After seeing the photographic evaluation, DxOMark has also published its assessment on the autonomy of Xiaomi 11t pro. The Xiaomi 11T series has been promoted by focusing on multimedia quality, but among the main strengths of 11T Pro there is precisely the battery compartment. Not only does it contain a large 5.000 mAh, but also offers fast charging support a 120W, the most publicly powerful around. But how are these data converted in practice?
Upgrade 24 / 11: the standard Xiaomi 11 is also added to the Pro model in the evaluation of autonomy by DxOMark. You can find it at the end of the article.
DxOMark tells us its own about the autonomy offered by Xiaomi 11T Pro
Generally speaking, the autonomy of Xiaomi 11T Pro is good but without impressing: in the DxOMark tests it goes up to 81 hours with light use (average of 2,5 hours a day), 57 hours with moderate use (4 hours a day) and 35 hours with intensive use (7 hours a day). When compared with competitors such as OPPO Reno 6 Pro 5G, OnePlus 9 and iPhone 13, it behaves in a balanced way, giving its best when using social apps.
For the rest it does not excel in any category, as long as we do not move on to the topic of recharging. Here the Xiaomi 11T Pro has a considerable advantage, thanks to the support for the 120W charger that allows it to pass from 0% to 100% in 30 minutes. It must be said that OPPO Reno 6 Pro and OnePlus 9 have a 65W recharge, almost half of Xiaomi but still take only a few more minutes (36 OPPO, 39 OnePlus).
And Xiaomi 11T? | Update 24/11
After talking about the Pro model, DxOMark talks to us about the battery and charging capacities also for the base model Xiaomi 11t. An interesting comparison, because we are talking about two smartphones equal in size and display and therefore with the same 5.000 mAh. Nonetheless, there is a difference not of poco account: the basic model has the MediaTek Dimensity 1200, while the Pro one Snapdragon 888. But how is this difference substantiated in practice?
When it comes to autonomy, Xiaomi 11T manages to do better: up to 85 hours with light use, 59 hours with moderate use and 37 hours with intensive use. Going into detail, the DxOMark tests show how the base model consumes less in scenarios such as phone calls, audio / video streaming and gaming.
Obviously the advantage of Xiaomi 11T Pro lies in charging at 120W compared to that from 67W of the basic model. However, despite the numbers might suggest a marked difference, here are the respective timelines:
- Xiaomi 11t
- 0% -> 80%: 30 minutes
- 0% -> 100%: 47 minutes
- Xiaomi 11t pro
- 0% -> 80%: 18 minutes
- 0% -> 100%: 31 minutes
Here is how the ranking of the best smartphones for autonomy according to DxOMark is updated:
- 96 - OPPO Reno 6 5G
- 89 - Xiaomi 11t, Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max, OnePlus Nord CE, vivo Y72 5G
- 88 - Samsung Galaxy M51
- 87 - Redmi Note 10
- 86 - OPPO A74, Wiko Power U30
- 85 - OPPO Reno 6 Pro 5G
- 84 - Redmi Note 10 Pro
- 82 - OPPO A94 5G
- 81 - Xiaomi 11t pro, OPPO Find X3 Neo
- 78 - Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max, OPPO A74 5G, Redmi Note 10 5G