Get a FREE electrical scooter with this ridiculously sensible deal from Xiaomi

The Chinese company Xiaomi is known for some amazing deals. When it launched in the UK it was selling a number of its smartphones for £ 1 for a limited time. And now it’s back with another sensational promotion before the new Xiaomi Mi 11 smartphone hits the market. For a limited time, those who pre-order can get a Xiaomi branded electric scooter for free.

The Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential costs £ 399 alone. Its battery pack has a range of 20 kilometers and a top speed of 19 km / h, which is pretty fast for a two-wheeled vehicle and folds up easily. So it should be a pretty convenient way to head to the local cafe or bakery on a Sunday morning to collect pastries … except for the fact that e-scooters are technically not yet legal in the UK. Although a number of pilot projects are currently underway, most of them are for landlords – not private property.

But if you have a private land near you that you want to use as your personal Silverstone then this is a brilliant giveaway. And even if you’re just looking to buy a new smartphone, the Mi Electric Scooter Essential giveaway looks like a very generous gift for a family member or could help recoup some of the initial phone expenses when selling on eBay.

To take advantage of the free electric scooter, you need to pre-order the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 11 from Vodafone between March 16 and 31, 2021. Once you have received your Xiaomi Mi 11 in the mail, you will need to submit a claim for a free Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential between April 14th and May 15th, 2021.

Xiaomi says it should be able to validate your claim within 5 working days. And after everything has been stamped, you will receive your free Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter Essential within 30 days.

If you missed the announcement of the Xiaomi Mi 11 earlier this month, you will be in for a real treat. This smartphone is one of the first on the market to feature the brand new Snapdragon 888 chipset from Qualcomm, which is more powerful than its predecessor, but also more efficient. That should ensure that the battery life is at least a day … if not a little longer if you’re careful.

In addition to a charged Snapdragon processor, there is also a massive 108-megapixel rear-view camera, which, according to Xiaomi, can be used to create images with razor-sharp details that are comparable to the recordings of a professional DSLR or mirrorless cameras. That’s a bold claim, of course, and we’ll have to wait for the ratings to come in to see if they’re true. But it’s probably a good bet that this is a big step up if you’re still clinging to a four- or five-year-old smartphone.

This massive main lens is joined by a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera for breathtaking landscape shots and a 5-megapixel telephoto macro lens for improved close-ups. This three lens system should provide the owners with enhanced night photography as well as impressive video recording.

To add some cool effects to these home videos, there are six one-click AI cinema features that make artistic shooting a lot easier for amateur snappers.

You can find effects like Parallel World – which duplicate and invert your scene to give the appearance of a mirrored world – in Freeze Frame Video – which freezes and clones video frames to create the illusion that portions of your video are frozen in time . Real movie buffs may also appreciate the Magic Zoom mode, which creates an illusion of the camera zooming in and out of the scene at the same time, a trick originally popular in thriller blockbusters.

Of course, all of these photos and videos need a good screen to display the content, and Xiaomi seems to have that covered. The Mi 11 is expected to offer one of the best screens out there and has already received an A + rating from DisplayMate, the world’s leading professional display review institution. Owners also get a high refresh rate of 120 Hz on their 6.81-inch AMOLED DotDisplay.

Other extras worth mentioning include a lightning-fast embedded fingerprint scanner under the screen and liquid cooling that prevents the phone from getting too hot while gaming.

The 4,600mAh battery looks impressive too, as it’s compatible with both 55W wired charging and 50W wireless refilling. Finally, there are some dual speakers that have been tuned by the Harman Kardon team. The Mi 11 will go on sale in the UK this month. Both variants are available with 128 GB and 256 GB. Xiaomi Mi 11 costs from £ 46 per month on a two-year contract with Vodafone and costs £ 60 per month for 50GB of 5G data, unlimited texts and a YouTube Premium, Amazon Prime or Spotify subscription for the 24-month duration of your contract.

Oh, and a free scooter too.

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