PM, LAwLz said:

What makes things a bit more confusing is that Qualcomm no longer makes their own CPU cores, but they still brand them as their own. The 780G has four Kryo 670 gold and four Kryo 670 silver cores.

What Qualcomm calls 670 Prime or Gold are actually rebranded Cortex A78 cores.

What Qualcomm calls Kryo 670 Silver are actually rebranded Cortex A55 cores.

I thought the only time they ever used a Cortex CPU was with the 810 and 808, where the latter flopped hard because they rushed it?

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5 hours ago, YamiYukiSenpai said:

I thought the only time they ever used a Cortex CPU was with the 810 and 808, where the latter flopped hard because they rushed it?

Ever since the Snapdragon 835, Qualcomm has used "semi custom" ARM cores.

ARM allows companies to take their reference core designs and tweak them if they want. It can be things like changing the cache configuration. 

 

How many changes Qualcomm has made have have varied from generation to generation but it's usually very little. 

 

The last SoC from Qualcomm to use a fully custom core was the Snapdragon 821.

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On 4/4/2021 at 3:12 PM, TetraSky said:

What does this even mean? Is the processor the Snapdragon 780G or the 670 ??

Welcome to the world of ARM and pick 'n' choose SoC design

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On 4/5/2021 at 10:18 AM, LAwLz said:

If you wanna know which CPU core you're getting, you're gonna need to look it up and then reference it on some website like Wikipedia.

I tend to go to wikichip for information like this, both have it but wikichip as the technical detail and logical layout designs etc.

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Phone looks interesting for being so slim.

 

Although I wouldn't recommend it to people who care about the SoC used, but at the same time unable to conceptualize the fact that the name of the CPU in a chipset, is not the same as the name of the chipset.

 

Unless you would rather discuss a Qualcomm component and not the Xiaomi end user product headlined in the thread.

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