Xiaomi set to release Redmi Note 11T, Note 11T Pro and Note 11T Pro+

The Redmi Note 11 Series from Xiaomi has been out for a while now, with the company releasing a plethora of its variants in different markets including the Redmi Note 11, Redmi Note 11S, Redmi Note 11 Pro, Redmi Note 11 Pro+, Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G to name a few.

There seems to be no end in sight as the Chinese company has announced they will be launching the Redmi Note 11T Series in China on the 24th of May. In true Redmi fashion, there is already a Redmi Note 11T 5G device, but it is only available for the Indian market.

The announcement was made via a post on Weibo for the event scheduled to start at 7 PM, Chinese local time. Alongside the post were some details regarding the Redmi Note 11T, including the confirmation that at least three devices will be on show; Redmi 11T Pro, Redmi 11T Pro+ and the vanilla Redmi Note 11T.

Going by the details revealed so far, the Redmi Note 11T Pro will feature a 144 Hz LCD. Xiaomi probably had to forego the AMOLED display in the Redmi Note 11 in favour of LCD in order to hit the high 144 Hz refresh rate without the price of the Note 11T Pro ballooning too much.  For comparison, the AMOLED display on the Redmi Note 11 supports 90 Hz.

Under the hood, the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 is expected to power the Redmi Note 11T Pro, contrary to the Indian version of the device which comes with the MediaTek Dimensity 810. The MediaTek Dimensity 8100 is no slouch and even outperforms the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 for sustained gaming performance according to Notebook Check

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For the camera, a 64 MP main camera is confirmed for the Note 11T Pro, although lenses for ultrawide and depth shots should also be expected. The battery capacity for the device is listed on Weibo at 5080 mAh with 67 W fast charging to complement it.

It is not exactly clear at the moment what separates the Redmi Note 11T Pro and the Redmi Note 11T Pro+ as they have all been confirmed to have the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 powering them, as well as LPDDR5 RAM and improved heat dissipation.

All three devices should launch with the MIUI 13, which will be based on Android 12. An upgrade down the line to Android 13 should also be straightforward, especially with the devices getting launched so close to the new Android version release.

Whether we see the Redmi Note 11T Series come to Kenya is another matter entirely, considering the Redmi Note 11 Series is still relatively new in the Kenyan market.

If the company opts for a Kenyan release, it could be months down the line or even early next year. The release could also be under the POCO brand rather than the Redmi Note brand to prevent market cannibalization between the Note 11 and Note 11T.

We will provide you with a more detailed report, especially about the base Redmi Note 11T, which so far Xiaomi has provided little to no information regarding the device, and also how it performs against the international variant of the base Redmi Note 11.

Naftaly is a Computer Science graduate with a passion for tech, video games and pop culture. When he is not writing articles for AndroidKenya, he is probably rewatching the Lord of the Rings trilogy for the hundredth time. Email at criskariuki@gmail.com Twitter @KarisNaftaly

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