Redmi Note 11: The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 series was launched a few months ago. The Redmi Note 10 is a really practically priced smartphone that is great for the price. The processor is good. It has stereo speakers and an AMOLED Screen. Taking this up a notch, the Redmi Note 10 Pro/Max series was even better value at 15,999 (initial launch price, the pricing has crept up now). It had a 120Hz AMOLED Screen and the powerful Snapdragon 732G making it a great well rounded package. The only difference between the Pro and the Max was a 108MP Sensor instead of 64.
These renders showcase how the 2022 Redmi Note 11 lineup could look like. Keep in mind that these are not leaks. So far, there have been zero leaks about the Redmi Note 11 Lineup, these are just renders, and that is because the Note 10 Series is still relatively new and it is too early for leaks.
Redmi Note 11: Concept Renders.
An image of the render is shown above. Looking at the previous schedule of how Redmi Note Smartphones are launched, we can expect this to follow a similar pattern, so they will launch early 2022.
To make this abundantly clear, these are not official leaks. The actual product might look entirely different to this. According to this render, the smartphones has a hole punch cutout and a triple camera system with LED Flash. The render showcases a rectangular hump for the cameras, clearly inspired by Samsung’s S21 Series, and a glossy back panel with speaker grills at the top and the bottom along with a USB C Port.
Overall, the design does indeed look really appealing and is in many ways similar to the existing Note 10 Lineup. Other significant changes might be a 5G Enabled Powerful Chipset, improved camera hardware and maybe some improvements to the front camera as well. We cannot tell for sure. There will be rumours and leaks about the Note 11 series starting Q4 2022.
These smartphones will definitely not be using 200MP Sensors, but will stick to 108MP Cameras. There is a chance that they might come with optical zoom lenses instead of 2+2MP Gimmicky Rubbish Cameras, but that might be a little too much to ask for in a mid range smartphone. Maybe they will introduce OIS Eventually.
That is all we have for now. What do you think of these renders? We think they are pretty visually appealing. Do drop a comment down below.
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