(Update, February 10: It’s official in the Philippines! Click on this to see the Redmi Note 11’s prices, preorder period and freebies, and availability.)
(Update, January 26: The Redmi Note 11 series is official on the global market!)
The listings, which have been taken down, reveal that the base Redmi Note 11 variant with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage will be priced at P8,999, or roughly $176 converted, while the 6GB/128GB variant will cost P9,990 ($195). One of them likewise confirms some of the specs of the upcoming 4G version of the Redmi Note 11, including its Snapdragon-based internals. Apparently, the vanilla model will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G processor.
The said chipset is built on a 6nm process, making it more efficient than most other lower-midrange chips on the market, but uses a slower Adreno 610 GPU compared with the older Snapdragon 678’s Adreno 612. Other smartphones that are powered by the Snapdragon 680 include the recently announced Realme 9i, OPPO A36, and Vivo Y32.
Based on the listing, the standard Redmi Note 11 will also sport an FHD+ AMOLED display with a punch hole at the center and a 90Hz refresh rat; dual speakers; a 5,000mAh battery that supports 33-watt fast charging; and a 50-megapixel main camera alongside dedicated ultra-wide and macro lenses. The rear-facing setup features four cameras, which suggests the inclusion of a depth-sensing camera for portrait shots.
Design-wise, the phone sports a rectangular camera module at the back and flat edges similar to the latest Apple iPhone models. In related news, leaked photos of the Redmi Note 11 box suggest the phone will ship in a similar packaging as last year’s Redmi Note 10.
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