Xiaomi is expected to launch the 11T series very soon. In case you are wondering, the phones are likely to be called Xiaomi 11T and not Mi 11T as the company has reportedly dropped using the “Mi” brand for its products going forward. There is no official word on the launch of new premium Xiaomi phones. The company has confirmed to host an event on September 15 worldwide without revealing the list of products that it will unveil. It is being speculated that the 11T series could debut at the global event on September 23. Ahead of the launch, some key details of the upcoming Xiaomi 11T series have leaked.
The Xiaomi 11T colour and storage options have been listed online. Spotted first by Ishan Agarwal, the listing also confirms that the devices will not have the “Mi” branding as we have seen previously on many phones from the brand.
The listing reveals that the 11T and 11T Pro will come in three colours – Celestial Blue, Moonlight White and Meteorite Grey. It also reveals the storage options and the pricing details. Both models under the 11T series will launch in 8GB + 128GB, 8GB + 256GB storage options. The listed price of the 11T 128GB model is £633.96 (roughly Rs 64,500), whereas the 256GB model is priced at £660.95 (roughly Rs 67,300). The 11T Pro 128GB model is priced at £758.69 (roughly Rs 72,300), whereas the 256GB model is priced at £785.42 (roughly Rs 80,000). The pricing details might be wrong but we can expect Xiaomi to launch the phones in the mentioned storage variants.
The 11T is expected to feature a Dimensity 1200 SoC. It will have a 64MP primary camera, an 8MP ultrawide sensor and a 3x tele-macro camera. Xiaomi will launch the11T 5G with a 120Hz display with a 20:9 aspect ratio. It could upgrade the display panel from an OLED to AMOLED for the 11T 5G series. The Pro model is likely to feature a Snapdragon 888 SoC. It will come packed with a 5000 mAh battery and 120W fast charging support.
As mentioned above, Xiaomi is yet to confirm the official launch details of the device. We would advise our readers to take the leaked specs with a pinch of salt.