120W charging and 120Hz OLED tip:
Xiaomi is reading about its new Mi 11T series, an affordable smartphone in the upper-range price range. The Mi 11T Pro is the top-of-the-line smartphone in the Mi 11T series. We already know a little about it.
- The details about Xiaomi’s rumored Mi 11T Pro are now available.
- According to reports, the phone will charge quickly, pack the Snapdragon 808 SoC and swap its predecessor’s LCD panel for an OLED panel.
According to the YouTube channel The Pixel (h/t XDA-Developers), the series’ range-topping model could sport the Snapdragon 888 SoC, a 5,000mAh battery with 120W charging support, and a 120Hz OLED display. This would be a significant upgrade over the Mi 10T Pro with 33W charging support and a 144Hz LCD.
Pricing details also emerged, with the Mi 11T Pro costing between 13 and 15 million Vietnamese dongs ($570 – $657). Although the Mi 1oT Pro did not arrive in the USA, it arrived in Europe for EUR449 ($544). A slightly higher price is not a bad trade-off considering the potential improvements. However, we recommend using currency conversions to guide your purchase rather than as gospel. The Mi 11T Pro may be among the Snapdragon 888 phones less expensive than the Realme GT.
The Mi 11T is Xiaomi’s MediaTek-powered Mi 11T. This should be cheaper than its premium sibling. The device will also include a 120Hz OLED and a 64MP primary camera in a triple array.
Although Xiaomi has yet to confirm the launch date of the Mi 11T series smartphones, rumors and series history suggest that it will be launched in September.