The Chinese company Xiaomi launched in India not only the ultra-budget Redmi A1, but also the inexpensive Redmi 11 Prime and Redmi 11 Prime 5G models – both on Android 12 with the proprietary MIUI 13 shell.
The smartphones are equipped with a 6.58-inch display with Full HD + resolution, a refresh rate of up to 90 Hz and a maximum brightness of 500 nits. The screen is covered with third-generation Gorilla Glass, and the front camera with a resolution of 8 megapixels is located in the waterdrop notch.
On the back of the smartphones is a 50-megapixel main module and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. The 4G version of the Redmi 11 Prime also has a third 2MP macro sensor.
The Redmi 11 Prime is equipped with an octa-core Helio G99 processor with a Mali-G57 MC2 accelerator, while the Redmi 11 Prime 5G received a Dimensity 700 chip with a more modern modem. The RAM of smartphones is 4 and 6 GB, and the storage capacity is 64 and 128 GB.
The devices also support Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5.1 (5G) / 5.3 (4G) and have a USB Type-C connector, a 3.5mm headphone port and an IR transmitter. The battery capacity is 5,000 mAh with support for 18-watt charging. There is a fingerprint scanner on the side.
Redmi 11 Prime starts at Rs 12,999 (≈ RUB 10,000) and Redmi 11 Prime 5G starts at Rs 13,999 (≈ RUB 10,800).