Redmi debuted its Redmi Note 11T Series in China earlier yesterday, at this event, the company introduced other products such as the Redmi Buds 4 Series, RedmiBook Pro 2022 Ryzen Edition, and the Xiaomi Band 7. All of these products had been confirmed prior to the official launch event. However, the company threw a curveball our way by launching a phone that it had not scheduled.
Redmi Note 11SE launched without a macro shooter:
The Redmi Note 11SE was not confirmed to launch by the brand before the launch event, though it seems like an entirely new phone, it is nothing but a revamped version of the Note 10 5G redux.
The Note 10 5G was launched in the first half of 2021, it also carries the moniker of Redmi Note 10T 5G and POCO M3 Pro 5G with a slightly different exterior. Nearly a year after its debut, the brand has once again launched this handset under a new name, the Note 11SE.
As opposed to the previous three versions, it does not feature a 2MP macro shooter on the rear. In addition to this, it flaunts an identical design to the POCO M3 Pro 5G instead of the Note 10 5G. This phone comes in two different configurations, a 4GB RAM+128GB one and an 8GB+128GB one.
They are priced at $165 or 12,800 INR and $210 or 16,291 INR respectively and come in Shadow Black and Deep Sea Blue colors. The smartphone is available for pre-order and will officially go on sale from the 31st of May via Xiaomi’s site The base variant costs $150 as part of an introductory offer.
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