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Xiaomi teases flagship 11T series ahead of launch

The company's next value flagship is set to be a solid upgrade over last year's Mi 10T Pro.

Update, Sep 6 (2:20 a.m. ET): Xiaomi teases 120W "HyperCharge" support for the 11T Pro

What you need to know

  • Xiaomi has teased the launch of its next affordable Android flagship.
  • The 11T series could debut at a global launch event on September 15.
  • Rumors suggest Xiaomi's upcoming 11T Pro will have a 120Hz OLED display and support 120W wired charging.

Xiaomi today teased the launch of a new affordable flagship that could give the best Android phones from Samsung and OnePlus a run for their money. The phone is set to debut at a global launch event on September 15 and is likely to be a successor to last year's Mi 10T Pro.

As per a video posted by Vietnamese YouTube channel The Pixel last week, the 11T Pro will arrive with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset and a 120Hz AMOLED display. Keeping the lights on will be a 5,000mAh battery with support for identical 120W fast charging as the Mi 10 Ultra and Mi Mix 4.

Alongside the 11T Pro, Xiaomi is also expected to announce the vanilla 11T with a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chipset and a 120Hz OLED display. The phone is also said to feature a triple-camera setup with a 64MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a telemacro sensor with 3x zoom.

Last year's Mi 10T series phones proved to be quite popular with consumers in markets such as India and Europe, thanks to their impressive hardware and aggressive pricing. While it remains to be seen if the 11T series phones will be as affordable as their predecessors, you can expect them to offer better value than the Mi 11 series.

Update, Sep 6 (2:20 a.m. ET) ― Official teaser hints at 120W charging support

Xiaomi has posted a new teaser on its Twitter page, hinting at 120W "HyperCharge" support for the upcoming 11T Pro.

The teaser also claims the 11T series will be Xiaomi's "most amazing devices" yet.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra

₹69,999 at Xiaomi India £1,199 at Xiaomi UK

The Mi 11 Ultra is Xiaomi's "no-compromise" Android flagship, featuring incredibly capable cameras, an ultra-smooth 120Hz AMOLED screen, and 67W wired as well as wireless charging. It also comes with a unique secondary display on the back and a large 5000mAh battery.

Source: androidcentral

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