Xiaomi has taken to its official UI telegram group to tell us some things about the upcoming Mi 11T and Redmi K40 Ultra.
For starters, they will downgrade the Mi 11T to a 120Hz screen refresh rate instead of using the same 144Hz panel that came with the Mi 10T series. This could show that the company is trying to cut costs so that they can make the successor an affordable device too without sacrificing too much on quality.
The best news here is that the phone is not only billed for the Indian market but a global launch out of the stables also.
If that interests you, then you will also love the addition of a 64MP main sensor on what seems to be a quad camera carrying device. For the chipset, a Dimensity 1200 will get the job done.
The Redmi K40 Ultra is essentially the same device that has been designed with the Chinese market in mind. So, we get the same specs in a lot of laces and some fine tuning to make sure Chinese users get the most of out of the unit.
In the camera department, the K40 series will get a 108MP main snapper instead – and that makes us jealous.