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The Xiaomi Mi 11 survives JerryRigEverything's wrath

The Xiaomi Mi 11 survives JerryRigEverything's wrath

Zack Nelson of JerryRigEverything is renowned for his gadget durability tests and teardowns, so it's not surprising to hear that he has a track record of trying to bust up Xiaomi phones. Said record brings up the obvious trends: cheaper phones aren't as durable as those towards the mid- to high-end. So, how will the Mi 11 fare? Not too bad, for the sake of brevity.

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Xiaomi will let you uninstall system apps in MIUI 12.5 — here's when it will come to your phone

Xiaomi will let you uninstall system apps in MIUI 12.5 — here's when it will come to your phone

As part of the Mi 11 international launch event, Xiaomi has also announced the forthcoming MIUI 12.5 rollout. The new version might only be a point release, but it adds some thoughtful touches to the Xiaomi ROM, such as CPU usage improvements and uninstallable system apps. It's rolling out to the Mi 11 and a few other new phones first.

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The Xiaomi Mi 11 launches in international markets

The Xiaomi Mi 11 launches in international markets

Historically, Xiaomi has been a consistent contender to launch the first phones with next-generation Qualcomm silicon. It took the lead again by announcing its Mi 11 series of phones complete with the Snapdragon 888 in China last year. With that new engine comes a cavalry of other upgrades, and now, the phone is also available in international markets.

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The Xiaomi Mi 11 won't ship with a charger in the box

The Xiaomi Mi 11 won't ship with a charger in the box

In a new post on Chinese social media network Weibo, Xiaomi's CEO Lei Jun unveiled the brand's new device's packaging, mentioning it's particularly light and thin. Even though it may seem particularly odd for a CEO to post about a new phone's box rather than the device itself, there's actually an underlying explanation for that: The main reason why the packaging is thin and light is because it's been stripped out of the customary charger that usually comes with the handset.

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