Redmi Note 11 5G Series hands-on

Redmi Note 11 5G Hey, what’s up? Sami here. Today let’s take a quick look at the newly released Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 series phones. In this video I will cover unboxing, design comparisons, AnTuTu testing, audio testing, and photo testing, we shot numerous samplesBTW. And my conclusion for these phones is if you want a mid-ranger that’s not going to break your bank, these are the ones, just go and buy it, don’t even need to think about it too much, they are too good for the value.

 

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We have the Redmi Note 11 and 11 Pro, whereas the 11 Pro+? Well, the desk is too small, I can’t put three at one time, so I just threw away thePro+ version. Haha, I’m f..ing with you guys. The real reason is the Mi shop doesn’t have the Pro+ version. Anyway, the two Pro devices have identical designs aside from the fast charging and battery capacity. We’ll talk about more later. Let’s unbox the Note 11 5G first. In the first layer, we have an insert that includes a pin, a user manual, and a soft silicone case.

 

At this time the Note 11 series comes with3.5 an mm headphone port, so it doesn’t have that 3.5mm to the type-C adapter. And then is the phone! Man, just check out this phone, it looks so gorgeous, so smooth as you can see. Haha, gotcha, the phone is within Cymye’shands, she is doing some tests. Anyway, under that is the type-c cable and 33W fast charger. As for the unboxing of the Note 11 Pro, the contents are basically the same but it comes with a 67W fast charging adapter. Now moving to the specs and designs. I want to start off by showing you the design differences between the Note 11 and 11 Pro. Start from the top. We see both phones have the infrared blaster and noise-canceling mic and a speaker. The differences are the Pro version has the the3.5mm headphone jack and the speaker was tuned by JBL.

 

Two phones have the same volume rocker and power key design. The power key is also the fingerprint scanner BMW. Moving to the bottom, we see the speaker, mic, and type-c port on both phones. But the Pro has the SIM card slot there and the 11 has the headphone jack. While for the left side, the Note 11 has moved the SIM card slot there while the Pro has nothing. If you are wondering what kind of SIM tray is on both phones, here they are. Both are dual SIM cards dual standby and supported card expansion.

 

That GSMArena really made up specs, haha. So yeah subscribe to the Sami Luo channel if you don’t want to be misled. As for the display, the Redmi Note 11 sports a 6.6” LCD with Full HD+ resolution and a 16MP selfie shooter. While the 11 Pro has a slightly bigger 6.67” AMOLED panel and with the same 16MP selfie shooter. Redmi Note 11 5G But if you look closer, the size of the selfie camera on the 11 Pro is particularly smaller and measures at just 2.96mm in diameter according to Redmi officials. As for the bezels on the two phones, I compared back and forth and found there is really no obvious difference, maybe the pro versions are slightly narrower, but not obvious.

 

The biggest difference I guess is the camera module. The 11 Pro comes with a triple rear camera setup, though it looks like four cameras but three, which includes a 108-megapixel primary sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera with a 120-degree field-of-view, and a 2-megapixeltelemacro lens. While the Note 11 version sports a dual rear camera setup, though it looks like three cameras but two, which include a 50-megapixel main camera and an 8-megapixel secondary sensor. Redmi Note 11 5G Overall, the Note 11 looks more rounded and11 Pro or Pro+ are squarer. I also took a shot of all the colors for the note 11 series. They have Timeless Purple, Milky Way Blue, that color is super fancy, Forest Green, and Mysterious Black. Which one do you like most? Let me know in the comments section. Regarding other specs, for the Note 11, it only has 33W fast charging for the 5,000mAh battery, which should charge from 0 to 100%in 62 minutes.

 

Also, the chipset is Dimensity 810, if you are wondering about the Antutu Benchmark, here is it, not bad for a phone in this price range. While for the Note 11 Pro and Note 11 Pro+, they look identical but with one key difference – the Plus variant brings 120W fast charging with a 4,500 mAh battery, which enables you to charge fully in about 15 minutes, while the regular Pro has a bigger 5,160 mAh battery with 67W fast charging. The chipset for the Pro siblings is the Dimensity920, we also ran the Antutu and this was what we got, not too good or bad, normal for amid-ranger like this. Oh BTW, the refresh rate on the Note 11 is90Hz while the Pro series is 120Hz, if that is something you are interested to know. What you may also be interested to know is the audio testing.

 

How does that JBL dual-stereo-speaker perform? Is it a huge difference between the Note 11, which doesn’t have JBL’s optimization? Well, I listened to the two, and found there was not so huge a difference? Or maybe the Xiaomi shop is too noisy and I can’t tell the difference, lol. I just put the audio test here and you decide which one is better. As for camera testing, for sure the Pro has a better performance for its accurate color registration and exposure. And I found the 11 5G doesn’t support 4kvideo recording or stabilization for 1080p/60fps, for the Pro version it supports 4K but no stabilization, anyway I will just put all of the samples at the end of this video.

 

You can check them out. As for my final words for this Redmi Note11 5G series, I think Xiaomi really nailed it, these phones are truly cost-friendly have the best value among all phones that were released in 2021 or even maybe 2022. If you got a bit more budget, go to the Pro ones, they have a better camera, better sound, and superb battery life, and fast charging. What do you think? Will you get one of these for the coming festival seasons? Let me know in the comments section and please don’t forget to subscribe, also don’t forget to check my sponsor Geekbuying’sshopping spree, all links are in the description!

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