We heard whispers about the Mi 11T series, and we finally have actual proof — a handful of European dealers found two 11T devices. Xiaomi, by the way, leaves the branding “Mi,” thus the first phone is merely named the “Xiaomi 11T.”
The prices are 8/128 GB and 8/256 GB, respectively at €746/£634 and €778/£661. The third colors listed are Moonlight White, Celestial Blue, and Meteorite Gray. The original Mi 11 cost €750 per start for the comparison (8/128 GB).
Xiaomi 11T Pro, also available with price marks of €896/£759 and €929/£785, is available in variants 8/128 GB and 8/256 GB. Unfortunately, this one provides the same color choice, but the previous lists do not have pictures. Or any other information on this issue.
When you look back to prior leaks, the 11T Pro is to retain the original Mi 11 Series Snapdragon 888 and change the Vanilla 11T to a MediaTek processor (the Dimensity 1200 has been mentioned).
The Pro edition is rumored to have Xiaomi’s 120W quick charging system, too. There will be additional modifications. A 64MP, 8MP ultra-wide, and 3X macro cam are included in the vanilla model. The 120 Hz AMOLED display of the original series should remain on the T-phones.
Xiaomi revealed on September 15 yesterday its intentions for launching a number of new goods and although not saying what will be on the event it is more likely to be part of the 11T series.