Xiaomi launched the Mi 11 in China back in December 2020 and brought the world’s first Snapdragon 888 phone to the UK in the spring of 2021. The company is now expected to launch the Xiaomi 11T and Xiaomi 11T Pro, expanding the lineup even further. (and completely excluding “Mi” from the name).
In addition, teasers and rumors on the net suggest that there may be a new Lite phone, as well as other smart products.
Here’s everything we know about when the Xiaomi 11T series launches in the West and what to expect when it does.
When will the live streaming of the Xiaomi 11T series start?
Xiaomi announced that the launch in the UK will take place Today at 12:00 BST (noon).
How to watch the live stream of the launch of the Xiaomi 11T series
We’ve embedded a YouTube live stream above, so bookmark this page and you can see the entire launch right here when it kicks off.
If you like, you can of course go straight to YouTube or watch the video from the Xiaomi website. Twitter and Facebook pages.
What to expect from the launch of the Xiaomi 11T series
Well, first of all, we know we’ll see the launch of the 11T series soon. As this is a global launch, all specifications have yet to be confirmed. But there are rumors and leaks that have been collected by GSM Arena.
The phones are expected to feature 120Hz AMOLED displays. The 11T is rumored to have a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chip, while the 11T Pro will have a Snapdragon 888 chip – the same chip found on the Mi 11. Other leaks indicate the 11T may have a 64MP OmniVision camera alongside a Sony IMX355 … ultra-wide shooter.
The current rumored starting prices for these phones in the UK are £ 634 for the Xiaomi 11T and £ 759 for the 11T Pro.
There was also a teaser for the Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE. Gadgets360 predicts that this phone will have a lot in common with the 11 Lite 5G phone, but will have a Snapdragon 778G chipset.
Something new is just around the corner. ❄️
Get ready for a special date!
– Xiaomi (@Xiaomi)
September 11, 2021
Other rumors include Xiaomi Hyper fast charging technology (120W), which is supposed to be powered by the new 11T series, the new Q1E 55in Smart TV model, Xiaomi AX3000 mesh Wi-Fi router and Xiaomi Band 6 NFC. …
It is also rumored that the Xiaomi Pad 5 may enter the international market after its Chinese debut, an 11-inch tablet that is significantly inferior to other Android tablet competitors such as Samsung.