Redmi Note 11T Pro could get 120W fast charging support

It has been officially confirmed that a new mid-range phone Redmi Note 11T Pro will be launched soon. The next smartphone will first be rolled out in the Chinese market. As of now, the launch date or month of the smartphone has yet to be announced. A few months ago, the base variant of the device debuted in November 2021.

The Redmi Note 11T Pro launch poster did not reveal the specs or any of the features of the smartphone. As for the launch in India, it is said that the smartphone will reach the Indian market with a different moniker.

In view of what the Chinese brand has offered us in recent months, we can say that anything can happen at this time. One thing we are sure of is that the smartphone will be an upgraded variant of the Redmi Note 11T.

What do we want to see in the Redmi Note 11T Pro?

As we know that Redmi Note 11T comes with MediaTek Dimensity 810 processor, we can say that Pro variant of the smartphone will get better Snapdragon or MediaTek processor. Additionally, the smartphone could get an AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate for a smoother experience.

Redmi Note 11T Pro may come with better charging capability like 67W or 120W fast charging. If the smartphone gets 120W fast charging, then it will compete with one of its siblings and sisters on the market, the Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge.

Moreover, we can say that the Note 11T Pro will be a low-end variant compared to the Xiaomi 11i Hypercharge. Maybe both smartphones will have similar fast charging speeds, but we can see differences in other specs.

There is no word regarding the specifications of the smartphone at the moment. It looks like readers have to wait a while to learn more about the smartphone.

How many smartphones will the Redmi Note 11 series have?

Now this is the big question, so far we have seen dozens of Xiaomi smartphones rolling out with monikers traded in different global markets. As we all have seen, the Xiaomi 11i series was a renamed version of the Redmi Note 11 series launched in the Chinese market a few months ago.

Moreover, it creates a lot of confusion for users as they have to choose from a set of almost similar devices with almost identical specifications.

From what we can gather, Xiaomi could have done better by launching the smartphone with a different moniker so as not to increase confusion among the public.

Recently, we also saw a budget smartphone from the Redmi 10 series, adding to the confusion. The only thing we expect from Xiaomi at this point is for the brand to try to release new smartphones with less confusion and new monikers.

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