Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 11 phones will be available on Thursday, October 28, and the company has announced another intriguing element of the lineup. The Redmi Note 11 series will have 120W fast charging, a first for the midrange lineup, according to its official Weibo page.
The news comes two weeks after Digital Chat Station, a well-known tipper, confirmed the same issue. Such charging speeds will be a significant boost over the Note 10 series, which has 67W rates in China and 33W rates globally.
Following the release of the 11T Pro with the same standard last month, we are certain that the 120W will be available in other countries as well.
Instead of a punch-hole, the display was given a pinhole (known because of its small size) with a diameter of 2.96mm. The phone’s back panel will be made of AG (Anti-Glare) glass. In a newly built camera module, there would be three back camera lenses as well.
Meanwhile, an upcoming Xiaomi phone, most likely from the next series, was discovered on Geekbench. The gadget was advertised with 8GB RAM, Android 11, and what appears to be the Dimensity 920 chipset and the model number 21091116C/21091116UC.
Other features would include JBL’s Dual Speaker, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a side fingerprint reader (built into the lock screen button), and an IR (Infrared remote) control sensor.