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Xiaomi Nepal recently launched its latest Note offering in Nepal, the Redmi Note 11. One among the four Redmi Note 11 Series lineup of this year, the device is set to fuel the competition in the midrange market. This Snapdragon 680 chipset-powered phone comes with a beautiful & vivid AMOLED Panel that too at 90Hz refresh rates. Okay, let’s dive into the initial impression and top features of the Redmi Note 11.
Here, we have the grey color Redmi Note 11 phone and by looks, it is a well-built smartphone in the year 2022. The amazing AMOLED display with the punch hole is sure of decent quality and is very pleasing to look at. Also, the sunlight visibility of the device is very good. Similarly, the all-new MIUI 13 feels smooth & bug-free as of now. Likewise, the camera performs well under daylight conditions. Until now, the stereo speaker setup is pleasant to listen to. This is just our initial impression and a full review will be out very soon. And of course, we will test the camera thoroughly too. Till then, you can look out for the top features of the Redmi Note 11 phone.
The eye-catching feature of the Redmi Note 11 is its 90Hz AMOLED Panel. The 6.4″ display looks vivid. Contents look crisp & punchy on colors. Furthermore, Gorilla Glass 3 protection is provided for protection against scratches. Here, the display offers two modes; 60Hz & 90Hz. To mention, the 90Hz is a static one and stays 90Hz all the time when turned on. Nevertheless, the fluidity marks no question & everything feels smooth while scrolling.
This budget-friendly device boasts a quad-camera setup with a 50MP main camera sensor. This primary sensor from Samsung clicks nice-looking pictures with an ample amount of light given. That means the daylight pictures look good. A dedicated 50MP mode lets you click the picture in full resolution. Normally, pixel binned pictures of 16 MP are produced on normal shots on this phone.
Redmi Note 11 also features dual stereo speakers. There are secondary speaker grills on top as well. These dual stereo speakers sound decent for the price. Listening to music & watching content feel nice with these speakers. The audio quality might not be top-notch, but it is one of the best in mid-range phones. The multimedia experience becomes enhanced with stereo speakers without a doubt.
The phone comes with a massive 5000mAh battery with the support of 33W Pro Fast Charging. Xiaomi recently claimed that the 33W Fast Charger on this phone significantly charges faster than its previous 33W fast charger on Redmi Note 10 Series. Thanks to MIUI 13, the pro fast charging aids Redmi Note 11 to get its juice quicker. For average usage, the device lasts more than a day. With 90Hz turned on, it might drain a bit faster though. Thankfully, the full-fledged 33W charger is available in the box itself.
MIUI 13, the latest Android skin from Xiaomi was launched globally along with the Redmi Note Series. The new UI is more focusing on stability & smoothness than features. The global MIUI 13 ROM is resembling the same. Some features from the Chinese ROM are yet to arrive on this one, but the performance so far is smooth & nice. The SD 680 chipset is also helping along with the OS for a smoother experience while multitasking on this phone. So far, the UI seems fair & promising. However, there are ads & recommendations in some sections. It can be sorted by turning off the recommendation option. To note, the phone still runs on Android 11 & will get the Android 12 option very soon.
Chinese Smartphone OEMs have already started this useful feature known as Virtual RAM expansion onto their Android Skins. The Note 11 also utilizes this feature to expand RAM by 2GB via using internal storage. So, the user has the freedom to expand the RAM of the phone for better multitasking and RAM management. Also, the phone has a dedicated MicroSD slot and it can support up to 1TB memory card. Expanding storage and RAM are good options for this device.
Furthermore, Redmi Note 11 also has native VoLTE support. As soon as I powered on the phone, the VoLTE icon appeared on the top bar. To remind, Nepal Telecom is the sole telco in the country providing this feature. VoLTE stands for Voice Over LTE network which utilizes a 4G network for the HD voice call. Previously, 4G could only provide data service while calls were being made from 3G, 2G network.
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Okay, those were the top features for the Redmi Note 11. Xiaomi Nepal was very quick for this device to launch here just after a day of the global launch. The device got launched on January 27th in Nepal at the starting price of Rs.22,999 for a 4/64GB variant. With the initial impression, we would say Redmi Note 11 to be a promising mid-range device for the price. Tell us what else do you want to know about this device? Do, comment down below.