Xiaomi’s mid-year upgrade for the Mi 11 series is coming and this time, much more is changing. Without a name change (no more MI branding), Xiaomi is upgrading to higher model charging technology. As rumored, the Xiaomi 11T Pro is actually getting a 120W hypercharge solution.
It’s not a groundbreaking technology but it’s the first for a commercial Xiaomi device. The company used the 120W system in last year’s Mi 10 anniversary version model but it was available in limited numbers. The Xiaomi 11T Pro is expected to be relatively more widely available, as it will make the Mi 11 Pro a success from the beginning of this year.
120W hypercharge technology is being introduced soon
Xiaomi is yet to reveal the speed or time of charging but you can expect it as the fastest solution from the company. The 120W system will make it the equivalent of 120W wired charging solutions from iQOO, Vivo and Oppo. Rumor has it that Xiaomi will use the same 5000mAh battery from the older model.
However, this may be the only big change for the Xiaomi 11T Pro than the Mi 11 Pro. Therefore, the phone has the potential to hold the Snapdragon 888 chip, its 120Hz AMOLED display and its versatile triple rear camera system.
For the standard Xiaomi 11, a significant change is expected from the Snapdragon 870 chip to the MediaTek Dimension 1200 chip. The Dimension 1200 offers the same level of performance as the Snapdragon 870 but has improved 5G support and is cheaper for manufacturers.
– Xiaomi (ia Xiaomi) September 6, 2021
The standard model is expected to see 64-megapixel higher resolution on the back with the same 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera and 5-megapixel macro camera. Prices are expected to remain unchanged from the outgoing model.
It remains to be seen whether the Xiaomi 11T series will be launched in India. Last year’s Mi 10T series was launched during the festive season with some upgrades as well as downgrades from the original Mi 10, since the Mi 10T has been launched at a lower price, we expect Xiaomi to launch the Xiaomi 11T series in India at a lower price as well.
On the other hand, there is no news to upgrade from Mi 11 Ultra.
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