The mobile division of the Chinese company Xiaomi has published the results of tests of its new flagship Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro for overheating and performance during games.

Xiaomi showed how Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro copes with games and rivals on Snapdragon 888

Genshin Impact, an action-adventure with RPG elements and an open world developed by the Chinese company miHoYo Limited, was launched on Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro. For comparison, the same game was launched nearby on an unnamed “Snapdragon 888-based gaming smartphone”. Note that Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is also based on Snapdragon 888.

After half an hour of playing at 60 fps in a room with a room temperature of 20 ° C, the competitor Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro turned out to be hotter than the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro itself – 51.4 ° C versus 49.3 ° C on the front panel and 52. 7 ° C versus 48.9 ° C on the back. Also, the hottest part of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro turned out to be noticeably smaller, while almost the entire middle part of the case turned out to be hot on the mysterious gaming smartphone. The average frame rate was the same – 58 fps.

Xiaomi showed how Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro copes with games and rivals on Snapdragon 888

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra went on sale in China a couple of days ago, with over $ 180 million worth of smartphones sold in just one minute. Xiaomi also noted that sales of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro would resume on April 5.

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