It looks like Xiaomi will be launching revamped T-versions of its Mi 11 flagships in September, similar to the Mi 10T last year. According to a source from Vietnam, the Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro will keep the Snapdragon 888 chipset and 120 Hz OLED display, but it will upgrade the charging hardware.
Specifically, the phone’s 5,000 mAh battery will be reworked to support 120W charging, similar to the Mi 10 Ultra. There’s no word on changes to the camera department. As for price, YouTube channel The Pixel claims that the phone will be in the VND 13-15,000,000, which is around $600.The original Xiaomi Mi 11
There should be a vanilla Mi 11T as well, that one will give up the Snapdragon 888 chip of the original version and swap it out for a high end Dimensity chipset (possibly the 1200). A few more specs for the 11T leaked in August – it will have a 64 MP main cam (OmniVision OV64B), 8 MP ultra wide (IMX355) and a 3x “telemacro” camera. It will stick with a 120 Hz 20:9 display, likely the same panel as the original Mi 11.
Xiaomi is expected to unveil the Mi 11T series on September 23 and should make it available globally.