Xiaomi Mi 11 got to the DxOMark specialists, where it passed the power subsystem tests. And the device showed itself very badly.
Xiaomi Mi 11 earned only 49 points and this is the worst result of the corresponding source rating. Moreover, being in second place, Redmi 9 earned five points more at once.
It was the autonomy that failed. Here the smartphone received only 34 points, and even 84 points for fast charging could not compensate for this.
Recall that the smartphone has a 4600 mAh battery, which, although slightly less than the established standard of 5000 mAh, is still quite good. However, the not the most energy efficient SoC Snapdragon 888 and the very large 120Hz high-resolution screen did the trick. However, the Oppo Find X3 Pro, with almost identical parameters, still performed much better, earning 66 points overall and 48 points for autonomy.
As a result, Xiaomi Mi 11 showed an operating time of 1 day and 12 hours, while fully charging in just 56 minutes.