Xiaomi has just announced another cell phone focused on cost-effectiveness, the Redmi Note 11 4G. The product is a 5G-free model for the Note 11 line, announced by the company in October. However, despite the name, the device can easily be confused with the Redmi 10.
On the outside, the Redmi Note 11 4G looks like Xiaomi’s cheap model launched in August, but it has one less camera. In addition to a 50MP main sensor, the phone has an ultrawide 8MP and 2MP macro solution — the camera on the Redmi 10 that didn’t fit into the new device is the 2MP depth sensor.
The LCD screen has 6.5” and Full HD+ resolution, in addition to a 90 Hz frequency, which, to save energy, automatically adapts itself depending on the task performed by the user. Are you going to read on the device? The refresh rate drops to 45 Hz, for example. In videos, on the other hand, the number goes up to 60 Hz.
The top of the display also has a center hole to hold the 8 MP selfie camera.
Processor and battery
Inside, the Xiaomi smartphone has the Helio G88 processor, produced by MediaTek, working with up to 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. The battery is 5,000 mAh and leaves aside the impressive charging of the rest of the line, but brings a quick recharge.
The battery works with charging via 18W wire and also has reverse power, to charge other devices, from 9W. Xiaomi also ships a 22.5W charger in the device box.
As for the rest of the specifications, the Redmi Note 11 4G has a USB-C connection, headphone jack, a digital reader on the side and also an infrared blaster. The system is Android 11 with the MIUI 12.5 interface.