Xiaomi 11T Global Version 6.67" 120hz AMOLED 8GB 128GB for US$389 or ~A$552.24 Delivered (Hong Kong Stock) @ Banggood


Xiaomi 11T Global Version 6.67 inch 120Hz AMOLED 8GB 128GB Dimensity 1200 Ultra 67W Fast Charge NFC Octa Core 5G Smartphone - Other Area Version for $US389 or ~$AU552.24 Delivered after the coupon has been applied.

Meteorite Gray Color Only

Coupon : BG9a98bb

see GSMArena for a review

Partial Specifications below

Model: Xiaomi 11T Global Version (8GB+128GB)

* 2G: GSM B2/B3/B5/B8
* 3G: WCDMA: B1/2/4/5/8/19
* 4G: LTE FDD: B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/18/19/20/26/28/32/66
* LTE TDD: B38/40/41/42
* 5G: n1/n3/n5/n7/n8/n20/n28/n38/n40/n41/n66/n77/n78

SIM Card Slots: Dual SIM, dual standby, Nano SIM

*5G connectivity may vary based on regional availability and local operator support.


  • OS: MIUI 12.5 (Based on Android 11)
  • CPU: MediaTek Dimensity 1200 Ultra Octa Core, up to 3.0GHz
  • GPU: Mali GPU, up to 886MHz
  • ROM: 128GB UFS 3.1
  • Card Extend: Not Support


  • Display Size: 6.67 inch flat AMOLED DotDisplay, 20:9
  • Type: FHD+ Capacitive Touch Screen
  • Resolution: 2400*1080 pixels
  • Features: Aspect ratio: 20:9, Over 1 billion colors, TrueColor display, Brightness: HBM 800 nits(typ), 1000 nits peak brightness (typ), Contrast ratio: 5,000,000:1 (typ), AdaptiveSync: 60Hz/120Hz, HDR10+, Sunlight mode 3.0, Reading mode 3.0, Corning Gorilla Glass Victus front, Touch sampling rate: up to 480Hz

Rear Camera

  • Triple Back camera: 108MP + 8MP + 5MP triple rear camera
  • 108MP wide-angle camera

Front Camera: 16MP in-display selfie camera

Battery & Charging

  • Battery: 5000mAh(typ) Built in high-capacity battery
  • Quick Charge: 67W wired fast charging
  • Charge Interface: Type-C
  • Charger Type: EU Type

WIFI: Wi-Fi 6

VoLTE: Whether you can use VoLTE depends on the local carriers.

Audio: Dual speakers, Dolby Atmos

Size & Weight

  • Product Size:
  • Product Weight: 203g

Packing List

1 x Xiaomi 11T global version smartphone
1 x USB Type-C cable
1 x Protective case
1 x EU charger
1 x SIM eject tool

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  • +14

    Not sure about performance but the MTK based phones generally don't get any custom ROMs.

    • +7

      Yep thats right, the source code isnt released by mediatek so its very difficult to develop for it

    • +3

      Which phones even get custom ROMS these days? Not even the most popular phones have dedicated ROM communities anymore. Unless everyone migrated from XDA to somewhere else I am unaware of?

      • +4

        As someone who's been putting ROMs on almost every phone dating back to ~2012, yeah :(, it seems like that's the case — custom ROMs are clearly becoming less necessary and less popular than in years past.

        XDA is still the place to go, and Snapdragon-equipped Xiaomi/Redmi/Poco and Oneplus devices get the most custom ROM support by far. I just migrated from WaveOS 11 to ArrowOS 12 on my Poco X3 NFC!

        There are a few Snapdragon Xiaomi phones that don't get many ROMs, so it's best to check the particular device's forum before buying if you're keen.

        Pixel phones also generally get some ROMs but the 6 might not be the best for modding since it's running a new Google SOC. Outside of these, anecdotally it seems like midrange phones that are popular in India get good ROM support; there's a huge android community there

        • @n00bchicken Why would you say less necessary?
          I've ordered one of these and would like to keep it updated for several years and Xiaomi probably won't upgrade past Andriod 12.
          I'm really not keen on the hassle of installing a custom ROM but as far as I know that's the only way to keep it updated, and easier to do now than later on.

          • @Dacs: Edit - It's the Poco F3 I've ordered, which probably won't get past Android 12 but that I'd like to keep updated for several years.

          • +1

            @Dacs: Manufacturer software was more annoying 5+ years ago - often clunky, bloated, and not running the newest Android version.

            Android also used to have fewer features built in - simple stuff like like screen-off flashlight shortcuts, double tap to wake, swapping the order of buttons, customising quick settings, etc. would all be reasons to root and/or flash a ROM.

            That combined with phones being slower and new android versions making bigger changes made switching to a ROM a bigger upgrade than it is nowadays.

            With that being said, it's still fun and provides customisation options, plus as you say eventually once the manufacturer drops support it's a way of getting new Android versions. It's worth the hassle for me, usually takes me a couple of hours in total to research and install the ROMs. I'm sure the Poco F3 will have heaps of ROMs available for years to come; it's very popular

            With Xiaomi, it's good to keep in mind that you need to 'request' to unlock the bootloader (a necessary step for flashing a ROM) and it takes about 3 days for them to allow you to

      • One of the only selling points of Xiaomi phones is the SD models can usually be unlocked and can get custom ROMs.

      • +1

        The custom rom development scene is still alive and kicking in big numbers.
        But you need to visit Telegram now to find it.

        Unfortunately, XDA discourage telegram links in their forums so it rarely gets mention there.

        • So how will I find the relative telegram groups for each dedicated phone for example? XDA is my go to place. I have been using Custom ROMS since 2011 pretty much. Still using my Pixel 2 XL and going strong with a custom ROM, but it's starting to show its age and most new phones I plan to buy, their sub-forums are basically dead other than TWRP discussions or Magisk root discussions.

          • @Fyrelor: Can only suggest searching for your device names, and/or codenames.

            Many of the custom ROMs also have their their own channels for announcements and support, so you can search for them too.

  • Isn't air freight from HK stopped?

    • I thought it was people from Aus going to HK .. not goods going from HK to aus

      • It may also affected


        "In less than six weeks, Hong Kong has imposed flight bans on 24 routes. The latest affect the likes of Air Canada, Air India and Philippines AirAsia, but Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific has borne the brunt of these measures.

        When the authorities tightened rules and voided quarantine-related exemptions for flight crews late last year, management announced it might be forced to merge passenger and cargo flight schedules, but after further restrictions on 30 December, the airline announced it was suspending all longhaul cargo flights – freighters and passenger aircraft deployed on cargo missions – for seven days."

  • +1

    Do not trust this company… I ordered poco x3 pro from Australia warehouse and it's been 2 weeks and no updates at all had to contact amarex who said yes we have your tracking information but the actual parcel is not in our system… so then I spoke to banggood online chat and they say oh I'm sorry we will follow it up for you if it's still not delivered by the 21st we will full refund but then that's 28 days to get my phone from au warehouse if it even arrives…. I've gotten items from HK quicker…. so now I'm wondering have they even bothered to pack and send my phone or they just lazy or ran out of stock… who knows…

    • https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/1/5/hong-kong-bans-fligh...

      This is why, good luck order from Hong Kong.

      • Mine is Australia warehouse

        • OK, sometime I found that they may have over sold Aussie stock but still accept orders , so have to wait for next overseas batch

          • @superforever: Well they've given it until Jan 21 then they will refund so that's good

    • Yeah mine was meant to arrive on the 3rd and it's just stuck in the aramex machine now apparently. Covid or not, Banggood sucks.

      But i kinda knew that going in…

      • Yeah useless

      • I don't care if it takes a while but Banggood says is in transit yet aramex said is not even in their system just the tracking number…..

      • +1

        I spoke a bit too soon though, mine came today! Good unit so far. Does the job.

        • How long total was that @krunchymoses

        • ?

  • -1

    The only feature that matters. Unlisted.

    No custom ROM means Permissionless Location Tracking is in-built.

  • "VoLTE: Whether you can use VoLTE depends on the local carriers."

    So basically ..

    (A) it doesn't work

    (B) isn't it up to the manufacturer to include the right settings in the software for volte compatibility

    • It works on 2 of our 3 local telco networks.
      The third implements a whitelist of approved devices.

      That's the current state as far as I know.

  • Good morning

    The goods come in from overseas and are dispatched from a distribution warehouse in Australia. At this time they have not yet supplied the order to us for transit

    Regards Sonya
    Aramex (Adelaide)


  • +1

    Why buy this over POCO F3?

    • Very true

  • WOW SO I missed their delivery so now I've got to wait for them to drop it at the collection point which could be tonight or tomorrow… I guess it's nice they didn't just leave it out for anyone but how useless not one tracking update until they try to deliver it…. now just have to wait until I can go collect and hope it is a decent phone after all this

  • should be picking up tomorrow from courier drop point

  • Finally got it but thinking about getting the F3 but worried about this supposed ban???

    • I must be out of the loop. What ban?

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