The latter, on the other hand, may seem absurd to some, given that most cheap options continue to use the 3.5mm standard.
The CEO of Xiaomi, Lei Jun stated today on Weibo that the headphone port will be kept throughout the series. Redmi Note 11including the Redmi Note 11 Pro. He also pointed out that not many phones have preserved the headphone port.
The latter, on the other hand, may seem absurd to some, given that most cheap options continue to use the 3.5mm standard. However, it should be noted that the series redmi Note 11, is no longer considered a cheap series. According to the latest rumours, this seems to be the case at the moment.
While the cheapest model in the range – the Redmi Note 11 – will supposedly start with prices CNY 1199 (approximately 160 euros), the most expensive model – the Redmi Note 11 Pro – will supposedly start at CNY 2499 (about 336 euros), becoming the model Redmi Note most expensive so far.
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This will put the most expensive option, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+, in the mid-range price spectrum. And headphone ports have become increasingly scarce in this price range in recent years. As a result, the phone is an excellent solution for audiophiles who want to use wired headphones but also demand high quality features.
And while we’re on the subject of specs, rumor has it that the series Redmi Note 11 is a significant increase over the series Redmi Note 10 in terms of performance. There has been speculation that the flagship model will be equipped with an SoC Mediatek Dimension 920which is an upper mid-range 5G chipset.
Note that none of this has been officially revealed so far, so please keep that in mind.
For now, it has only been confirmed that the series Redmi Note 11 would have AMOLED panels from Samsung with support for high refresh rates and thin bezels. Additionally, the phones will include a triple camera setup on the back, as well as fingerprint scanners that are located on the side. Adding AG glass to the back panel would be standard across the range.