techno.rentetan.com – In the international introduction of Xiaomi the Xiaomi11T and 11T Pro marks the new era: for these cheaper flagships, as the mix 4 first launched, it is the end of the Mi-branded generation. But just because the Mi isn’t on behalf does not affect the slogan of the series: for a not-so-high price there are always lots of high-end requirements.
The T-series are available for 2021 in two ways: the 11T input and the mild 11T Pro stepup. But what further offers the Pro phone?? Here are the most important differences.
Display & Design
- Both devices: AMOLED 6.67″ display, refresh 120Hz, 2400 x 1080 (FHD+).
- The two appliances are: Gray meteorite, White moonlight, blue celestial.
- Both units: 164.1mm x 76.9mm x 8.8mm.
Fix and you’re going to miss this: the 11T and 11T Pro look only different, you notice from the top image in the comparison. That’s because there’s no cosmetic distinctions between the two in the end.
The two devices have the same AMOLED 6.67-inch panel with 120Hz cooling and FullHD+ resolution. Both are available in three different colors. The two are about the same size and weight.
So if you’re looking for a larger screen or bolder color/material, that isn’t what makes the two devices differ.
Equipment and Performance
- 11T: 1200-Ultra MediaTek, 8GB RAM.
- Snapdragon 888, 8 GB RAM. 11T Pro:
- Both units: battery capacity of 5.000mAh.
- 11T: 67W high loading.
- 11T Pro: 120W HyperCharge Xiaomi.
- Only 11T Pro: Harman Kardon’s sound.
The main difference is in the hardware beneath the cap. For the first time the 11T will bring the Dimension 1200 platform in Xiaomi, here in its 1200-Ultra modification to the standard of Xiaomi. The 11T Pro clings to Qualcomm and offers the highly powerful Snapdragon 888 platform.
Both units have a battery capacity of the same 5000mAh but their charging procedures differ markedly: the 11T’s 67W quick-charging is certainly rapid; but the 11T Pro’s 120W HyperCharge is one step further, with a capacity of over 35W in just 10 minutes for charging.
The divergence of hardware means certain additional functions: The pro provides 8K and HDR10+, which 11T does not, and Xiaomi has teamed with Harman Kardon in order to equip the pro sound – which is not common 11T adornment (although both handsets have dual speakers and are Dolby Atmos capable).
- Both units: Triple rear camera, punch-hole selfie front camera
- Main: 108-megapixels, f/1.75 aperture
- Wide (120º): 8MP, f/2.2
- Telemacro: 5MP, f/2.4
- Selfie: 16MP, f/2.45
- Only 11T Pro: 8K capture, HDR10+ capture
Often the main difference of a Pro handset is the specification of the camera – although in hardware terms this is not the case. In fact, the same fundamental cameras are set up for both 11T and 11T Pro.
That means that there are three lenses at the rear, with a handle of 108-megapixel and an 8-MP broad-angle and a 5-MP 2-fold macro.
There is a punch-hole top and center around the front, and a 16MP selfie shooter is included.
Price and Date of Release
- 11T: release on the 8th of October 2021, £499.
- 11T Pro: available from 1 October 2021 for £599.
Despite the fact that Qualcomm hardware is basically equivalent, it will reduce you to 20 percent more of the buying price. If you are extra interested in the 8K and HDR10+ capture, then it’s a straightforward choice; otherwise it would appear like a savvier sales regular 11T alone – in particular with its price scraping requirement in the UK at just under £500 marks.