Telephones And GPS of Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite. Phone calls can be made clearly and the device has no problem getting a tether to the 4G network through the SIM we use. Clearer call quality can be enjoyed if VoLTE mode is activated but this is highly dependent on the telecommunications company subscribed. One feature that is not supported is phone calls using WiFi (VoWiFI) networks.
GPS performance is also extremely fast with locations being tracked in under two seconds when tested using Waze and Google Maps. It works well even when tested in the heart of Kuala Lumpur during peak times. All major satellite tracking systems such as GPS, BeiDou; and Galileo are supported making it easy to use overseas when air travel reopens.
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In the Geekbench 5 test, Mi 11 Lite recorded 563/1768 marks for single core and multi core; and in the Antutu 3D test it recorded 349,772 marks. What we found interesting was that in the Antutu test, the Snapdragon 690 scored higher; even though it was from the Snapdragon 600 series. As said in the Nord N10 review of the day period, the main core on the Snapdragon 690 (Cortex-A77) is more up-to-date than the one used on Snapdragon 732G (Cortex-A76).
This mid -range chip is still capable of delivering first -class performance at satisfactory medium settings without overheating issues. The application can be launched without any problems and the device feels fast when used. Obviously, the chip, which is already eight months old, is still suitable for use in 2021.