Mi 11 Ultra or OnePlus 9 Pro, which one is more powerful?

Hey, guys! This year I reckon is a booming year of the smart phones, ’cause we have already witnessed a lot of awesome phones’ debuts. Among those, as far as I am concerned, Xiaomi 11 Ultra and OnePlus 9 Pro are the most powerful phones til now.

Whereas, between Xiaomi 11 Ultra and OnePlus 9 Pro, which one is the most awesome phone?

That would be a very interesting discussion. I believe both phones’ fans have their own opinions.

First, let us see something about Mi 11 Ultra:

The smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 Octa-core processor. The smartphone comes with a 6.81 inches and 1440 x 3200 pixels resolution.

The rear camera consists of triple-camera: 50 MP (wide) + 48 MP (periscope telephoto) + 48 MP (ultrawide) while on the front there is a 20 MP (wide). The sensors integrated into the device are Fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, and barometer.

The smartphone is fueled by a Non-removable Li-Po 5000 mAh battery + Fast charging 67W + Fast wireless charging 50W + Reverse wireless charging 10W + Quick Charge 5, Quick Charge 4+ Power Delivery 3.0.

The phone runs on the Android 11 + MIUI 12.5 operating system. Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra comes in two colors: White and Black. It features a USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go, GPS with dual-band A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO, QZSS.


Then, here comes the detail about OnePlus 9 Pro:

OnePlus’ marketing has long centered around raw performance, and that has often translated to real-world usage too. With Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 888, the OnePlus 9 Pro has more than enough muscle to handle anything you can throw at it — and ample headroom to keep going for several more years. The new processor works in tandem with spacious RAM and storage options for a premium level of performance competitive with the best Android flagships.

That doesn’t mean the 9 Pro comes without any problems, though; the Snapdragon 888 tends to run hot when under heavy load, as evident from several user reports (including some of us at AP). However, in our case, both Ryne and I didn’t come across such severe heating outside the first-time phone setup (with the exception of fast charging). OnePlus has confirmed to us that it plans to fix this issue in the coming weeks with a software update.


Thus, friends, which one would you think is more powerful? Tell me your answer!