Xiaomis 11T Pro has caught up with the flagships with an excellent display, a lot of power and the extreme 120 watt charge. Now offers us the trustworthy dismantling source PBKreviews with his latest video a glimpse into the inner workings of the 11T Pro.
When the rear glass plate pops out, a whole host of screws come to light. After loosening, the mainboard and the cameras are exposed. The plastic cover over the cameras houses the NFC module, antenna cables and a large graphite foil strip that sits over the battery. The 11T Pro has a dual battery structure, with each module connected via its own cable.
The mainboard houses a rather sophisticated cooling system with graphene foil, thermal paste and copper tape that holds the Snapdragon 888 chipset saved from death by heat. Several brackets and connection cables later the tester manages to separate the double battery using the pull tabs supplied.
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The underside of the battery compartment is equipped with even more graphite foil and a copper vapor chamber, which is understandable in view of the 120 watt fast charging technology of the smartphone.