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xtremesystems

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Redmi K20 Pro
Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G
Do I understand well, I have better screen?
 

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sirgoldi

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Redmi Note 8 Pro
Xiaomi Poco F3
Does anybody know which display has the new 11 Lite 5G NE? Just curious.

Again bloody Delta. Not sure about supplier buy probably again Tianma. No confirmed Huaxing/Pentile in NE at this point.

This is where they cut costs in this phone. Display. Huaxing is better but also power hungry and is affected by HDR problems while Tianma not. In general those are average displays at most.
 

medmed58

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Again bloody Delta. Not sure about supplier buy probably again Tianma. No confirmed Huaxing/Pentile in NE at this point.

This is where they cut costs in this phone. Display. Huaxing is better but also power hungry and is affected by HDR problems while Tianma not. In general those are average displays at most.
I apparently have a Huaxing/Pentile slab and I don't find the consumption excessive.

Before I had the Mi 9 lite, and I immediately saw a difference in screen quality. It's hard to describe the difference, it's subtle, but very visible for someone who is used to an Amoled screen.
For me it's as if the Mi 11 lite 5G had a little lack of contrast and sharpness.
 

sirgoldi

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Redmi Note 8 Pro
Xiaomi Poco F3
I apparently have a Huaxing/Pentile slab and I don't find the consumption excessive.

Before I had the Mi 9 lite, and I immediately saw a difference in screen quality. It's hard to describe the difference, it's subtle, but very visible for someone who is used to an Amoled screen.
For me it's as if the Mi 11 lite 5G had a little lack of contrast and sharpness.

According to Battery and performance tab Mi 11 Lite 5G display consumes 2.5x more energy compared to Redmi Note 8 Pro (LCD). This heavily affects overall battery life... In general this display clearly loses with RN8 Pro but pure blacks are nice feature for sure.
 

sirgoldi

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Redmi Note 8 Pro
Xiaomi Poco F3
According to Battery and performance tab Mi 11 Lite 5G display consumes 2.5x more energy compared to Redmi Note 8 Pro (LCD). This heavily affects overall battery life... In general this display clearly loses with RN8 Pro but pure blacks are nice feature for sure.
Yes-factory reset and different Miui versions.Fingerprint option just dissapeared.Locked bootloader and returned to seller...They said it's broken.

You mean disappeared in options? Seems like software issue to me.
 
Yes.They havent't had fingerprint sensor and they told me I need to wait for repair or refund.So I got my money back and bought another phone.This time no Xiaomi.This was 3rd Xiaomi phone I've used and I'm really dissapointed.Redmi Note 5 pro and A2 were solid phones,but they were cheap...Different display quality on same model,bad fingerprint sensor,many models have problems with proximity sensor,buggy Miui updates....I don't think Xiaomi can make quality phone with good software.
 

sirgoldi

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Jan 1, 2017
159
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Redmi Note 8 Pro
Xiaomi Poco F3
Yes.They havent't had fingerprint sensor and they told me I need to wait for repair or refund.So I got my money back and bought another phone.This time no Xiaomi.This was 3rd Xiaomi phone I've used and I'm really dissapointed.Redmi Note 5 pro and A2 were solid phones,but they were cheap...Different display quality on same model,bad fingerprint sensor,many models have problems with proximity sensor,buggy Miui updates....I don't think Xiaomi can make quality phone with good software.

Mi 11 Lite 5G is unique in terms of weight. If somebody doesn't mind heavier phone, there are better alternatives for the price definitely.
 
Hi,

I have the following info from the dump of a new Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE.

DisplayDxe: SetupPlatformPanelConfig of MDPPLATFORM_PANEL_K9D_CSOT_VTDR6130_FHD_PLUS_DSC_CMD
DisplayDxe: K9D 36 02 0a amoled dsc cmd

Looks like a delta panel buy maybe from a new manufacturer than tianma. Is my understanding correct. Thanks.

Cheers,
Mdy
 

salamipapiii

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Again bloody Delta. Not sure about supplier buy probably again Tianma. No confirmed Huaxing/Pentile in NE at this point.

This is where they cut costs in this phone. Display. Huaxing is better but also power hungry and is affected by HDR problems while Tianma not. In general those are average displays at most.
are all the ne versions rgb delta? or are they the same lottery luck with the old 5g model with some being pentile and other rgb delta???
 

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    Would be great to see comparison side by side old Tianma - new Tianma - Huaxing. My gf has old Tianma and she doesn't care but she's a bit blind (and lost her prescribed glasses in train in the first week of use, LOL).
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    Here's a comparison I found with pictures here is its of any help.

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    So we're looking at ~267ppi (Tianma - Delta) vs 318ppi (Huaxing - Diamond) for this phone.
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    I think the NE has a newer version of the Tianma display.

    I had both the Mi 11 Lite 5G and the Mi 11 Lite 5G NE at home and were able to compare them. The NE (K9D 36 02 0a) had the better display although it was both a Tianma display. Maybe they changed something after all

    Mi 11 Lite 5G NE = K9D 36 02 0a
    Mi 11 Lite 5G = K9 36 02 0a (I think it was this number unfortunately no longer have the screenshot)
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    MDPPLATFORM_PANEL_K9D_CSOT_VTDR6130_FHD_PLUS_DSC_CMD

    which disply is this?
    Looks like the Tianma revision. Is it an NE version?
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    Up to you. If it isn't shipped or is easy to return, you can take a a chance (for non NE version). Else you could cancel and look into alternatives like a Samsung A52S 5G or something.. which is guaranteed a quality in-house Samsung panel which doesn't involve lottery.

    I'm deliberating but I think I will end up keeping my Black NE since I'm not confident in Amazon France's customer service, the couriers involved and risk of international shipping and costs (and returns). Live and learn I guess. Though if you got it for a good price - I paid £250 for mine, then I would say its worth it.
    first I ordered because it was like black Friday deal and it's cost me 260eur and comes with mi band 6... but I am concerned about display this will be Europe version also does camera sucks like someone says? thanks man you will help me a lot ☺️
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    I bought a mi 11 lite 5G a few days ago, and it's a great phone. On the other hand, I thought the screen was not great, I felt like everything was blurry compared to my old Samsung A5 2016 (also having a 1080p amoled).

    After asking around on Reddit, it looks like Xiaomi is using two different screen suppliers, with two different technologies.
    The video below explains it perfectly well.

    So it is possible to come across a "PenTile" (or diamond) screen, a classic for AMOLED, or else a "RGB Delta" screen.

    The problem with the "RGB Delta" is that it is not as sharp as a "PenTile" because of its pixel layout. We can clearly see a drop in terms of definition and display sharpness. It is especially visible on the text (see photo below, Rgb Delta on the right)

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    I'm really disappointed with Xiaomi, either you get a good screen or a not so good one... I tried to contact the support to have more information, but without more.
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    Ok,I can't take better pictures with Iphone 8.Tianma display is 30% brighter and colour calibration is different and more yellowish(in the reality they are not yellow as on those black and white theme dialer pictures but they are still slightly different).Both displays are crisp and clear and I'm sorry I don't have a better camera to take a picture of it.Here are the pics...
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    GOT HUAXING! YES!

    FOURTH phone. Green Mint from Xiaomi UK. Difference is DAY AND NIGHT.

    I consider this display clearer than Redmi Note 8 Pro while Tianma is clearly the worst performer. What an absolute joke. I wasn't convinced that difference is there but after displays side by side showed by one user I knew I couldn't go wrong with this last gamble.
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    Hi. I got Mi 11 Lite 5G from Vodafone in UK. Black colour. Display is absolute disaster. Clarity is like in cheap phone 7 years ago. Additionally this display uses 3.8 TIMES more mAh in auto brightness then IPS in my Redmi Note 8 Pro causing much faster battery drain. It was in 90 Hz but now I'm testing in 60 Hz and it will be approximately around double what RM8 Pro needs for display.

    This is absolute joke Xiaomi. They sent reviewers good phones and scamming customers with cheap junk displays.

    For that reason I can't see any other choice than return this phone. I was so excited because of lightweightness and there we go... I feel Xiaomi scammed me. This is nowhere premium or midrange display. This is cheapest of the cheapest AMOLED. RN8 Pro IPS feels like Lamborghini compared to that junk. Mi Lite 5G screen is so unclear it causes huge discomfort for my eyes.

    Thanks for this thread.
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    Just received my phone, ran the ADB command and found it's DisplayDxe: K9 42 02 0b amoled dsc cmd!! (Huaxing) :)
    Purchased it (the black color) on eBay from this USA seller page: https://www.ebay.com/itm/194143992052

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