If all the specs sans the fourth camera remain the same, we should expect a 6.5” LCD, 50 MP main cam and a massive 5,000 mAh battery with 18W charging and some reverse wired charging as well. The Chinese Redmi Note 11 4G costs no more than $170/€155, so it is fair to say the global variant won’t cost over $250/€200 after all the tariffs and taxes are applied.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 4G was released in China as a less expensive alternative to its 5G counterpart, and now a device using the same name is being certified for international distribution. At least two regulators have given their clearance to the company: the IMDA in Singapore and the EEC, which oversees various markets in the Eurasian Economic Area. This upcoming Redmi Note 11 4G phone will use a Snapdragon 680 CPU, according to our tipsters. It is quite doubtful that it will be relaunched using the Helio G88 platform, as the same phone is offered under the name Redmi 10 in multiple countries (with one extra 2 MP camera). Other alterations could include memory mixes, which are always unique to each market.