According to initial reports, Xiaomi will hold a launch event on September 23rd where it will unveil the Xiaomi Mi 11T series. However, this has turned out to be false as the company took to Twitter today to announce that it will hold a new product launch conference on September 15. According to reports, the upcoming smartphones should be the Mi 10T series successor, that is the Xiaomi Mi 11T series. This series will have two models, Xiaomi Mi 11T and Mi 11T Pro. This will be a flagship series with top processors and other features. From previous reports, below are the speculations regarding these smartphones.
Xiaomi Mi 11T
According to reports, the Xiaomi Mi 11T will come with a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC. This is the top flagship processor from MediaTek. Furthermore, this device will also use a 120Hz refresh rate screen and the rear camera will be a 64MP shooter. This device will also come with a 20:9 ratio display, a refresh rate of 120Hz, and a 64MP rear main camera. The camera model is OmniVision OV64B and this device will also have a Sony IMX355 ultra-wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens. At least this device or the Pro model will come with a 120W fast-charging capacity.
Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro
In addition, the high-end Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro has a configuration very similar to the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4. This smartphone will use a 120Hz OLED display panel. It will also come with a flagship processor. According to rumors, in the Mi 11T Pro, the company will not only change the type of the screen but also reduce the refresh rate to 120 Hz versus 144 Hz in its predecessor. The smartphone should receive the Snapdragon 888/888 + platform, the triple rear camera from Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite , which includes 64MP + 8MP (ultra-wide) + 5MP (macro) sensors. As for the cameras, everything is somehow modest as for a “proshka” and looks more like the fact that we are talking about the basic version. In the case of Xiaomi Mi 11T, they promise a system based on the Dimensity 1200 chip.
This series will launch in the Chinese market, however, it may take several months to arrive in the global market. The launch of this device will most likely clash with the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4. However, it is not strange for Xiaomi to put multiple flagships in the market at the same time. The company seems to be good at handling the resulting situation.