Mi 11T Pro: render shows 108MP rear camera and leak points to possible prices

Update (08/31/21) – HA

With another global event scheduled for September 15th, Xiaomi is expected to bring the long awaited launch of the Mi 11T series. It’s the company’s most affordable flagship series for world markets and, like last year’s Mi 10T series, there will be a Mi 11T and an 11T Pro. Now, some renderings have just come out showing details of the more advanced device.

The person who made these renders was a guy who claims to have been based on the device he saw in his hands, and who leaked information from the Mi 11T at the end of last month. The smartphone will be covered in glass on both sides, although the back of the phone appears to have a brushed metal back.

The Mi 11T Pro comes with three rear cameras, all of which are housed in the same camera module along with the LED flash and laser focus module. An on-site registration confirms that the main rear camera is 108MP.

Like last year’s Mi 10T series, the Mi 11T series will also have a fingerprint reader on the side, although the display will be OLED this time and not LCD.

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The Mi 11T Pro will also come with a 120 Hz refresh rate, which is lower than the 144 Hz for the Mi 10T series. The screen will also have a centered punch-hole for the front camera. Other reported specs are a Snapdragon 888 processor, a 5,000mAh battery and 120W fast charging support.

So, what do you think about the device so far? Leave your impressions!

Update (08/24/21) – JB

After Xiaomi has scheduled a major launch event for September, part of the market is betting that the new Mi 11T and 11T Pro should also feature alongside the global Mi Mix 4. Therefore, as they are considered flagships, they must bring Dimensity 1200 and Snapdragon 888 processors, respectively.

Of course this will have its cost and a new leak indicates that the price charged by Xiaomi can be a little scary for some people. See below:

  • Mi 11T
    • 8 GB + 128 GB – US$ 869 (~R$ 4,658)
    • 8GB + 256GB – US$905 (~R$4,852)
  • Mi 11T Pro
    • 8 GB + 128 GB – US$ 1,040 (~R$ 5,575)
    • 8 GB + 256 GB – US$ 1,076 (~R$ 5,768)

For now, Xiaomi has not officially commented on the matter. Thus, we emphasize that everything needs to be considered as just another market rumor.

The new Mi 11T and 11T Pro are expected to deliver 120 Hz OLED screen, 64 MP main camera and support for fast charging up to 120W.

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Mi 11T Pro: leak specifications and possible prices indicating great value for money

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Mi 11T has Dimensity chipset and 11T Pro will be released as Redmi K40 Ultra in China

Xiaomi has been preparing the last details for the official launch of the Mi 11T line and last week we saw that the standard model has passed its first certification. Today (16), the well-known Mukul Sharma published more details about the devices.

Starting with the standard device, the Mi 11T is code-named amber in India and beyond. The new smartphone should even use a MediaTek Dimensity processor, deliver a 120 Hz screen and three rear cameras with a 64 MP main sensor.

On the other hand, the Mi 11T Pro variant is known as Agata and also features a 120 Hz screen. However, to the surprise of many, it should rely on MediaTek chipset and be called Redmi K40 Ultra in China.

This model should have a 108MP Samsung HM2 main camera, Sony IMX355 wide-angle lens and a telemacro camera that supports 3x zoom.

For now, Xiaomi remains silent about the leaks. Even so, the Mi 11T line should hit the market within the next few weeks.

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Update (08/10/21) – JB

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