Xiaomi 11T Pro Full Specifications and Review

Xiaomi 11T

The Xiaomi 11T series just shipped recently, and they’re the main Xiaomi cell phones to be delivered internationally without “Mi” marking. The Xiaomi 11T Pro is the mid-cycle substitution to the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro, and in this way, it is a more noteworthy measure of an iterative improvement than a generational one. The Xiaomi 11T Pro drops the in-show finger impression scanner and the bended presentation from the Mi 11 Pro, yet it adds one considerable redesign not seen in other standard leads. The 11T Pro backings are super quick, accusing of the 120W charger that comes in the crate, which charges the battery from 0-100% in less than 20 minutes. 

For setting, the charging paces of most other lead Smartphones top out at around 60W-65W, with Samsung and Apple gadgets charging at much lower rates between 15W-25W. Obviously, super quick charging isn’t the Xiaomi 11T Pro’s only component, however it’s what separates it from the opposition. Albeit the worldwide chip deficiency made it hard for organizations to hit a similar cost focus as last year, Xiaomi actually figured out how to undermine a great deal of the opposition with its 11T series, while holding leader specs in the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM. Be that as it may, how does the Xiaomi 11T Pro toll in everyday use?

Xiaomi 11T Pro Full Specifications

Released Date 2021, 15 September
Network GSM / HSPA / LTE / 5G
Display 6.67″ 1080×2340 pixels
Processor Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 5G (5 nm)
OS Android 11
Memory 128/256 GB
RAM 8/12 GB
Main Camera 108 MP (wide)

8 MP (ultrawide)

5 MP (macro)

Selfie Camera 16 MP, f/2.5, (wide), 1.0µm
Battery 5000mAh Li-Po

Display

The Xiaomi 11T Pro’s showcase is a level, 6.67-inch AMOLED board with a 120Hz revive rate and a focused opening punch pattern at the top. It gets pretty brilliant at a pinnacle of 1,000 nits and supports HDR10+ content. In the event that you’re an aficionado of level shows, the 11T Pro is an extraordinary alternative. It’s perfect looking, edge-to-edge, and drops the adjusted sides of the Mi 11 and the Mi 11 Ultra. 

On the plastic back is a solitary camera module at the upper left, which packs the triple camera exhibit, just as Xiaomi’s image logo at the base. The Xiaomi 11T Pro feels great in the hand, in spite of the fact that it gathers fingerprints without any problem. On the right hand side is the force button which serves as a finger impression sensor. The volume rocker is over that as well. 

There are two speakers on the Xiaomi 11T Pro, one at the top and one at the base. The one at the base is stronger than the one at the top, yet they get extremely noisy and sound really respectable. The IR blaster, a Xiaomi model, makes a return at the highest point of the 11T Pro, and a solitary USB-C port sits on the base. There’s no 3.5mm earphone jack on the Xiaomi 11T Pro, be that as it may. 

Generally, the Xiaomi 11T Pro is agreeable to hold, and the main frustration in its plan is the unique mark scanner. It’s not the most straightforward for a left-given individual to utilize, and I end up reliably forgetting about it when my telephone’s screen is off. At the point when that occurs, it considers a bombed endeavor to open the telephone, and I need to later place in my telephone’s secret phrase to open this as a result of the rehashed fizzled endeavors. Bended showcases are likewise a question of individual inclination, and keeping in mind that I lean toward what they look like, I discover level presentations simpler to utilize.

Camera

The Xiaomi 11T Pro components a 108 MP primary camera, actually like the ordinary Mi 11 and Mi 11 Ultra. Indeed, the camera plan is pretty much indistinguishable from the Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro that was dispatched before in the year, with similar essential, ultra wide-point, and large scale cameras. While the image taking abilities of the Xiaomi 11T Pro aren’t just about as great as the Mi 11 Ultra, the Smartphone is a more-than-skilled shooter that has had the option to take some awesome photographs. 

In light of the result of the above photographs, I confided in the Xiaomi 11T Pro to be my principal photography gadget on a new excursion to Newgrange, an ancient section burial chamber fabricated at some point around 3200 BC. A portion of the photographs I took while I was there are in the above collection, and the photographs unquestionably didn’t baffle. I’ve been truly intrigued by the 11T Pro’s back cameras, despite the fact that I can’t say something similar for the selfie camera, which is simply normal.

Battery and Charging

The Xiaomi 11T Pro accompanies a 120W charging connector in the crate, the quickest cell phone charger available today. Cell phone brand Infinix flaunted a 160W charger in an ideal telephone as of late, however it’s not accessible for procurement. Hence, Xiaomi holds the quick charging crown of both the 11T Pro and the Mi 10 Ultra from last year, which likewise upholds 120W charging. 

Strangely, no other Xiaomi cell phone — aside from the previously mentioned Mi 10 Ultra — charges at anyplace near those places. The Mi 11 Ultra has “just” 67W charging, a quite enormous minimization interestingly (yet just when contrasting, in light of the fact that 67W charging is likewise lovely fast). The organization, as far as anyone is concerned, has never openly expressed for what reason that is the situation with the Ultra, however I’m trusting this element continues to its future cell phones. 

My thinking, obviously, is only that 120W charging on the Xiaomi 11T Pro is insane quick. How quick? You can look at the diagram beneath to see exactly how quick it truly is. I connected the phone at 6:55 PM in the evening, and within 20 minutes, it had reached 100%. A little disclaimer however — when the battery marker in Android first shows 100%, the battery isn’t really at 100% limit as Andrei Frumusanu of Anandtech notes. All things considered, it arrives at the full 100% limit around the 25-minute imprint, when the current really goes down to 0. This is valid for most different telephones and isn’t special to Xiaomi, however it merits nothing regardless.

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