Xiaomi today released an official teaser dedicated to the Mi 11 Lite 5G smartphones. The image highlights two features of the model: the slim body and the presence of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 780G SoC.
The fact is that the Snapdragon 780G is Qualcomm’s second SoC after Snapdragon 888, built using the norms of a 5-nanometer technological process.
It also uses the “1 + 3 + 4” scheme: the CPU is divided into three clusters with one high-performance core, three of the same cores, but operating at a lower frequency, and four energy-efficient cores.
The Snapdragon 780G will not have such problems as all four powerful cores are the well-known Cortex-A78. Why did Xiaomi give this SoC specifically to the Mi 11 Lite 5G?
In this case, they didn’t have to innovative on expensive cooling subsystems, like the Mi 11 Ultra, while the Mi 11 Lite 5G is presented by the manufacturer as the thinnest and lightest Xiaomi smartphone from the current line, which, moreover, will not have problems with autonomy.
The performance of the Snapdragon 780G is also complete. According to official data, the CPU is 45% faster than its predecessor (that is, the Snapdragon 768G CPU);
and the Adreno 642 GPU is 50% faster than the Adreno 620 GPU in the same Snapdragon 768G. Judging by the data available on the Web, the Snapdragon 780G risks repeating the success of the Snapdragon 750G.
Among other innovations of the Snapdragon 780G, we should note the presence of an integrated 5G modem; and, for the first time in the series, the Spectra 570 image processor; which allows you to take photos from three cameras simultaneously.
Xiaomi MI 11 Lite 5G (M2101K9C) images via TENNA Certification.— TECH BLOOGER (@TechBlooger) March 22, 2021
6.81mm thickness. pic.twitter.com/ZrJsOGbAXF
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