- In the context of the pandemic, we have experienced a global shortage of chipsets and a notable increase in prices over the past year among smartphone brands. Now that times are improving, we are finally seeing a ray of hope with Redmi’s upcoming Redmi Note 11 Pro series.
- The Redmi Note series has been India’s most loved smartphone series with over 240 million units sold worldwide and over 67 million sold in India and we’re going to climb a notch by making the best even better (Source: Xiaomi Data Center) .
- A proven and trusted formula of best performance, highest quality, and fairest price touted to be even better with 7 5G Band support, a superior SD 695 processor, a pro-grade 108MP camera, and additional features and modes to help enhance your photography experience. , a beautiful 120Hz FHD+ Super AMOLED display with 1200 nits peak brightness and professional-grade 67W Turbo Charge to power you through the day in 15 minutes.
Along with the beautiful Super AMOLED display, the Redmi Note Pro series is also equipped with dual stereo speakers that allow users to experience a truly immersive multimedia experience on their smartphones. The Redmi Note Pro series is also equipped with LiquidCool technology, which helps to regulate the temperature of the smartphone. Such features are usually found on flagship smartphones. In order to step up a notch and offer exceptional products, Redmi has brought this feature to the Redmi Note 11 Pro series.
- By introducing these flagship features in the 20k category, Redmi will continue to dominate and disrupt the market with its Redmi Note11 Pro series in the mid-range segment.
Sources tell us that for its biggest launch in 2022, Redmi is not going to leave a stone unturned and will go all out with a live product launch, the first of its kind in 2022.
You can watch their MEGA LIVE presentation on March 9, 2022 at 12:00 pm.
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