A few weeks ago, Xiaomi globally presented the renewal of one of its most popular families, the Redmi Note. The new Redmi Note 11 have arrived just a year after the launch of the Redmi Note 10, best-selling phones of 2021.
The Redmi Note 11 are four and we have already had the opportunity to take a first look at the Redmi Note 11, so I invite you to continue reading to see first-hand what we thought of this device.
Design and display
When you hold this device in your hand for the first time, you notice big differences with the previous generation. And it is that the curves have dissipated slightly, giving way to straighter lines and a rear where the camera module is located on the left side.
The touch of the device is very pleasant, somewhat matte and not at all slippery. Also, this unit in black color is quite clean, no fingerprints or dust with as easily as it was with its predecessor. It is a light and very ergonomic phone, so much so that I have not had any problems using it with one hand.
The phone has a diagonal of 6.43 inches with a refresh rate of 90 Hz and a resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels. In general terms, the experience with this panel in all usage scenarios is more than satisfactory.
Performance and autonomy
The device increases the power compared to the Redmi Note 10 and in it we find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor. In the time that I have been able to test it, the device gave me good sensations and a fluid experience. It allows you to run any application or task smoothly, navigate through menus without slowdowns or lags And I didn’t notice it overheating.
The phone has a 5,000 mAh battery with 33W fast charging. It’s the same capacity we had on the Redmi Note 10 and with it fully charged and using it quite intensively, I managed to get through a day and a half without having to charge it. However, the Redmi Note 11 has a screen with 90 Hz, so it is possible that this duration decreases quite a bit.
We’ll be able to tell you more about this and other features like camera quality when we publish our in-depth review of the device, but so far we’ve had a pretty good feeling.