Redmi Note 11 Pro Key Details Teased; Redmi Note 11 Series Confirmed to Feature AMOLED Display

The Redmi Note 11 Pro is tipped to feature a 120Hz refresh rate display, based off an AMOLED panel and set to launch soon.

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Redmi Note 11 Pro

The Redmi Note 11 Pro is set to become the next phone to launch from Xiaomi’s stable, and ahead of its launch, a number of key details have surfaced about the smartphone. As part of the details that have surfaced about the smartphone is its display — the company has officially confirmed via Chinese social media platform Weibo, that the Redmi Note 11 Pro will feature an AMOLED display panel.

Simultaneously, teaser posters of the smartphone have also surfaced online, showcasing the general design language of the upcoming Redmi Note 11 Pro. As per these posters, the smartphone is tipped to feature a centrally aligned drill hole slot to house the front camera. The smartphone also appears to sport fairly uniform bezels, while at least one colour variant — which appears to be a shade of teal — is highly possible.

In terms of the features, the Redmi Note 11 Pro is set to offer 120Hz display refresh rate, along with 360Hz touch sampling rate. The smartphone is also set to feature 360 degree light sensor, while the display itself is tipped to cover the entire DCI-P3 colour gamut. Previous leaks had also suggested up to 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage for the smartphone, while the entire setup may be powered by 120W fast charging. The camera module design of the smartphone appears to be in line with previous phones in the company’s Note series — in line with its latest generation design language.

All of this is set to be confirmed by October 28, when the Redmi Note 11 series is set to be unveiled at an event in China. So far, the smartphone series is said to feature flat sides akin to the iPhone 13 series by Apple. The latest rendition of the popular mid-range smartphone is also said to feature dual speakers with JBL Audio branding, all of which is set to be confirmed within about a week’s time.

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