Xiaomi 11T Full Review

Xiaomi 11T Full Review

Introduction :

            This is the review of Xiaomi’s latest phone, the xiaomi 11t, which may irritate some customers who are used to the MI branding. You can spend more for a pro version, which comes with a higher tier chipset and even faster charging. What makes you think this one is the better deal? This is our analysis of the Xiaomi 11T from trending99.

Design and build :

            The Xiaomi 11T has the exact same appearance as the Xiaomi 11 Pro, and it’s difficult to tell them apart. However, there are a few feature variations on the inside. With a two-step camera bump and a curved glass rear panel, the design is really elegant. That’s a very thoughtful statement. There’s a slight texture that looks like metal if you look attentively. The aluminium frame is curved as well, and it has a matte surface. Protection against water and dust is something you get here that many other midranges don’t. The IP rating of the xiaomi eleventy and eleventy pro is 53. On the vanilla version, you get the most of the features of the pro version. Let’s start with the presentation.

6.67-inch AMOLED screen with 1080p resolution and a refresh rate of 120Hz:

            It has a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a 120-Hz refresh rate and Gorilla Glass Victus protection. Swiping and scrolling are quite smooth thanks to the fast refresh rate. The screen is also really responsive. Thanks to a high touch sampling rate of 480 HZ. When you stop tapping the screen, the refresh rate does not go down to save energy, although it does adapt to some apps like YouTube. This is a high-end display, especially for a mid-range Ranger. You get deep AMOLED blacks and 10-bit colour support. Colors are extremely accurate, and there are numerous choices for fine-tuning them in the settings. In terms of brightness, we were able to achieve 500 Nets with the slider, which increases to 800 Nets in auto mode and intense sunlight. There’s also HDR 10 plus compatibility, albeit Dolby Vision isn’t available here like it is on the pro model.

Stereo speakers, no headphone jack :

            Another distinction is that the audio isn’t Harman Kardon-branded, but the stereo speaker configuration is same. The output is pleasant and balanced, with notable lows, and we detected good volume. However, you will notice that these phones lack a typical headphone jack for biometrics.

Android 11 and UI :

            As expected, the xiaomi 11t sports a side-mounted fingerprint reader that also serves as the power button. You can choose between a hundred and twenty-eight or 256 gigabytes of storage, and it is extensible. The xiaomi 11 T uses the latest mui 12.5 interface, which is based on Android 11. The UI is similar to what we’ve seen from xiaomi in the past, with a recognisable layout and functionality. However, an upgrade to the MI Y13 should be available shortly, and Xiaomi has promised three major Android updates and four important security patches.

MediaTek Dimensity 1200 performance :

            The most significant distinction between the xiaomi 11T and the pro model is The MediaTek Dimensity 1200 is a high-end media chip designed on a six nm process, and it’s included in the vanilla model. It has performance in the high mid-range and 5G connectivity. Even if the Xiaomi 11T doesn’t top the bench Mark charts, there’s plenty of power here for a smooth and dependable daily performance, as well as gaming.

Camera specs :

            The Xiaomi 11T and Xiaomi 11T Pro contain the same cameras, but different ships, which could lead to differences in processing and performance. On the back, there are three cameras: a 108 megapixel camera, an 8 megapixel Ultra wide camera, and a 5-megapixel tele macro camera.

Daylight image quality :

            The main camera’s 12 megapixel photos are fantastic. They’re very detailed. And that detail seemed to be more natural than the xiaomi 11t Pro, which has a tendency to oversharpen. There’s a lot of contrast here. Colors appear vivid but not garish. Also, the dynamic range is excellent. Portraits taken with the main camera are good, with strong subject separation, however untidy hair might throw them off. Furthermore, the lack of HDR means that more difficult scenes may appear blown out. 

            The performance of the ultra wide Cams is actually rather good for this type of camera. It has a resolution of eight megapixels. The photos are crisp, and noise is kept to a minimum. And the dynamic range is excellent. The colours are a little cooler than the ones in the main. The macro camera’s five-megapixel close-ups are quite impressive. When shooting, autofocus assists you, and the photographs offer good detail and pleasing hues.

Low-light image quality :

            If you use the main camera in low-light conditions, the phone will automatically apply some night mode processing. Balance, exposure, good colour, saturation, well-preserved highlights, and developed shadows all contribute to the overall quality of these images. In darker locations, there is some apparent softness, but you can turn on a specific night mode for even more processing. This brightens shadows and brings detail to the foreground. The highlights aren’t changed, but there is some additional sharpening. There’s also the option of turning off night mode completely. 

            Though the evolution of Shadows isn’t that different in this situation, you receive more clip highlights. There is a little advantage in sharpness when shooting this way in some situations, however the ultra-wide does not have an auto night mode. And it’s set to low by default. Dark shadows, blown out highlights, and dull hues appear in light photographs. When you switch to the specialised night mode, you’ll notice a significant improvement in both highlights and shadows, as well as improved colour saturation.

Selfies and Video quality :

            Selfies taken with the 16-megapixel front-facing camera aren’t particularly good. The shadows appear dark, the exposures might be brighter, and the detail for this resolution is lacking. The main camera can record video in up to 4K resolution at 30 frames per second. This footage is fantastic. With natural rendition, there is a lot of detail. The super wide camera shoots in 1080P and has vibrant colours and dramatic ranges. The DTO is in good shape. The resolution and dynamic range are enough for this application. However, the colours and contrast appear to be faded out. Electronic stabilisation is available on the main camera, even in 4k. It does a good job of smoothing out handshake and pans, and walking is reasonably fluid.

Battery endurance (5000mAh) and charging power (67W) tests:

            Another aspect we wanted to investigate was the difference in battery life, which might be influenced by the chipset. The xiaomi 11t and 11t pro both have a battery capacity of 5000 million mAh. With an Endurance score of 98 hours and our exclusive tests, this model’s battery life is slightly better. Even so, it’s not like night and day. The charging speed, on the other hand, is a completely different scenario. The Xiaomi 11T supports 67 Watt fast charging and comes with the necessary adaptor. It charges the phone quickly, from zero to 86 percent in half an hour. However, this is still significantly slower than the 120 Watt charging provided by the pro model.

Conclusion :

            So there you have it, the Xiaomi 11T. With a strong CPU, a 120 hertz, AMOLED stereo speakers, competitive cameras, and rapid charging, it’s a Flagship killer through and through. You’ll also have water resistance. In fact the 11T may be performing its job too well, posing a danger to its own sibling, the Xiaomi 11T Pro, which is far more expensive. And, despite the fact that charging is faster, the higher-tier chipset does not appear to bring with it any additional benefits. Other enhancements in terms of features. Finally, the Xiaomi 11T is a fantastic value bundle Mid Ranger that can compete with much more costly gadgets, and it’s well worth recommending.

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