The Xiaomi 11T Pro camera configuration is a tri-camera from a 108+8+5 Megapixel sensor. Each sensory is wide -angle, ultra -wide -angle and telematics with a variety of exciting video recording modes. The selfie camera is 16 Megapixels.
The battery of the device is 5000mAh with 120W fast charging support which can charge the device around 17 minutes from 0%-100%. Also available is NFC, 5G, infrared sensor support and the device runs MIUI 12.5.4 based on Android 11.
Above is the Harmon/Kardon logo, speaker lattice, microphone hole and also infrared sensor. Below is also more or less the same only there is no sensor and logo, but there is a USB-C port for charging and data transfer as well as a SIM card slot. On the right side there is a power button that also serves as a fingerprint scanner and a volume button. The left side is nothing, the upper front has a lattice for the earpiece with a thin bezel screen design as well as a selfie camera in the form of a hole on the screen.
On the back of the device there is a camera module and the Xiaomi logo. The device is slightly curved at the back which gives a little extra grip. It feels slick, but because of its design it is comfortable enough for long -term use. The arrangement of the stereo speakers is also quite good which does not prevent the first video streaming and play sessions.
The annoying advertising issue is arguably gone, but Xiaomi replaced it by promoting the use of their digital services. An example I receive is that it regularly issues reminders to use Carousel Wallpapers. Ads even if there are none, users have to deactivate them themselves just a little tedious.
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Premiers And Benchmarks
Playing for the first time on the Xiaomi android is no problem. It doesn’t matter if the Asphalt 9 has the highest settings, or even plays a light start in the long run – the device has no heating problems like most other devices in the same class.
Although the benchmark score was found to be slightly lower than we expected. But this is a reasonable score for a Snapdragon 888 device with 8GB of RAM. AnTuTu recorded a score of 652,680 and Geekbench 5 recorded a score of 1069/3037. This is a satisfactory amount, but if 12GB of RAM will definitely be higher or if there is a Memory Extension. Just keep in mind as always, this score is a mere number; and the actual usage experience is even more important.
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