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IF you are looking for an affordable smartphone that packs a punch, the latest Mi 11 Lite could be the one for you.

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If you are looking for an affordable smartphone that packs a punch, the latest Mi 11 Lite could be the one for you. Brought to you by Xiaomi Malaysia.

IF you are looking for an affordable smartphone that packs a punch, the latest Mi 11 Lite could be the one for you.

Experience the differenceSporting a 6.55-inch AMOLED DotDisplay with 10-bit TrueColor support, Mi 11 Lite produces an impressive 1.07 billion colours – 64 times more than its predecessor.This allows for smoother colour gradation and a more natural transition between hues, minimising banding and reducing noise and blemishes on the image, from whichever angle the display is viewed.

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Featuring the high DCI-P3 colour gamut, Mi 11 Lite’s colour performance is further optimised with high colour accuracy and retention, ultimately creating more vivid and realistic images.The Mi 11 Lite also offers dual speakers with Hi-Res Audio and Hi-Res Audio Wireless certification, offering a total audio experience.

Thanks to a refresh rate of 90Hz and a 240Hz touch sampling rate, you may now watch images flow exquisitely smooth without having to endure laggy, unresponsive screens.Flagship-level performanceStaying within Qualcomm’s 7-series, Mi 11 Lite features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G with 8nm manufacturing process technology while the LiquidCool technology ensures efficient heat dissipation for the device to stay at its peak performance even during long gaming sessions.

Bid farewell to low battery anxiety. With a 4,250mAh battery and 33W fast-charging, Mi 11 Lite offers long-lasting power for a full day or even multi-day usage.Best-in-class camera performanceContinuing the heritage of best-in-class camera performance, the Mi 11 Lite confidently carries on Xiaomi's legacy of innovation and best-in-class smartphone camera technology.

With its triple rear camera array consisting of a 64MP main camera and 1/1.97in-sensor, 8MP ultra-wide angle camera and 5MP telemacro camera, the device offers a nimble and user-friendly experience that enables anyone to capture pictures and videos professionally with minimal effort.

Both the wide-angle camera and the front camera have been optimised for low-light conditions with Night Mode, enabling users to take stunning images of sunset landscapes, nighttime cityscapes or night-out selfies with higher brightness, sharper contrast and more details.

The cameras are further boosted by a selection of new video modes and filters that allow users to easily capture pro-level, cinematic footage that would otherwise require a high level of expertise and expensive equipment to create.Head-turning design and comfortable feel

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For maximum screen size, Mi 11 Lite boasts a 1.88mm-ultra-slim bezel on the top and sides and is built with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 to better protect against damage from drops.Available in three sleek colour variants – Boba Black, Bubblegum Blue and Peach Pink – the Mi 11 Lite (8GB+128GB) is priced at RM1,199.

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