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Xiaomi 11T Pro review: fast charging has a new meaning

“The Mi 11T Pro is one of the winners of this 2021. It is a device of 10 in almost all sections”


  • 120W fast charge

  • Excellent display

  • Flawless performance

  • Cameras that comply


  • Design a bit rough

  • It has no wireless charging

Xiaomi devours the Android market and has no shortage of weapons to do so. The manufacturer has an extensive catalog with a value for money that is difficult to beat by the competition, as well as not skimping on innovation.

In this sense, the new Xiaomi 11T Pro, the first device on the market with a 120 W fast charging system, leaves us speechless.

You want to know more? I tell you all about this powerful phone in our in-depth review.

Familiar design, but with a vibrant screen

The Xiaomi 11T Pro has a design very similar to that of the devices that the manufacturer has launched recently, especially the Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Ultra.

Overall, the device has a simple and understated design, with curved lines, but a flat screen. The camera module does not protrude too much from the rear and is very well integrated into the equipment, which makes it look balanced at first glance.

The phone is protected by a sheet of Gorilla Glass Victus glass that is included in a secondary frame and that, together with the metal edge, delimits the terminal. The fact of having these double frames is something that is not usually seen much and that could give the feeling that the device is not well finished and that its design is somewhat crude.

Bodes aside, the device feels good in hand, it is not too heavy (204 grams), just a bit slippery like almost all glass finished phones, but with a correct and functional design.

One of the strengths of the phone is its screen, which, as with the Mi 11, dazzles. It is a 6.67-inch AMOLED panel with FullHD + resolution.

The screen performs very well in all scenarios (even with the sun shining on it directly), not only because it has an excellent maximum brightness level (800 nits), but because it arrives very well calibrated from the factory.

Another feature of this panel is that it offers an adaptive refresh rate of 60 to 120 Hz. With this maximum rate, the user experience when playing games or even navigating the phone’s own interface is very fluid. The best thing is that the device is capable of adapting the rate depending on what we do, which allows us to save a lot of battery.

Finally, note that the fingerprint sensor is not on the screen but on the right side of the phone. While this location may more or less appeal, the sensor performs very well, is accurate and very fast.

Stem: Snapdragon 888 per flag

The phone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, a chip thanks to which it performs well. The performance is smooth on a day-to-day basis, even for those who use the device a lot and do not skimp on loading it with tasks.

Xiaomi 11T

If you check your social networks, take photos, use apps productivity, you play multimedia content in streamig and you play the phone you will be able to with everything to a great extent and almost at the same time.

A “hyperfast” charge

The biggest draw of this phone is its 120W charging system, which the company has dubbed HyperCharge. The Xiaomi 11T Pro has set precedents with this charging system and leaves the 65 W of the competition far behind.

Xiaomi 11T

According to our tests, the charging system is capable of making the 5,000 mAh battery and dual cell system (to avoid damage) go from 1 to 100 percent in just 18 minutes. Also, in just 7 minutes the device was able to charge to 60 percent; undoubtedly, figures that completely change the paradigm of mobile charging.

Xiaomi includes the 120 W charger in the phone box, whose market price is 50 euros and with which you can even resupply laptops. During the charging tests the device did not get hot, however the charger did increase its temperature considerably.

Finally, the phone with a full charge and with a fairly exhaustive use manages to get through the full day of autonomy without any problem.

Cameras that comply

The phone has a triple camera with a 108 MP main lens, a 5 MP telemacro (which allows macro in video) and an 8 MP ultra wide angle. The front camera is 16 MP.

Results in good natural light are good, with very realistic color reproduction without intensifying or saturating colors. The dynamic range is balanced as well, although shooting in HDR is sometimes better to avoid burning out higher lights.

In the case of indoor photos with artificial light or poor lighting, we find loss of sharpness and the presence of noise, but all within expectations. The same happens with the night mode, which meets what is expected in a phone in this range: good results, although with some shortcomings when reproducing textures and containing light sources.

The 108 MP sensor has a dedicated section to activate it within the app of the camera. With this mode you can obtain photos with high resolution, but that take up a lot of space in the memory of the device.

The Xiaomi 11T Pro macro mode is excellent, as it has not presented any difficulty in focusing at a distance of 3 cm. The same goes for portrait mode, with a good level of cropping and sharpness and brightness to spare.


The Mi 11T Pro is one of the winners of this 2021. It is a device of 10 in almost all sections; perhaps a bit of design innovation and a more polished finish would have made it the perfect phone, but it’s impossible not to recommend it to anyone asking for the best value for money phone to buy.

This device It has a price of 649 euros for the model with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, and 699 euros for the model with 256 GB of storage; the 12 GB RAM version costs 749 euros. These prices, added to its features, make it one of the toughest rivals to beat in today’s Android market.

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