Xiaomi updates the Mi 11 Ultra and finally eliminates its main problem

Surely all of you who have been able to try a Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will agree that the giant’s huge smartphone has a Chinese has a huge problem, and we are not referring precisely to the gigantic hump where its excellent cameras and a secondary screen are housed that even it can be useful in certain situations.

The size and weight of the terminal is major problem. Still, it is one that those who buy one of the heaviest weights on the market should already have, and also probably the best mobile of the year in photography and multimedia, so this time We come to talk about the high temperatures that the device acquires in such common uses as gaming or multitasking.

Xiaomi updates the Mi 11 Ultra and finally eliminates its main problemjpgAnd yes, my friends, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is an extreme smartphone in every way; with its high-performance Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset set to the limit, it has a fairly pronounced tendency to overheat even to sometimes unpleasant temperatures in hand.

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is an extremely powerful smartphone that also overheats easily, something that Xiaomi has somewhat fixed in the recently released MIUI version

In any case, as the colleagues from GizChina told us a few hours ago, the problem was located by Xiaomi, and the solution is in progress, with a software patch that is included in the update just released with the MIUI build, which significantly reduces the temperature of the terminal.

It is something that in summer we will greatly appreciate, no doubt. However, we would also like to know more about how Xiaomi has managed to stop these overheating episodes since the giant led by Lei Jun has been quite sparing in explanations of the changelog of the new upgrade.

We know that the improvements implemented will reduce the temperature of the Mi 11 Ultra by up to 5 degrees in demanding operating conditions. However, unfortunately, we cannot affirm or deny that they have done so by underclocking the CPU or GPU of the device, something that would be logical, but surely some will not like it.

In any case, if you have a brand new Mi 11 Ultra, rejoice in part because you will no longer have to put it on ice if you want to play Fortnite on the beach on a day with high temperatures. And we say “partly” because the update has begun to be distributed in China, while in the rest of the markets, we will still have to wait a little longer for it to arrive … Be patient!