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Unboxing, Design, 120W Charging Test, 120Hz AMOLED Display Test, 120FPS Game Test with FPS Counter, Harman Kardon Dual-Speaker Test, Battery mAh Drain, Heat Test, AnTuTu Benchmark v9, Geekbench 5 and 3DMARK Wild Life Run, and Camera test (in-Depth Pics/Vids/Day/Night) – This is my Detailed Review of the Xiaomi 11T Pro.

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00:00 – Unboxing the Device & Price (Global)
01:19 – Design, Build and included Case
01:53 – Battery Specs & 120W Charging Test
02:33 – Other Hardware Specs
03:00 – Back Cameras Specs & Picture and Video Review
07:00 – External Features
07:26 – Selfie Camera Specs & Picture and Video Review
08:38 – Fingerprint Sensor, AOD, Wallpapers, and Face Unlock
09:14 – Display Features Incl. 120Hz Refresh Rate Test
10:30 – Software Overview (MIUI12.5 + Android 11)
10:58 – Haptics & Speaker Test (Music & Gaming) vs other phones
11:59 – Gaming Software and 120FPS Gaming Test with FPS Counter (Genshin Impact / Bullet Force / Real Racing 3)
13:05 – Benchmarks (AnTuTu v9, Geekbench & 3DMARK), Battery Drain and Heat Test (Compared to others)
14:40 – Final Verdict

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33 thoughts on “Xiaomi 11T Pro UNBOXING and Detailed REVIEW – Taking Charge. d technology pro”

  1. You say it's Gorilla glass 5 back but other reviewers like Flossy Carter says it's plastic. Can you confirm which is it? Also does it comes with Play store and all google apps?

  2. I don't understand, Xiaomi 11 Ultra is supposed to be the last edition…
    But here were have xiaomi 11T pro… isn't this supposed to be the edition just before Mi 11 Ultra

  3. A great phone with better specs, but I like the cameras of MI 10 Pro.. Bro what specific place you're living in? I do like the ambience of the place you've featured in your sampled videos and photos of Xioami 11T pro.. such really a beautiful place with rains and windy as background too.

  4. Man.. that Redmagic is the Dark Horse but now is also the Achilles Heel and the true uncrowded king .. literally out of nowhere ZTE..

    Xiaomi is however, seemingly, going to take over as soon as mainstream people realise they're paying way too much for iPhone and Samsung

  5. xiaomi are absolutely killing it.
    heading for no.1.
    i have a mi10t lite.
    got it in sale for £159.
    absolutely unbelievable value for money.
    if you're in the market for an android, check them out. you can't go wrong.
    Miui 12.5 super slick. All ads disabled in 2 minutes.

  6. Why is 888 underperforming in benchmark? (Anandtech)

    "The Snapdragon 888 in the 11T Pro in these benchmarks is never using the Cortex-X1 cores of the SoC. Instead, pretty much the totality of the tests is being performed on the 2.41GHz A78 cores. If this sounds familiar to you, it’s because we saw some kind of similar behaviour on the OnePlus 9 Pro.

    What’s happening on the 11T Pro is that indeed it seems any anonymous workload on the phone is mostly unable to be scheduled on the X1 cores, unless there’s multiple threads which causes spill-over. Without CPU affinity in my SPEC harness, the load gets also scheduled on the A78 cores. If I limit it to just the X1 core, it only goes up to 2.15GHz. In GeekBench, the ST workloads do go up to 2.84GHz even in an anonymised variant of the test, however in the MT load the X1 cores again are limited to 2.15GHz. The X1 cores are still being used here and there in scenarios such as opening apps, but otherwise rarely so.

    I can’t really tell if it’s extreme battery optimisation or not, but it’s quite aggressive and the Snapdragon 888 here is definitely handicapped in terms of behaviour."

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