Added two dedicated grip sensors, Mi 11, to achieve hardware-level anti-inadvertent touch

Many people have complained about the false touch problem of curved screen mobile phones, and major manufacturers have been working hard to explore solutions. Xiaomi Mi 11, which was unveiled in December last year, is also equipped with a curved screen, but it has done a good job in preventing accidental touch. On January 20th, Xiaomi officially decrypted it for us.

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Mi 11

Mi 11’s anti-inadvertent touch function has been upgraded, and two grip sensors have been added. In terms of screen anti-inadvertent touch, it realizes intelligent dynamic adjustment and completely solves the problem of wrong touch on the curved screen. Mi 11 has two grip sensors, located in the upper half of the fuselage and the lower half of the fuselage. The two holding position sensors can monitor the electromagnetic wave absorption rate of the corresponding position in real time. When the mobile phone is in a different holding state, the electromagnetic wave absorption rate of the corresponding position will change. According to the changes in the signals fed back by the two grip position sensors, the user’s current grip position can be accurately judged.

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Mi 11

Xiaomi Mi 11 can judge the user’s current holding state in real time, combined with the latest anti-mistouch algorithm, to trigger intelligent anti-mistouch. For example: when holding the horizontal screen, all four sides are turned on to prevent inadvertent touch; when holding the lower part, the two sides of the lower part are turned on to prevent inadvertent touch, which does not affect other edge operations; when the phone is flat on the desktop, the four sides are not turned on to prevent inadvertent touch. In this way, accurate touch control of the grip area is achieved. In addition, Xiaomi Mi 11 can also combine accelerometer and gyroscope data to make further precise adjustments to the anti-inadvertent touch strategy based on the user’s current usage status.