It has already been officially confirmed by the Xiaomi subsidiary that their new smartphones will be presented on the next day 28 October, and among them will be the Redmi Note 11 Pro+.
Now, according to new information published by the IT Home website, we got to know more details about its battery and impressive charging capacity.
If this information is confirmed, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Pro+ will arrive equipped with a battery of 4,500mAh and with support for fast charging 120W. We still don’t know which processor will be chosen to equip this smartphone, but a charge to 120W makes us think it could be a real top of the range.
What do we know about the new Xiaomi Redmi Note line 11?
Although we still don’t have a complete list of the new specifications smartphones have already circulated a lot of information that gives us a good idea of what to expect. In all, it is expected that 3 new models will be presented:
Redmi Note 20 Pro
Redmi Note22 Pro+
The base model will arrive with an LCD panel, while the other two will be entitled to an AMOLED panel. However, they will all support an update fee of 120Hz. As for your batteries, they will all have a capacity of 4,500mAh, the variation will reveal itself in the charging capacity.
As revealed now, the most powerful smartphone should charge up to 292W, while the Pro model will be by 50W and the base model in only 22W.
With regard to its photographic capabilities, only information about the main sensor of each was revealed. one of them. While the Redmi Note should arrive with a 50 megapixel sensor , the remaining models must have one of 120 megapixels.
Certainly more information about what the Redmi Note will be revealed over the next few days 11 Pro+ and company will have to offer us. Considering the Chinese manufacturer’s release history, it is likely that most of the secrets will be revealed before its official presentation.
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