Xiaomi 11T Pro Price in Pakistan - Moblie Pricex

Xiaomi 11T Pro Price in Pakistan - Moblie Pricex

New smartphones in Pakistan were presented under the slogan " Kinomagiya is here — - Cinemagic. Xiaomi writes that the smartphone has a 108 MP pro-grade camera, and there are also soft presets that create different video effects. It is quite obvious that with such a set of characteristics, smartphones are primarily aimed at bloggers, tick tockers, and just anyone who cares that the smartphone has a good photo and video recording.
However, I prefer the slogan listed on the smartphone's English-language website. There Xiaomi 11T Pro goes under the heading "Breakthrough Performance", that is, breakthrough performance. This means that you get a very powerful smartphone (both in terms of bare performance and in terms of photo capabilities).
The slogan about breakthrough performance seems more correct to me, since even in the Camera app, the so-called "Movie Effects" are hidden in the "More" tab (where not everyone will look). In addition, they will need to be downloaded separately. And in general, they are not unique, as they were previously available on other Xiaomi smartphones.
However, given the price of 44,990 rubles, it is impossible not to admit that the smartphone has many strengths:
The Snapdragon 888 chipset + LPDDR5 RAM + UFS 3.1 storage is a flagship combination of hardware. The most powerful chipset, high-speed memory and storage.
120 Hz AMOLED screen with Dolby Vision support, support for more than 1 billion colors and a peak brightness of 1000 nits + Always-On function.
  • Protective glass Corning Gorilla Glass Victus .
  • 108 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP camera system with HDR10+shooting support.
  • 5000 mAh battery and 120W charging, from 0 to 100% in 17 minutes.
For the price typical for models of the "Medium+" price segment, Xiaomi 11T Pro buyers will receive a "flagship experience". The screen, camera and performance here are like those of models for 70+ thousand rubles. Of course, there is no free cheese here. In the "Conclusion" section, we will briefly analyze the difference between the 11T Pro and flagship smartphones for a lot of money.


A typical box, and the main highlight of the kit is 120W charging. If you have a laptop that charges via Type-C, then charging will become universal-both for a smartphone and for a laptop.

Total in the box:

  1. Smartphone
  2. 120W charging power
  3. Type-A to Type – C Cable
  4. Case
  5. Documentation
  6. Paper clip for SIM card tray


Xiaomi 11T Pro is a beautiful smartphone. Narrow frames, a bright and juicy AMOLED screen, and the back panel is made of frosted, "silk" to the touch glass. Perhaps the main distinguishing visual feature is the compact camera unit. I am very glad that manufacturers have moved away from the design, when the camera block was a mountain, because of which the smartphone could not even lie flat on the table.
In the hand, the smartphone feels nice: you can feel good materials-glass and aluminum. Weight — just over 200 grams. In general, 200 grams today is the standard weight of a good smartphone.
On the upper and lower ends there are speakers and an IR port. The smartphone can play Dolby Atmos audio, and it's also a collaboration with harman / kardon. The device is perfect for watching movies and TV shows. The sound is loud and moderately rich.
In conclusion, perhaps, we can say that the Xiaomi 11T Pro has quite a typical pre-premium design: aluminum, frosted glass, a screen with thin frames, a neat cutout for cameras. On the one hand, nothing special. On the other hand, everything is nice and elegant.


In the 11th series, it seems that all smartphones have smart screens that bypass the competition. In principle, in Russia we have one main competitor – this is Samsung. Samsung puts the screens in line with price positioning. Xiaomi just puts good prices on everyone. This is especially surprising in the case of Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite with a price of about 30 thousand rubles. Probably, in this way, the company wants to emphasize that only the best solutions are now available under the Xiaomi brand (Redmi and Poco cannot boast of such screens).

Well, Xiaomi 11T Pro even has a good screen status. Let's list the main features of the screen:

There is support for HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision. The latest standard, by the way, is quite rare for smartphones. Samsung doesn't have Dolby Vision, because Samsung is ideologically opposed. The company has its own HDR10+ standard, which it promotes in both smartphones and TVs.
The maximum brightness is stated to be 800 nits (824 nits by actual measurement). The peak brightness is 1000 nits.
The screen is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus. Best premium safety glass. Micro scratches, of course, will still appear. But the smartphone will survive the fall (with a high probability). Especially if it falls flat. The strength of the glass is enough to drive nails and prick nuts with the screen (this is not a joke, check out the review about Nokia XR20, where the same glass is used, but the manufacturer allowed you to smoke there).
There is Always-On screen support. It can be always on or on for 10 seconds (tap activation). You can set a work schedule. I like Xiaomi's Always-On service. A good selection of settings, plus you can create your own screen saver.
Other nice features include flicker elimination mode. And support for a wide DCI-P3 color gamut. Along the way, it should be noted that the color rendering accuracy is quite high.
The screen refresh rate is 120 Hz. It should be understood that 120 Hz works either when working with the menu, or in supported applications.
The touch processing frequency is 480 Hz. Super high screen responsiveness. Perfect for shooters.

Xiaomi has software "improvers" of the image. The SDR to HDR converter (sometimes works well, sometimes it's not noticeable at all, and sometimes it's "sour" — you need to match the content), there is also image improvement using AI (twists colors, generally not bad), there is a "soap" mode — MEMC, when frames are drawn (I'm not a fan) and there is an upscaling function for videos.

A small clarification. Peak brightness is the brightness that occurs on a small part of the screen when playing the corresponding content. For example, when shooting a movie, the director makes sure that a star shines brightly in the sky. And then the screen shines at 1000 nits for a couple of moments. The above actual brightness of 824 nits is available to the user in automatic screen mode. In manual mode, the maximum brightness is 495 nits. AMOLED screens are thin, so special algorithms work to protect them from burnout.

Opening hours

Here we will immediately start with the 120W adapter. It's big, but it really charges your smartphone in 17 minutes. This is impressive. But this speed is possible due to the technological features of the smartphone.

First, the 5000 mAh battery inside the smartphone is divided into 2 2500 mAh batteries each. And charge two batteries faster than one. I understand that such a statement may cause some polite surprise. But unfortunately, as part of the smartphone review, there's no time to get distracted by battery innovations and explain why.
Secondly, there is MTW. This means that the battery has multiple cathodes and anodes. Accordingly, a shorter path for current, less resistance and less heating. But at the same time, the battery can take more at the moment.
Third, Xiaomi uses graphene in its batteries. And it promises that the battery, without losing capacity, will last longer than a regular battery.
In the PCMark test, the smartphone showed 7.5 hours of screen life with the mobile network and Wi-Fi enabled. Accordingly, in everyday life, you can expect 6-7 hours of screen operation. This is quite a good indicator, considering that in the test the screen was at maximum manual brightness.
Playing Genshin Impact at 400 nits can discharge your smartphone in 5-5. 5 hours.


The smartphone has a Snapdragon 888 chipset, 8 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and a 256 GB UFS 3.1 drive. This is a fairly powerful combination of hardware, which will last at least 4 years to run any applications comfortably. The smartphone is great for gaming. The same Genshin Impact works perfectly at the highest settings at 60 fps.
Now the test results. In AnTuTu, the result is 744 thousand points. By the way, I recommend using Game Mode for games. Since initially AnTuTu smartphone showed a result of 686 thousand points, but after adding the test to Game Mode, the result became better consistent with the installed hardware.
Along the way, perhaps, I would like to note the good speed of memory, both operational and storage. By the way, pay attention to the difference in memory speed in normal and game mode – 50 thousand against 30 thousand Mb/s.
And finally-the 3DMark test, a comparison with the Galaxy S21 and iPhone 12 Pro Max.


The smartphone has a curious set of cameras. When I was preparing the material, I found a question in spam that came from a reader. Asks: why do I need a hole next to the flashes on the camera block? If you are also interested in this, then the answer is simple: This is an optional microphone designed to improve audio recording when shooting videos.
The main lens is 108 MP. It is assisted by an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera and a 5-megapixel telemacro camera.
The camera uses pixel-binning technology, so the final frame is 12 MP in size.

The camera interface is familiar.

Xiaomi separately notes the "Delete 2.0" option, when using artificial intelligence you can delete, for example, people who are caught in the frame. For Instagram, the function will work. But if you need to print a photo, it is better to use Photoshop. That's how it works:
I was very satisfied with the smartphone's camera. Considering that the Xiaomi 11T Pro also has a gorgeous screen, the photos look great on the smartphone. Although, of course, the "wide-angle" would like to be more powerful.

However, with good lighting, the shots are good.

A few examples of daytime photography. St. Petersburg and Vyborg always make you happy. I especially liked how the pedestrian crossing was made in Vyborg. The soul rejoices in bright colors. Take a look, you'll like it too.
I really liked the algorithms of night shooting. For night photography, stationary objects at short and medium distances are best suited. But a beautiful view of the night city from the bridge could not be done with your hands: you need a tripod here!

Communication features

Wi-Fi 6 + Wi-Fi 6 distribution, NFC, VoLTE, VoWiFi – everything is there. The operation of satellite navigation is fast, only the battery is eaten up even faster in the "Navigator" mode. In the afternoon, the smartphone "left" in 5 hours (by the way, it's funny that this figure is stated by Xiaomi itself).
After purchasing a smartphone, do not forget to specify your preferred 4G network type in the settings, not 5G.


As a result, Xiaomi 11T Pro is an excellent, solidly built smartphone that can be recommended for purchase. The user will get almost flagship performance, a great screen and a good camera. What is the difference from flagships for a lot of money? There is no IP68 protection (against water), a fingerprint scanner on the side surface, and the cameras, of course,are at the level of flagships, but not this year, but rather 2020. At the same time, the language will not turn to say that Xiaomi is lying. For its price, the Xiaomi 11T Pro is truly breakthrough performance.
Xiaomi 11T Pro Price in Pakistan - Moblie Pricex
Xiaomi 11T Pro Price in Pakistan - Moblie Pricex
But there is a problem with competitors from new products, since taking into account its technical characteristics, the smartphone stands in proud solitude. For example, there is the new Nova 9 from Huawei. With its cameras, performance, and screen, Xiaomi wins. But if you take all the smartphones on the market, I would put a competitor OnePlus 9 12/256 GB, which is slightly cheaper, but it has better cameras and more memory, although the screen, of course, loses.

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