Redmi Note 11T 5G Review


The back and frame of the Note 11T 5G are made of plastic. The rough, sandpaper-like pattern contributes to the overall plasticky sensation. Despite the fact that the Note 11T 5G only has two cameras, there is an extra row of phoney camera rings for marketing AI.

The front of the Note 11T 5G features a 6.6-inch display. It lacks HDR content playback compatibility, the colour calibration is slightly off, while the 90Hz scrolling does feel smooth for the most part.

The audio quality of the Note 11T is excellent. The 3.5mm jack can handle Hi-Res audio streams up to 24bit/192kHz. As for the speaker performance, there's a distinct imbalance in sound, with the top speaker sounding wimpy in comparison to the bottom speaker.

The MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC is used in the Redmi Note 11T. The performance isn't poor and it operates quietly without stuttering on a regular basis. We also played COD Mobile and observed that the phone could only attain medium and high framerates at high graphical settings.

The Note 11T 5G fails miserably when it comes to the camera's colour accuracy. Every single colour, from reds to blues to greens, has been reproduced incorrectly. When it comes to portraits, the Note Note 11T 5G has cleaner cuts and a greater depth of field simulation.

In terms of software, it's the same MIUI 12.5 based on Android 11 experience we've had throughout 2021. You will, however, have to deal with a slew of undesirable apps that can be removed.

The Redmi Note 11T 5G has a 5000mAh battery. The battery life is excellent throughout. On heavy usage, we were able to get over 8 hours of SoT and charge the phone in under 1 hour and 15 minutes.

The Redmi Note 10 Pro series (while supplies last) is still a better bargain than the Note 11T; it boasts a superior design, display, and a more adaptable set of cameras. However, when comparing the Realme 8S to the Redmi Note 11T 5G, the Redmi phone has a little advantage overall.