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Xiaomi’s recent announcement unveiled the new Xiaomi 11T series of smartphones. We have both the Xiaomi 11T and the Xiaomi 11T Pro, and they’re both made to instill and brew creativity from its user.

You may have come across the term “Cinemagic” that was used to describe what the Xiaomi 11T series of smartphones are all about. What you might have not realized is that both the Xiaomi 11T and the Xiaomi 11T Pro are using the exact same camera hardware, and they’re both capable of creating “Cinemagic” too.

Xiaomi 11T vs Xiaomi 11T Pro

The Xiaomi 11T is a power-phone

Those “Cinemagic” features aren’t locked behind the more expensive “Pro” variant of the series. Xiaomi brought the features and replicated them for the Xiaomi 11T too. We still have the exact same camera hardware – as mentioned earlier – with a main 108MP camera, an ultrawide angle camera, and also tele-macro camera, the Xiaomi 11T can capture great pictures and videos from completely different perspectives.

Xiaomi 11T Pro

Of course, it still has all the AI-powered tools to boost your creativity and productivity. I mean, we took a lot of pictures with the Xiaomi 11T too. Here are some that I took.

We can also create more cinematic videos with just a tap of a button as Xiaomi also packed in some AI cinema modes for us to use. We can create professional effects like Time Freeze, Magic Zoom, and other types of complicated shots with just our phone – and that’s also part of the “Cinemagic”.

More than just “Cinemagic”

The Xiaomi 11T also comes with a 6.67-inch 120Hz flat AMOLED screen and it also supports HDR10+ so that we can watch videos with blindingly beautiful visuals. But of course, this 120Hz is also great for gaming.

You see, when we tested the gaming performance of the Xiaomi 11T, we realized that the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 is a lot better and it can also run PUBG Mobile at 90fps out of the box. We didn’t do anything extra – we just installed it and it ran at 90fps.

It also has 480Hz touch sampling rate, so that all of our inputs are registered as fast as possible. Combined with the ability to run PUBG Mobile at 90fps, I think you’ll have an unfair advantage.

Plus, if you’re running out of battery, then you can also charge its massive 5,000mAh battery up to 100% in just about 40 minutes with its included 67W charger.

Where to buy?

There are multiple methods to get yourself the Xiaomi 11T. But, you better do it quickly because the there is a promotion going on that runs from 2nd to 4th October.

With every purchase of the Xiaomi 11T Pro (12GB RAM + 256GB), Xiaomi 11T (8GB RAM + 128GB storage), and Xiaomi 11T (8GB RAM + 256GB storage), you’ll get a free Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Basic (review here).

And exclusively for in-store purchases, you can stand a chance to win the new M TV P1 43″ (worth RM1,799) with every purchase of the Xiaomi 11T series from 2nd to 4th October.

  • Prices
    • Xiaomi 11T
      • 8GB RAM + 128GB storage @ RM 1,699
      • 8GB RAM + 256GB storage @ RM 1,899
    • Xiaomi 11T Pro
      • 8GB RAM + 128GB storage @ RM2,099
      • 12GB RAM + 256GB storage @ RM2,299

The Xiaomi 11T is available in different colors – Meteorite Gray, Moonlight White, and Celestial Blue.

Xiaomi 11T colors

Click here to head over to Xiaomi’s official store on Lazada and Shopee, or head to your nearest Authorized Xiaomi Store or Authorized Dealers from 2nd October onwards for more deals!


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