The design has been reworked and follows the standard Poco DNA with a giant camera block occupying the entire top of the back. The sides are made of non-slip plastic, while the back is made of glass. Unlike the Redmi Note 11 line, this one features a mirror graphic that easily reflects light.
The 6.67-inch AMOLED display has a good level of brightness and a refresh rate of 120Hz. All that was missing was HDR10 support to take advantage of streaming services. Audio part at the expense of three audio outputs with strong and good quality stereo sound.
The disappointing part is the performance. Even with the Snapdragon 695 with 6GB of real RAM and 2GB of virtual RAM, it still couldn’t guarantee a good multitasking experience. At least it doesn’t disappoint in games and runs everything with great performance and without overheating.
The 5,000mAh battery makes a lot, but due to the fast screen that comes locked at 60Hz by default and software that kills everything in the background to save power. The powerful charger that comes in the box takes an average of 50 minutes to fully charge the battery and within 20 minutes it provides half the charge.
The 108MP camera takes good pictures in well-lit places and it has an effective night mode for saving pictures in dark places. Broadband is only useful during the day, while macro is the weakest of the bunch. The camcorder captures good quality videos and does not suffer from blur, as well as fast focusing.
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