Xiaomi is set to launch the Redmi Note 11 series for global markets sometime in Q1 2022 with Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The Chinese tech giant had launched the Redmi Note 11 5G series consisting of Redmi Note 11 5G, Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G and Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G back in October in China. The brand recently launched the Redmi Note 11 4G handset in China. All four existing Redmi Note 11 series devices are powered by MediaTek processors. Now, a new leak from ThePixel reveals that the upcoming Redmi Note 11 4G Global variant will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor. Let’s look at the details,
ThePixel report further claims that the upcoming Redmi Note 11 4G Global variant will retail for around $199 (approximately Rs. 15,068) for the base 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The Redmi Note 11 4G Global variant is said to be launched in other memory storage configurations such as 6GB+128GB and 8GB+128GB. However, the report has not revealed the prices of other variants.
The Pixel report also suggests that the upcoming Redmi Note series device will be cheaper compared to the upcoming Realme 9i. For those who don’t know, the upcoming Realme 9i is also said to be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor. The Realme 9i may also offer a 50MP triple rear camera and a 90Hz refresh rate with Full HD+ resolution.
Previously, ThePixel had reported that the upcoming Redmi Note series device will have a different design language compared to their Chinese counterparts. The new report repeats the same thing, but reveals nothing about it. Unfortunately, only so much is known about the upcoming Redmi handset as of now. We can expect to see the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 powered Redmi Note 11 4G handset also launch in India among other global markets. What are your expectations of the upcoming Redmi Note 11 series handset? Let us know in the comments below.
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Arpit got his penchant for gadgets almost a decade ago in 2011 when he made his first smartphone purchase and started reporting on consumer technology in 2018. Arpit has a research background in math and can be found discussing math when not looking at his phones. .