John Green The Xiaomi 11T Pro has a shiny back that you can use as a mirror. The glossy surface is susceptible to get grimy quickly, with greasy prints, and some light scratches on the near bottom end. To avoid these, you can slap a case of your liking. Around the front, its Gorilla Glass Victus coating display, which despite being drop-resistant, scratches up easily. The phone is also not waterproof. The side-mounted fingerprint sensor is impressively responsive as expected, for unlocking your device. The Xiaomi phone has a lot of pre-installed apps and bloatware that thankfully, you can remove to free some space. Xiaomi guarantees three years of Android OS updates and four years of security updates. One low blow on the 11T Pro is the absence of MicroSD memory cards to bump up your 128GB or 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. The 6.67-inch AMOLED screen is one of the highlights of the 11T Pro. You get sharp and crisp visuals as that quad HD panel on the Mi 11 flagships. The Dolby Vision support, which is rare at this price point, ensures your streaming sessions will shine with rich tones and lifelike pictures. You will enjoy 120Hz support for any app that can handle it. The dual speakers are also impressive, as they deliver a punchy stereo style experience without headphones. There is Dolby Atmos on board and Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity for better file sharing and connection strength. The vapour chamber coolant ensures the phone does not overheat when playing heavy-impact games for long sessions with the Snapdragon 888 chipset. Thanks to the 120Hz refresh rate, the gaming experience on the device is smooth. It is also a 5G-capable phone. Battery life is decent, with a generous 5000 mAh cell. You can easily cruise past six to seven hours of screen time. The phone supports 120-watt mega charging, which comes in the box, refuelling from 0 to 100 in just 20 minutes. On the optic department, you get a 108MP primary lens, 8MP ultra-wide-angle shooter and 5MP macro snapper at the back. Videos can be captured up to 8k resolution with an image stabilisation feature. At the front is the 20MP selfie camera with impressive portrait mode. At the price of Sh90,000, you get that worthy performance, great for gaming with cooling tech, a gorgeous Dolby vision display, brilliant battery life and fast recharge speeds, and a dependable enough everyday camera.