We are aware of the fact that Xiaomi is prepping up for the launch of the Redmi Note 11 4G model in the global market. The specifications of the global variant are already known to us courtesy of The Pixel report. Additionally, the global Redmi Note 11 4G model was spotted at FCC, IMDA and ECC certification a few days back. In a recent development now, the Redmi Note 11 4G variant has gained the required NBTC and Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification. Apart from these two certifications, the camera specifications of the handset is even leaked by the Camera FV5 database.
Redmi Note 11 4G Receives IMDA, BIS Certification
As per the NBTC certification listing, the device posses model number as 2201117TG. Additionally, the NBTC certification also confirms the moniker as Redmi Note 11 4G. As mentioned above, the same handset also has received the BIS certification as well, which does suggest that the launch of the device is imminent in India. If we go by the Camera FV5 Database listing, the upcoming Redmi Note 11 4G will feature a 50MP main camera. The 50MP sensor will have an f/2.0 aperture and EIS support.
Moving onto the front, the handset will include a 13.1MP sensor which will have an f/2.4 aperture, a 99.4-degree horizontal field of view, and an 82.3-degree vertical field of view. As far as the rest of the key specifications of the handset go, the device is tipped to feature a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display. The display panel is supposed to offer Full HD+ resolution and a dynamic refresh rate of 90Hz.
Under the hood, the device is rumoured to pack an octa-core Snapdragon 680 processor. The smartphone is supposed to ship with a 5,000mAh battery that might support 18W fast charging. The device will retain other key features as that of the Chinese variant which includes – a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, 3.5mm audio jack, stereo speakers, and an IR blaster. As far as the pricing go, the global Redmi Note 11 4G model is tipped to cost USD 199 (roughly Rs 15,000) for the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage variant.
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