The Redmi Note 11 is the new entry-level star for Xiaomi and this value for money smartphone has been running promotions since its recent launch. Today, it is Boulanger who offers the best offer by reducing the price from 249 euros to only 189 euros.
Xiaomi is in good shape for the start of 2022. In fact, the Chinese manufacturer recently introduced its new high-end smartphones and, just before that, its entry-level smartphones. Of course, we are talking about the Redmi Note series, which is always a big hit with the general public and usually quickly benefits from huge promotions after launch to further improve value for money. This is currently the case for The 128 GB version of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 that loses 60 euros.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 in a nutshell
- A 6.43-inch OLED screen refreshed at 90 Hz
- Honorable performance provided by the Snapdragon 680
- Excellent autonomy (2 days) with fast charge up to 33 W
Instead of the usual 249 euros, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 with 128 GB of storage is now shown for sale at 219 euros in Boulanger, but with the ODR of 30 euros valid until next May 15, the price of the smartphone drops to only 189 euros.
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A well-equipped smartphone for the price.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 offers the same design and the same size as the 11S, with dimensions of 159.87 x 73.87 x 8.09 mm for 179 grams, where the 3.5 mm jack port is also cool that it is present- it is so badly placed, on the top edge of the phone. The screen is 6.43 inches and has the peculiarity of being AMOLED and showing a Full HD + definition as well as a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The fingerprint sensor for unlocking, on the other hand, is not under the slab, but at the top. the power button on the right edge of the smartphone.
Like its brother, it incorporates a 5,000 mAh battery, which on paper makes it a fairly generous battery, more than enough to last 1 to 2 days away from a plug. The 33W charger is included and can recover approximately 50% in about thirty minutes. You should also know that the phone offers the MIUI 13 interface based on Android 11, but not Android 12 yet. We also note the presence of an NFC chip, as well as an IP53 certification to resist a minimum of splashes and dust.
The differences with the Redmi Note 11S
The first difference comes at the level of the camera. If the block is physically identical to that of the Note 11S, the sensor composition is different in the Note 11. In fact, the latter offers a 50-megapixel main sensor, with an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle, a 2-megapixel macro and a depth of 2 megapixels. The second retains the last three sensors, but goes up to 108 megapixels for the main sensor. That said, versatility is assured in both cases, especially with a promising ultra wide-angle mode, but with a lower quality than the classic Note 11. The front camera is 13 megapixels, more than enough to take decent selfies to post on your favorite social networks.
The second difference is in performance. The Redmi Note 11 comes with Snapdragon 680, with 4 GB of RAM, while the Redmi Note 11S is based on a Helio G96, with 6 GB of RAM. MediaTek’s chip is slightly more powerful than Qualcomm’s, but both offer an equally smooth user experience. However, there were some slowdowns in app launches and we were unable to install Fortnite to analyze its performance in 3D games. Toutefois, il s’agit plus d’a software bug that d’une fiche technique non conform, donc à voir si la récent smartphone à moins 200 euros de Xiaomi sera capable de faire tourner le jeu d’Epic Games par le biais d ‘an update.
To know even more, do not hesitate to read our complete test on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11.
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