Xiaomi is expected to announce the Xiaomi 11T and Xiaomi 11T Pro smartphones soon as the pricing, configuration, and color variants of both smartphones have been leaked by a European retailer. As you might have noticed, the devices are called Xiaomi 11T, not Xiaomi Mi 11T because, in a recent announcement by the company, it has dropped the "Mi" branding for its devices going forward.
Back to the leak. It was first spotted by tipster Ishan Agarwal and it not only confirmed the name change, it also revealed that the smartphones in the Xiaomi 11T series are likely to be launched in 8GB RAM with 128GB storage and 8GB RAM with 256GB storage options.
The Xiaomi 11T is expected to be powered by MediaTek's Dimensity 1200T processor while the Xiaomi 11T Pro retains the Snapdragon 888 processor that was in the original Mi 11 series.
The smartphones could feature an AMOLED display panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and a 20:9 aspect ratio.
The leak didn't reveal any image of the smartphones.
Both smartphones are also expected to be available in Celestial Blue, Moonlight White, and Meteorite Grey colors.
Xiaomi 11T is expected to feature a triple-camera on its rear that includes a 64MP primary camera, an 8MP ultrawide sensor, and a 3x tele-macro camera.
Though more specs of the Xiaomi 11T Pro remain unknown, the listing suggests the smartphone could feature a 5,000mAh battery with Xiaomi's 120W fast charging.
The Xiaomi 11T 8GB RAM with 128GB storage variant was listed at £633.96 (roughly Rs 64,500), while the 8GB RAM with 256GB storage version was listed at £660.95 (roughly Rs 67,300).
The Xiaomi 11T Pro 8GB RAM with 128GB storage version was listed at £758.69 (roughly Rs 72,300), while the 8GB RAM with 256GB version was listed at £785.42 (roughly Rs 80,000).
Though the pricing details are subject to change, we expect Xiaomi to launch the Xiaomi 11T series with the listed configuration.
Xiaomi is yet to release any information regarding the smartphones but we expect that to change in the buildup to their recently announced event slated for September 15.