Xiaomi 11T Pro phone review – does the new Xiaomi phone deserve the title of Pro?

Despite the passage of several years to the title of the killer of the leading devices or what is known as “Flagship Killer”, Xiaomi has not stopped providing phones that not only resemble the leading phones in their specifications, performance and design quality, but also have features that are not present even in the latest most expensive phones. a price.

Here comes the role of the T family from Xiaomi, which often offers new features that steal the spotlight from the phone that precedes it, and this is exactly what the Xiaomi 11 T Pro (note the absence of the Mi brand) that the company launched a month after announcing the abandonment of the Mi brand. Six months after the launch of the mid-range phone, Xiaomi Mi 11i. Both phones converge in many specifications with a significant difference in the capacity of the charger, which may be considered by many as a decisive factor in favoring the Xiaomi T11 Pro phone over the rest of the competitors.

xiaomi 11t pro phone box contents

xiaomi 11t pro phone

120W wired charger

plastic protective cover

xiaomi t11 pro design

It may not be easy to distinguish the Xiaomi 11T Pro phone from the rest of the competing phones from the front, as all phones are similar these days after most of them adopt the camera hole design, whether in the middle of the screen or on the left.

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Recognizing the phone becomes easier when looking at the back thanks to the large frame of the cameras, somewhat similar to the design of the cameras of its predecessor, Xiaomi Mi 11i. The frame takes a rectangular shape in which the cameras are positioned longitudinally, with a shiny ring surrounding the peripheral cameras, giving them an aesthetic touch and giving the viewer a sense of professionalism.

On the right side of the Xiaomi 11T Pro phone is a capacitive fingerprint reader, where for some reason (perhaps to reduce the cost) the company decided not to use an optical fingerprint reader under the screen. However, the sensor used to read the fingerprint is not only quick to recognize your finger, but also naturally falls directly under your thumb.

the screen

I can say that the screen of the Xiaomi 11T Pro phone is the biggest aspect that the company has bargained with in exchange for keeping the price of the phone within the acceptable limit. While the screen of the Mi 11 phone was one of the most prominent aspects of its sale, we find the company here focusing more on the cameras and the battery.

The above does not mean that the phone screen is bad, but it is more than enough to ensure a good use experience, but it is not the best experience that you can get from Xiaomi phones.

The screen is a 6.67-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels, which is the resolution that you get in most phones of the same price category, and 1080 resolution is sufficient for normal daily use, since most games and direct video watching applications support this resolution only.

xiaomi 11t pro phone

The screen supports a variable refresh rate of 120 Hz and a fixed refresh rate of 60 Hz, meaning that if you choose a refresh rate of 60 Hz, the rate will remain constant throughout the period of use, while if you prefer a high refresh rate of 120 Hz, the rate will change between 120, 90 and 60 Hz depending on the use in order to save energy. Compared to the more expensive flagship phones, such as Samsung phones, for example, the screen can reduce its refresh rate to only 10 Hz in some use cases, such as reading, to save the most energy.

The screen supports not only HDR10 and HDR10 +, but also Dolby Atmos technology, which was the preserve of more expensive Xiaomi phones such as Mi 11 Ultra and Mix 4. The maximum screen brightness reaches 1000 nits, which enables you to use it clearly in all lighting conditions Even under direct sunlight.

Also read: How you can reduce the brightness of your smartphone screen to a minimum allowable.

Xiaomi 11T Pro camera

If you are a follower of technology news, the triple camera system of the 11T Pro will be no stranger to you, as we have previously seen it in the Mi 11i phone, the Redmi Note 10 Pro and even in the first version of the Mi 11 phone – with a slight difference in the wide-angle camera. The camera system consists of a 108-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel wide-angle secondary camera, and a 5-megapixel telemacro camera for shooting close-up objects.

The main camera uses a 108-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor, and adopts Nona-Bayer technology that merges the light information coming from 9 pixels into one large pixel, which improves images captured especially in low light conditions and plays a key role in reducing the size of the image captured.

By default, the camera takes 12-megapixel photos, but it also allows for full-resolution 108-megapixels to get a super-resolution image of the scene in front of you in a very large image size without losing any details from image post-processing, which in turn gives you more flexibility if you want to make Subsequent modifications to the image using special programs.

As for the wide-angle camera, the company used an 8-megapixel SONY IMX355 sensor. The camera takes pictures that are close to the pictures of the main camera, but it may lose some details in some lighting conditions due to the relatively low resolution.

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