This month, Xiaomi launched the Mi 11i HyperCharge in India, priced at Rs 26,999. It supports 120W super flash charging and can charge to 100% in just 15 minutes, making it the fastest charging model in the Indian smartphone market.
Following the Mi 11i HyperCharge, Xiaomi India head Manu Kumar Jain announced on Twitter this afternoon that Redmi Note 11S is coming soon.
As the poster shows, Redmi Note 11S uses a matrix camera design similar to Redmi Note 11. Details of the parameters have not been officially revealed.
Redmi Note 11S is previously revealed to have a 90Hz high brushscreen, a Mediatek Dimensity processor, a 100m-pixel (108MP) rear, 8-megapixel ultra-wide and macro tri-camera, and a 13-megapixel front.
The sensor has been applied to Redmi Super Cup flagship Redmi K40 Pro+. It has a 1/1.52 inch outsole and a unit pixel area of 0.7μm. It can output 12 million pixel pictures through pixel nine in one.
As you can see from the specs, Redmi Note 11S is a slightly upgraded version of Redmi Note 11 and is expected to be priced around 1,000 yuan.