Xiaomi has this tendency to rerelease devices under a new name and call it new. This is a harmful marketing tactic.
Xiaomi has released the Redmi Note 11 4G which is completely identical to the Redmi 10. This isn’t the first time the company has rereleased phones under a new name in order to sell that identical phone again. This marketing strategy just confuses customers and probably deceives them into thinking they are getting a new device, even if it’s just an older device renamed. This has happened before, where the Redmi Note 9 Pro was released as the “Redmi Note 10 Lite”.
Like the Redmi 10, the phone uses a Mediatek Helio G88, a 6.5in. FHD+ IPS LCD screen with 90Hz refresh rate, and a 50mp triple camera setup. Below are the full specs.
- 6.5in. FHD+ IPS LCD, 90Hz refresh rate
- Mediatek Helio G88 (12nm)
- 4/128, 6/128 configuration options
- 50mp, f/1.8 (main)
- 8mp, f/2.2, 120° FOV (ultrawide)
- 2mp, f/2.4 (macro)
- FRONT: 8mp, f/2.0, 1/4.0in.
- 1080p@30fps (main and front)
- 5000mAh battery, 18W fast charging
- 9W reverse charging
- Side-mounted fingerprint scanner
- Bluetooth 5.1, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band Wi-Fi, IR Blaster
The Redmi 10 debuted in the Philippines with a price of PHP 7,590 for the 4/64 variant and PHP 8,590 for the 6/128 variant. Because the Redmi Note 11 4G does not have a 4/64 variant, if ever the device is released here, it might be slightly more expensive than the Redmi 10.
You can read about the Redmi 10 by clicking this link