The Xiaomi Mi 11T and Redmi K40 Ultra just surfaced for the first time, courtesy of XiaomiUI's Telegram group.
According to their information the upcoming Mi 11T, codenamed K11R, will be available globally and in India. It will have a 120Hz 20:9 aspect display, a step down from the Mi 10T's 144Hz refresh rate, but the change could sign a swtich to an OLED panel.
As for cameras, the Xiaomi Mi 11T is listed as having a 64MP OmniVision OV64B main sensor, a Sony IMX355 ultrawide shooter and a 3x 'telemacro' camera.
The SoC will be a MediaTek one, likely the Dimensity 1200.
The Redmi K40 Ultra will be a very similar phone to the Mi 11T, only for the Chinese market. Where it differs is the main camera, instead of a 64MP, there'll be a 108MP Samsung HM2 sensor.
Hopefully it will have an under-display fingerprint reader, instead of these side mounted ones which seem to be popping up everywhere.
Business is business. They going to improve the other previous phone in terms of specific spec but remove or change the internal specs which is great from the new one. Example they change the camera mp from previous phonr but the chipset is still t...