Xiaomi’s mid-range beast Redmi Note 11 4G has become the no.1 smartphone in Nepal in the first quarter of 2022. The report comes following the research of the Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker by International Data Corporation (IDC). The popular smartphone was launched in Nepal back in April.
The flagship killing lineup has been another hit in Nepal’s burgeoning budget-phone market. And with the success of the Redmi Note 11, Xiaomi has maintained its pole position as the top smartphone brand in Nepal for 7 quarters in a row.
Talking about the crown device itself, Redmi Note 11 comes with punchy specs for a worthy cost. For display, it gets a good 90 Hz FHD+ AMOLED screen that renders touches and visuals on the screen smooth and pleasing to the eyes.
For backup, it has a massive 5000mAh battery that gives you a free ride for at least a whole day. It also comes with a 33 Watt fast-charging support. Perhaps a stealing point of the phone is its Snapdragon 680 SoC using a 6nm process. It has an Octa-core processor rocking at 2.4GHz Octa-core mated to RM Mali-G52. With this configuration, you can enjoy most graphics-sensitive games with relative ease in medium settings.
For the photogenic, it doesn’t disappoint too. In fact, the Redmi Note 11 comes with a 50 MP Quad camera setup. This enables you to take decent and detailed pictures and enhance your photography with different scenarios powered by AI.
But Redmi Note 11 is not the only one to gain prominence. Redmi 10 Prime 2022, and Redmi 9A are other devices to have been positioned at the top.
Aided by the growing Xiaomi ecosystem in Nepal
The report says Xiaomi witnessed a magnificent market growth thanks to the launch of multiple products across different price segments. This includes smartphones such as Redmi Note 11 Pro, Redmi Note 11S and Xiaomi 12 series. In addition, the Chinese tech giant has also added over 30 new products building an unprecedented Xiaomi ecosystem in Nepal.
The company has, in recent months introduced Xiaomi Watch S1 Active, Redmi Smart Band Pro, and Mi Portable Electric Air Compressor in Nepal. Other products include Mi Air Purifier 3, Mi Watch Lite, TV Stick, Mi Trimmer, Mi Smart Band 6, Redmi SonicBass Wireless earphones, Powerbanks, and others. Check out: Xiaomi accessories Price in Nepal
Besides, Xiaomi has also focused on offline expansion to stretch its services to more areas in Nepal. So far, Xiaomi has over 3,000 offline partner stores and 15+ Mi Authorized Stores across the country.
The company’s stronghold in the smartphone market is also due to its emphatic distribution network across locations in Nepal. These have in Xiaomi’s words, fortified its position in the market with “a robust after-sales service through exclusive authorized service centers and dedicated service warehouses to fulfill costumer requirements in Nepal.”
Redmi Note 11 comes in three variants – 4GB/64GB, 4GB/128GB, and 6GB/128GB at Rs 22,999, Rs 24,999 and Rs 26,999 respectively. You can buy one of these from any authorized Xiaomi store in Nepal and also from online stores.
What makes Redmi Note 11 such a popular device in Nepal? Is it down to the brand value or does it offer more value for money than other devices in a similar price range? You can offer your best impressions of this lineup in our comments section below.