Few days ago, the head of Redmi and vice president of Xiaomi took to his Weibo page to announced the coming of its next smartphone. As usual with the company, he did not reveal which model they intend to announce. But he gave a hint.
The post itself is accompanied by a photo from the presentation of the Redmi Note 10 5G in China. It is quite logical that many began to speculate that the company will often make announcements and is already ready to show Redmi Note 11. How close this guess is to the actual state of affairs, we will find out soon enough. There is a chance that even before the announcement, the company will let you know which smartphone it intends to show.
No much information on the technical equipment of the new products of the Redmi Note 11 series. Also, rumors and suggestions have it that the company is expected to announce Redmi Note 11 and Redmi Note 11 Pro. They should have AMOLED displays with increased refresh rate and sensor response rate. Perhaps the basic version of the series will offer a Dimensity 920 chip, and some processors from the Qualcomm lineup will be selected for the firmware.
The news has already been actively circulated on the network that the Redmi Note 11 Pro should offer fast charging with a power of 100 W, but the standard model will have a charge of 67 W. We can only wait which of the predictions will eventually come true.
Redmi Note 11 To Be Powered By Snapdragon 778G (Unofficial)
According to reports, the Redmi Note 11 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G mid-range chipset. In addition, the device is credited with a screen with a refresh rate of 144 Hz. The launch date of the device has not yet been disclosed.
Also, latest data published by the tech blog Digital Chat Station revealed that the device will support 120-W fast charging.
Digital Chat Station underlines that Redmi Note 11 will strengthen Xiaomi’s leadership in fast charging technology. As a reminder, the company showed off 100W wireless charging and 120W wired charging earlier this year. Curiously, Xiaomi will incorporate its advanced charging technology into a relatively affordable device. It is currently only used in the flagship MIX 4, Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 10 Ultra. Recall that the current Redmi Note 10 Pro boasts support for 67-W charging.