The two most recent and powerful chips of the two famous keys in the field are ready for an interesting battle, which also helps to illustrate the differences in pricing between them.
In the past year we have become accustomed to seeing examples of situations in which smart devices were first introduced with Snapdragon chips Qualcomm Alternative versions are available with the use of the leading Dimensity chips from the competing Mediatek, but this time Xiaomi decides to cancel the waiting time between the various announcements - and presents its 11T in two parallel versions, with the option for consumers to choose between theSnapdragon The powerful 888 to the powerful Dimensity 1200 (a little less) on its way.
The Xiaomi 11T and Xiaomi 11T Pro (this time without the Mi at all, as part of a move to make branding more minimalist and simpler) both offer a 6.67-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2,400 × 1,080 pixels, with a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, display support 10-bit shades and a touch sampling rate of 480 Hz - which is a certain drop in level Compared to the Mi 11 from last January In fact, since the latter offered a screen AMOLED Larger with denser QHD resolution.
The new smartphones enjoy Gorilla Glass Victus front cover, fast UFS 3.1 internal storage of 128GB or 256GB without the possibility of further expansion, stereo speakers, Android 11 system with MIUI 12.5 interface above it, built-in side fingerprint scanner, chip Built-in NFC, built-in infrared transmitter, dual-channel GNSS receiver, connectivity Wi-Fi 6 dual channels, connectivity Bluetooth 5.2 Wireless and built-in 5,000mAh batteries, inside a frame made of white, gray or blue aluminum with glass cladding also on the back.
The two models also offer the same photo setup, which is even lower in comparison To the standard Mi 11 (And certainly also compared to the Mi 11 Pro, which unfortunately has not landed in the country to date) - with three rear sensors, the main one being 108 megapixel resolution but based on a smaller sensor and without an optical image stabilization system, the other is an 8 megapixel sensor A scaled-down pixel for wide-angle photography and the third is a tiny 5-megapixel macro sensor that has not changed. The selfie camera has a maximum resolution of 16 megapixels and a slightly better physical size than the Mi 11, but with a smaller aperture key (f / 2.45 versus f / 2.2) that may obscure the results.
The difference between the 11T and 11T Pro is reflected in a couple of main features, where first and foremost chip The octagonal Snapdragon 888 in the Pro model should provide superior performance over those of the chip The octagonal Dimension 1200 11 in the regular 120T, plus support for a much faster wired charge of 67 watts compared to 8 watts should give the Pro a big advantage for those who want as little waiting time near the socket each day. In addition, you will find the dynamic memory with a volume of 12GB or 5GB in the leading LPDDR11 standard in 4T Pro and an older LPDDR8X standard (with only 11GB volume) in XNUMXT, you will find the dual speakers with Harman / Kardon branding only in the Pro version and so on. Also regarding the official support of the Dolby Vision content standard HDR.
The Xiaomi 11T will be offered in Europe at a starting price of 500 euros including tax for 128GB of storage and dynamic memory of 8GB, with an extra 50 euros above that price will double the storage to 256GB - and the Xiaomi 11T Pro will be available at a base price of 650 Euro for 128GB storage with 8GB of dynamic memory, with an additional 50 euros to double the storage in this case as well and an additional 50 euros for the senior model with 256GB for storage and 12GB of RAM. All this means that the most advanced 11T Pro is worth the recommended price of the regular Mi 11 at the beginning of its journey, and this is something that may help compromise on the reduced display and photography characteristics in the fresh roll.
Will the increased range of reduced prices be enough to create another hit for Shiomi? We will wait a little longer for the official Israeli launch before trying to reach the bottom line.