Comparison of Honor 50 Pro vs Mi 11 Lite 5G – Upper Mid Range Devices

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Since mid-2019, new Huawei and Honor phones are banned from using Google services due to the trade ban imposed by then US President Donald Trump. In late 2020, Huawei sold Honor to Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology Co Ltd. Now, Honor is back with a new smartphone series – the new Honor 50 for the global market. The new smartphone series duly supports Google services. With that taken into consideration, we have decided to compare the new Honor 50 Pro against the Mi 11 Lite 5G. Despite being the Pro variant, the new Honor smartphone isn’t a flagship device. It is just an upper mid-range mobile phone. Both smartphones come with 5G Snapdragon processors and OLED displays will fight against each other in this comparison.

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Honor 50 Pro vs Mi 11 Lite 5G

Talking about similarities between these devices, both come with an OLED display which can show up to 1 billion colours and supports HDR 10+. Apart from the differences in size, they do differ in their refresh rates. The Honor 50 Pro comes with a 120Hz panel, while the latter offers a 90Hz panel. It’s a great thing that these upper mid-range devices now offer displays that are flagship level. The advantage of the newer Snapdragon 780G used in Mi 11 Lite 5G is that it is built on, the newer 5nm process. And it gives many benefits like less heat dissipation, less battery consumption, and other things. The Honor 50 Pro used the Snapdragon 778G, which is built on a 6nm process.

Honor 50 ProMi 11 Lite 5G

Other similarities include Android 11, Wi-Fi bands, Bluetooth 5.2, 5G, and sensors like accelerometer, gyro, compass, proximity, and much more. Both the phone is slim and weighs below 190 grams. However, the Mi 11 Lite weighs around 159 grams. Making it the slimmest phone in the segment with a screen size of 6.5 inches. Another significant difference lies between the cameras, i.e., both have different primary sensors, and the Honor device comes with dual front cameras. Further, other differences between these devices will be included in the following table comparing Honor P50 Pro vs Mi 11 Lite 5G –

CategoryHonor 50 ProMi 11 Lite 5G
Display6.72 inches OLED display, HDR 10+, 1B colors, 120Hz refresh rate and aspect ratio of 19:5:96.55 inches AMOLED display, HDR 10+, 1B colors, aspect ratio of 20:9, DCI-P3 color gamut, and 90Hz refresh rate
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 778G
5G (6nm)
Magic UI
Qualcomm Snapdragon 780G
5G (5nm)
MIUI 12
Cameras108MP f/1.79 primary sensor
8MP ultra-wide-angle sensor
2MP macro sensor
2MP depth sensor

Front camera

12MP f/2.4 sensor
32MP f/2.2 sensor
64MP f/1.79 primary sensor
8MP ultra-wide-angle sensor with an FOV of 119
5MP tele-macro sensor

Front camera

20MP f/2.2 sensor
Battery4000 mAh
100W fast charging
4250 mAh
33W fast charging
Quick Charge 4+
Power Delivery 3.0
Dimensions and Weight163.5 x 74.7 x 8 mm & 187 grams160.5 x 75.7 x 6.8 mm & 159 grams
Biometric optionsFingerprint (under-display, optical)Fingerprint (side-mounted)
Variants8GB & 256GB of storage6GB & 64GB, 6GB & 128GB, 8GB & 128GB and 8GB & 256GB
UFS 2.2
LPDDR4X
ConnectivityBluetooth 5.2
USB Type-C 2.0
NFC
Bluetooth 5.2
USB Type-C 2.0
NFC (depends on market)
Infrared sensor
Water resistanceNoneIP53 dust and splash protection

We hope you understand the differences between the new Honor 50 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G. You can share the article with your friends who are planning to purchase a new upper mid-range smartphone. It will be an excellent motivation for us to create articles like these.

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