Recently, Xiaomi officially announced that it will hold a new product launch event on September 15th. At this event, the Chinese manufacturer will officially release the Xiaomi Mi 11T series flagship. Coincidentally, Apple will hold a new product launch conference on September 14th, US time. The time of the Apple event in China is 1 am the next day, September 15th. Xiaomi choosing this time to release the new phone also shows absolute confidence. It’s very common for one launch event to completely overshadow another if both events take place at almost the same time. However, Xiaomi has a very loyal fanbase. In fact, a new ranking shows that Xiami fanbase is the most loyal amongst Chinese manufacturers.
From what we already know, the Xiaomi Mi 11T series is a high-performance flagship series with a full price-performance ratio. There will be two models in the series including the low-profile Xiaomi Mi 11T as well as the flagship Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro. There is very little difference in the appearance of these devices. However, the major difference lies in the performance of these smartphones. Xiaomi Mi 11T will come with a Dimensity 1200 SoC, support 120Hz screen, and the main rear camera will be 64MP.
However, the high-end Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro feels very similar to the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4. This device will come with a Snapdragon 888 chip, a built-in 5000 mAh battery, and it also supports 120W super fast charging. As for the screen, it will also use a 120Hz high-refresh-rate OLED panel.
Xiaomi Mi 11T series design is similar to the Redmi K40 series
The renders of these devices show that the display has ultra-narrow bezels with a punch-hole design. The aperture of the punch-hole is very small and the overall appearance is similar to the Redmi K40 series. As for the rear design, the Xiaomi Mi 11T series to adopt a brand new solution this time. Although the overall looks remain like the rear camera solution of the K40 series, the internal arrangement has changed slightly. It adopts a design with large and small camera sensors. The overall layout is also symmetrical.
Although Xiaomi will unveil this flagship series in the global market, it will also launch in the Chinese market. However, we do not know if it will retain the same name in China. Most likely, this flagship series will arrive in China with the Redmi brand. According to reports, this series will arrive in China at the annual October/November 11/11 sales.