We’ve been hearing rumors of a Mi 11T series and now we have some tangible evidence – two 11T models have been spotted on a couple of European retailers. By the way, Xiaomi is moving away from the “Mi” branding, so the first phone is called just the “Xiaomi 11T”.
It comes in 8/128 GB and 8/256 GB configurations, which are priced €746/£634 and €778/£661, respectively. There are three colorways listed: Moonlight White, Meteorite Gray and Celestial Blue. For comparison, the original Mi 11 (8/128 GB) cost €750/£750 at launch.
Then there’s the Xiaomi 11T Pro, which is also available in 8/128 GB and 8/256 GB versions with price tags of €896/£759 and €929/£785. This one offers the same choice of colors, unfortunately these preliminary listings do not come with images. Or any additional info for that matter.
Looking back at earlier leaks, the 11T Pro is supposed to keep the Snapdragon 888 of the original Mi 11 series, while the vanilla 11T will switch to a MediaTek chipset (the Dimensity 1200 has been mentioned).
There will be other changes too, the Pro model is supposed to feature Xiaomi’s 120W wired fast charging. The vanilla model will get a 64 MP main camera, 8 MP ultra wide and a 3x tele-macro cam. The T-phones should keep the 120 Hz AMOLED displays of the original series.
Yesterday, Xiaomi announced its plans to launch a number of new products on September 15 and while it didn’t say what will be featured at the event, it is looking more and more likely that the 11T series will be a part of it.