Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro rumored to offer 120W charging, 120Hz OLED display and more

Vyncent Chan
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Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro rumored to offer 120W charging, 120Hz OLED display and more

As usual with all rumors and leaks, take this with a pinch of salt. The Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro is pretty much a confirmed device at this point, with it making its way past SIRIM earlier this month. Little is known about the device but it is apparently going to come with some seriously high-end specifications.

According to Vietnamese YouTube channel “The Pixel”, the Mi 11T Pro will come with a Snapdragon 888, 120Hz OLED display and a 5000mAh battery with 120W fast charging. Prior rumors have also pointed towards it coming with UWB support like the MIX 4, which will work with their new TVs and other upcoming accessories. It is worth mentioning that the Mi T series has been previously a more affordable flagship option, so it might be odd to see it come with such cutting-edge features.

The Mi 10T series

Speaking of which, the Mi 11T Pro might not be as affordable as its predecessors. The YouTube channel mentioned a price range of around 13 to 15 million VND, which translates to about RM2413 to RM2784, which is significantly higher than the sub-RM2000 price point of the Mi 10T Pro.

If that’s too expensive for you, well there’s probably some good news still. Along with the Mi 11T Pro, a Mi 11T is also expected. As with the Mi 11T Pro, we don’t know any specifications yet. Rumors are hinting towards a MediaTek chipset, which wouldn’t surprise us considering how Xiaomi has been using more and more of MediaTek’s SoCs in their designs recently.


Xiaomi is expected to launch the Mi 11T series in a global event this 23rd September, which is about more than a month away. I do look forward to seeing how Xiaomi will top their success with the Xiaomi Mi 10T series which packed plenty of premium features for a rather affordable price.


Pokdepinion: Even though it is pricier, I am pretty sure Xiaomi will be making it a great bang for buck device!

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