The global debut of the Redmi Note 11 series was announced on January 26 of this year. Xiaomi Pakistan’s official Twitter account verified that it is now ready to ship to Pakistan as soon as next week.
The vanilla Note 11, Note 11s, and Note 11 Pro 4G/5G are all part of the Redmi Note 11 line. It will debut in Pakistan on February 11, which is this week’s Friday. The specifications and design are already known, but the actual price for the Pakistani market is unknown.
In the international market, the Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G costs between $329 and $379, hence the projected pricing in Pakistan is between Rs. 57,000 and Rs. 66,000 plus taxes. However, the exorbitant import duties will only be applied if the handset is not assembled in the United States. Xiaomi is already producing a few phones in Pakistan, and the Note 11 series is expected to follow suit.
In that instance, the retail price in Pakistan will be quite near to the international price.
To reiterate, the Redmi Note 11 phones have AMOLED panels, but the standard model only has a 90Hz refresh rate, whilst the Pro model has a 120Hz refresh rate. The Snapdragon 680 chipset is found in the base model, while the Snapdragon 695 is found in the Pro model. Don’t be deceived by the SD 695’s moniker; the chip is actually on par with the Snapdragon 750G, which is a minor upgrade over the Snapdragon 732G found in the Note 10 Pro.
The main camera on the base model is 50 megapixels, but the higher-end handset boosts it to 108 megapixels. Both phones have the same battery capacity, however the Note 11 Pro 5G charges much faster.