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New Xiaomi 11T series render leaks: Triple rear cameras, colorways on show

This may be our best look at Xiaomi's upcoming phones yet.

Published onSeptember 1, 2021

Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G logo on back closeup
  • An official-looking render of Xiaomi’s upcoming 11T series has leaked.
  • The phones could seemingly sport similar styling with internal differences.
  • Xiaomi is due to host a launch event on September 15.

We’ve seen leaked specs and little else relating to the forthcoming Xiaomi 11T series. However, a new official-looking render may have given us the best look at the devices yet.

Stemming from 91Mobiles and leaker Ishan Agarwal, the render was reportedly sourced from an over-eager retail listing of the devices. The report suggests that while the Xiaomi 11T and 11T Pro may include different core specs, but they could share similar styling.

So what are the most apparent physical features? Well, a blacked-out camera array houses three cameras at the rear. Two are larger than the third, while an ovular flash sits alongside the middle sensor. The camera branding is also visible, pointing to a 108MP main camera. While 91Mobiles believes both phones could sport a 108MP sensor, previous leaks suggest that the 11T may arrive with a 64MP OmniVision sensor instead. That same leak suggests an 8MP wide-angle camera and a 3x telemacro shooter could also feature on the device.

Other details to note are a center-mounted punch-hole shooter up front, a slim loudspeaker running along the bezel just above it, and a volume rocker/power button set on the phone’s right-hand flank. Colorways on show include Meteorite Gray, Celestial Blue, and Moonlight White.

Beyond the design, previous leaks have shed light on the phones’ internals. The Xiaomi 11T is said to bring a MediaTek SoC. Its Pro sibling is rumored to include a Snapdragon 888 SoC with 120W charging and a 5,000mAh battery. Both phones are believed to wear 120Hz OLED panels.

Xiaomi is hosting a launch event on September 15 which could see the debut of the firm’s 11T series, too.

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