For some time now, we have been hearing various rumors about the next generation of Xiaomi flagships. The Chinese company plans to hold an online event on December 28 and unveil two new models of the Xiaomi May 11 series. Now a report on the May 11 series has filled cyberspace, including versions tested in the GeekBench benchmark.
What sets the latest report apart is its release by Xiaomi. In fact, the Chinese company has published the official results of two May 11 series models in the benchmark, which we will see below. The standard model of this series is called Xiaomi May 11, which uses the Snapdragon 888 chip like the May 11 Pro version.
The Xiaomi May 11 and May 11 Pro smartphones use the Snapdragon 888 chip, which is Qualcomm’s latest achievement. Xiaomi flagships have managed to reach 1135 points in the single-core test and 3818 points in the multi-core test. The 9000 crane chip scored 1003 points in the single-core test and 3640 points in the multi-core test. The score of the Snapdragon 865 chip in the single-core test is 934 and in the multi-core test it is 3460.
In short, the Snapdragon 888 outperforms the Crane 9000 and the Snapdragon 865, giving the smartphone a higher computing power than the two chips.
Other hardware specifications of the Xiaomi May 11 and May 11 Pro include an enhanced version of Wi-Fi 6. Using 4K QAM technology helps Xiaomi’s new flagship improve device connectivity with the router and cut off and connect in bandwidth up to 160 Hz and a maximum speed of 3.5 Gbps.
It is very difficult to reach such figures in real conditions; Especially since Wi-Fi 6 capability is part of the Snapdragon 888 chip hardware. However, Xiaomi wants to provide the best services available to users in terms of software.
The addition of hardware features will increase the price of the Xiaomi May 11 series compared to the previous generation. Rumors also point to this, and the base price of the standard Xiaomi May 11 series model is expected to start at $ 700.