With the Xiaomi 11T Pro and 11T, the Chinese manufacturer is once again trying to establish itself by offering an advanced technical sheet at an affordable price. Following its Pro variant for the less efficient, it’s the 11T’s turn to go through our labs.
Although heavily inspired by the Xiaomi 11T Pro, this 11T manages to make a force of its main difference, while being more affordable. It still offers a good finish and a high-quality screen, but logically provides less raw power than its brother under the Snapdragon 888. This drop in speed still has an advantage: it allows it to be much more enduring, which can be more important for a majority of users. It certainly recharges a little slower than the Pro, but the difference remains negligible on a daily basis. The icing on the cake, the software photo processing seems less supported and delivers a more reliable result in the daytime. A really good model in its price range.
- High quality OLED panel.
- Efficient chip in multitasking and games.
- Well-made wide-angle module.
- Very good autonomy.
- Fast charging at 67W.
- Messy back.
- No waterproof certification or microSD port.
- Disappointing ultra-wide angle module.
Realme GT Master Edition
Contrary to many people’s beliefs, the Realme GT Master is not an “easy” version of the Realme GT. The smartphone performs well in all respects – usually as it benefits from most of the technical sheet from the latest flagship of the Chinese company. The compromises made on a par with its chipset moderately affect the performance of the device and its autonomy has the luxury of being better. Ultimately, this GT Master is a great alternative to the Realme GT as well as to models located in the same price segment.