Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Specs, Features And When It Could Launch Worldwide

    Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

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    The Chinese company Xiaomi has announced that they will be debuting a new generation of phones at the end of January. The Redmi Note 11 is said to go global around this time, so we’re looking forward with great anticipation!

    The Redmi devices are not the flashy and expensive ones that you might expect from Xiaomi – but they’re still very popular thanks to their large screens and often-impressive specs.

    In China, the Redmi Note 11 launched alongside a Pro and Pro Plus model, each with better features than the last device.

    launch anticipation has been built for Redmi Note 11 phones, which could continue the trend of impressive aspects like big batteries and fast charging. These new devices also have high-res cameras that will make your photos look even better than ever before!

    We don’t know if they will come out worldwide, but here’s what you can expect from them.

    Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Release date and price

    The globally-schooled Redmi Note 11 series is launching on January 26th, so it won’t be long until we see the devices elsewhere.

    Although the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus was launched in India, we did not see it come to other regions. This is because this phone does not always launch globally – top-top level phones like these are typically only available within their home soil for instance with no global availability whatsoever.

    The Redmi phones are priced according to their specifications, so it’s hard to say how much the newest model will cost. However we can look at older models for an idea: The 10 5G version of this phone costs $250/£209 (around AU$ 380) and has 128GB storage capacity, so it’s not a good point of comparison).

    The Redmi Note 10 Pro costs $299 / £269 (roughly AU$390) for 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage, so we could see the new phone go on sale around this much.

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    Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Design and display

    The Redmi Note 11 has one weak point a 6.6-inch LCD screen with a 1080 x 2400 resolution and 90Hz refresh rate, and it could be the limiting factor for potential buyers as they are not always impressed by low-quality displays in today’s high tech world

    That’s not the case with the Note 11 Pro and Pro Plus though, The Note 11 Pro and Plus have a 6.67-inch, Super AMOLED display with the same resolution as their larger sibling but 120Hz refresh rates to provide more fluid moving images on your screen when playing games or watching videos instead of sluggish response times that can be seen in some other devices equipped by lower-quality displays

    The bright max brightness level (1200 nits) means you’ll never struggle to see what’s going inside one no matter how dark it gets outside which is especially useful during those late-night studying sessions

    The three Redmi Note 11 phones look near-identical to one another with an interesting design change from previous models in that they lack any edge whatsoever. Instead, this latest series has a flat surface along all four sides which gives it more of an Apple iPhone feel than other smartphones on the market today but is unlike anything else available nowadays!

    The design similarities are most noticeable on the camera bump, as all three devices have a similar module with one large and three small lenses – while standard Note 11 actually only has two smaller ones you wouldn’t be able to tell from looking at it from a distance.

    All the phones come equipped with IP53 rated dust and moisture protection, as well a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for quick access.

    The Redmi Note 11 comes in black, blue, or green, and while the Pro and Pro Plus also get a purple option, the top-end model doesn’t come in blue.

    Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Cameras and battery life

    In what’s becoming a theme for the Redmi Note 11 family, the base model is quite a different package compared to the Pro and Pro Plus models, and that’s the case with the cameras as well as the display.

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    The Redmi Note 11 has a 50MP main camera but it also comes with an 8MP ultra-wide there are only two rear cameras. While that might not seem like a lot, Redmi phones (and other budget mobiles too)  We don’t expect the camera on this phone to be any less than your average smartphone, despite having fewer lenses.

    The Redmi Note 11 Pro and Pro Plus get better snappers though, They have a 108MP main camera with the same 8MP ultra-wide and 2MP  Macro lens as before, but it’s different than typical macro lenses used in 2021 Xiaomi phones. We saw this pairing previously on some models from last year that had 5 MP sensors instead (although not all at once).

    This lens is the perfect choice for taking pictures of small objects, like plants or tiny items of food.

    The three phones all have 16MP front-facing cameras for selfies, which are housed in a ‘punch hole’ cutout at the center top of their displays.

    This is one of the few instances where the Pro and Pro Plus have different specs. The battery specs are slightly different between the Pro and Plus models.

    The standard Redmi Note 11’s 5,000mAh power pack charges at 33W which makes it a little bit slower than competing budget phones and other devices in this range.

    The large 5,160mAh battery on the Redmi Note 11 Pro is one of its most interesting features. It also charges quickly with 67W power output! But the real charging beast is the Note 11 Pro Plus, with 120W powering, and Xiaomi says this will power the battery in just 15 minutes.

    The downside? Well, the battery is smaller as a result at just 4500mAh. So it likely won’t last quite as long as its other model Note 11 Pro.

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    Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Performance, specs, and software

    MediaTek is the processor of choice for Xiaomi’s new Redmi Note 11 phones. This time around, you won’t find any Qualcomm chips in these devices – previous Redmi devices have used its tech, but not the new ones.

    The Note 11 uses the Density 810, while the Note 11 Pro and Pro Plus use the Density 920,  they’re all mid-rangers though.

    We’ve used the Density 920. In our experience, the phone was totally fit for purpose though not quite powerful enough to be considered one of top tier devices. Saying that though these are budget phones so this shouldn’t come as much surprise!

    In China, each phone has 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage (the Note 11 also has a 4GB of RAM option, but only with 128GB of storage). There is a chance that Redmi will offer different configurations between regions.

    The Redmi Note 11 family has been using Android 11, but it’ll likely be getting the newest build of Google’s operating system when they go global.

    The new phone will come with MIUI, which is Xiaomi’s Android fork. We’ve previously liked this software because of its wide range of customization features but found that it was still buggy too!

    The Redmi Note 11 launch was a chance for the brand to highlight its dedication to high-quality audio. They pointed out that they’ve turned their speakers by Harman Kardon, which means you’ll be able to enjoy clear sound no matter where you are in relation with them – whether close or far away! There’s also a 3.5mm jack if wired headphones aren’t enough and Bluetooth is there so people can use wireless cans instead of cables on occasion too

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