On Thursday, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi held a conference and officially released three mobile phones: Redmi Note11, Note11 Pro and Note11Pro +.
At the beginning of the conference, Lu Weibing, general manager of Redmi, said that, at present, Mi Home has covered 80% of the counties in China, and the 10,000th Mi Home will be opened in Shenzhen. At the same time, the worldwide cumulative sales volume of the Redmi Note series has exceeded 240 million units.
The cheapest model of the lot is the Redmi Note 11, but the price betrays the specs. The device has a lower mid-range Dimensity 810 5G processor, while the Note11 Pro series is the first to host the MediaTek 9205G processor.
The Redmi Note11 is equipped with a 6.6-inch 90Hz LCD panel, and a 5,000mAh battery to keep the device powered for a long time. Redmi says the new phone also sports 33W charging, capable of fully charging the phone in a respectable 62 minutes. Photography fanatics will be glad to see an 8MP ultra-wide camera alongside the 50MP primary sensor on the new phone.
The Redmi Note 11 Pro is equipped with a 108 MP primary camera and a 6.67-inch AMOLED screen produced by Samsung. The panel operates at up to 120 Hz, has a 360 Hz touch sampling rate and a small punch-hole for a front-facing camera. The Pro variant packs a 108MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 2MP macro shooter.
In terms of batteries, the Note 11 Pro is equipped with 5160mAh batteries and supports 67W fast charging. The Note11Pro + is equipped with a 4500mAh battery, which supports 120W fast charging.
In terms of selling price, Redmi Note 11 sells for 1199 yuan ($187) to 1699 yuan. Redmi Note 11Pro sells for 1599 yuan to 2099 yuan. Note 11Pro + costs 1899 yuan to 2299 yuan.