The Xiaomi 11T is a mid-range smartphone just as convincing as the Pro model

  Its technical sheet has something to attract many users. 

The Xiaomi 11T is a mid-range smartphone that belongs to the top of the basket. It incorporates characteristics that can be found in high-end models. It is excellent value for money.


  • Its AMOLED screen at 120 Hz
  • Its large 5000 mAh battery
  • Its powerful Dimensity 1200 chip
  • Its main sensor of 108 megapixels

The Xiaomi 11T does not have to be ashamed of the Pro model, since it has some points in common with the latter. Difficult to distinguish, the two smartphones have an almost borderless screen and punch-hole in the middle at the top, in a 6.67 inch format.

Like the Xiaomi 11T Pro, the classic version boasts an AMOLED panel with a Full HD+ definition of 2,400 x 1,080 pixels. It thus ensures a very good image quality for watching your video content, with the addition of HDR compatibility. Xiaomi is even thinking of offering 120 Hz on the classic model, for a very appreciable fluidity on a daily basis.

On the photo side, the two smartphones are housed in the case, with a triple photo sensor: a main lens of 108 megapixels, an ultra-wide-angle of 8 megapixels and a “telemacro” of 5 megapixels. Versatility is therefore at the rendezvous and offers suitable results, whatever the mode used. Its main sensor should be enough for most users to capture beautiful, well-detailed shots. However, night photos are unfortunately far from perfect.


It is in terms of performance that the Xiaomi 11T differs from its big brother. To lighten the bill, Xiaomi chooses not to equip the classic version of the Snapdragon 888, but a Dimensity 1200 chip coupled with 8 GB of RAM. A slightly less powerful configuration, but which has the merit of delivering good performance on a daily basis. You will be able to play your favorite 3D games, use your applications or do multitasking without any problem. This model runs on Android 11 with the new version of the MIUI interface . The smartphone is also accountable with the 5G network .

As for autonomy, Xiaomi disappoints very little. Here the 11T has a large 5,000 mAh battery, allowing it to last a day without problem – and this, even using the 120 Hz mode. On the other hand, if the fast charge is effective in quickly recovering percentages, it will be in below the 11T Pro which recharges to 100% in just 17 minutes. But hey, 36 minutes to have a full charge, that's pretty good, isn't it? In any case, it's a very good score given the size of the battery. However, no wireless charging on the horizon.


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