The xiaomi On Wednesday evening (6) it launched its new line of Redmi smartphones in Brazil, as well as a series of connected devices for smart homes.
Mobile phones have already been available in international markets since January 26. Starting today, four of them will be officially marketed here: Redmi Note 11, Note 11S, Note 11 Pro and Note 11 Pro 5G network. They all focus on the mid-range segment (not very basic, not top of the line hardware). Prices start from R$1599.99 (promotional rate).
“Many users have been looking for a second smartphone from us, wanting to separate professional numbers from personal, for fear of theft,” says Luciano Barbosa, Product Manager at Xiaomi in Brazil.
With this in mind, new line phones allow you to hide apps using biometrics. In practice, different fingerprints can be registered to show different application interfaces, thus hiding certain programs from the system. “One of Xiaomi’s two biggest focuses in 2022 is greater security, after the high rates of thefts targeting banking apps.”
They are already on sale at Brand official website And in the seven stores of the brand, in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Curitiba and Salvador.
The devices were shown at an event in Espaço das Américas, in São Paulo. The public, influencers and fans of the brand who signed up for the event through the “Meet the Challenge” campaign, were also able to take their first impressions of the smartphone.
In addition to appliances, there was an exhibition of products from the smart home system planned in Brazil, such as smart air fryers, robotic vacuum cleaners, projectors, lamps, air conditioners and even scooters.
Redmi Note 11
Redmi Note 11, the company’s editorial, arrives with a screen Waleed’s mother 6.43 “FHD + (about 16.3 cm). It has a refresh rate of 90 Hz (which includes the speed of displaying animation. The higher the number, the better), four cameras (one of which is 50 MP) and a 13 MP front camera.
Under the hood smart phone It is powered by a Snapdragon 680 processor, 6 nm and eight cores. Promise is a phone that runs software well and doesn’t break easily.
The 5,000mAh battery promises a full charge of up to an hour with the factory charger, the 33W Pro.
The Redmi Note 11 is available in graphite gray (gray), aurora blue (blue) and starry blue (light blue), in a version with 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.
In the first offer, the promotional price is R$1,599.99, and is valid until the 8th of this month or while stocks last. After that, it should be launched in official stores for R$2,599.99.
Redmi Note 11S
The Redmi Note 11S is also equipped with the same 6.43-inch Amoled FHD+ display, and it has other tricks up its sleeve, such as the Sunlight mode, which promises high readability even in strong sunlight. On the processor, instead of a file snapdragon there MediaTek Helio G96 Octa Core.
Cameras also have better features. The main element, which is 108 megapixels, has two original ISO functions (photosensitivity to light) This allows images in dark environments to appear with less grain. In addition, it also has a 9 in 1 pixel composition, for more realistic images. On the front camera, the device comes with a 16MP sensor for selfies.
The battery and charger are the same as its sister device (5000mAh model and 33W Pro), but the phone promises better economy with a cooling technology called LiquidCool, where multiple layers of graphite and copper foil create a heat dissipation zone. .
In official stores, it costs R$2,999.99, in Pearl White (White), Twilight Blue (Blue) and Graphite Gray (Grey), in the version with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.
Redmi Note 11 Pro
With AMOLED screen very accurate+ Bigger than its predecessor, at 6.67 inches (16.9 cm) and ultra-thin (8.12 mm thick) design, the Redmi Note 11 Pro has some of the features that are closest to high-end smartphones on the market. For example, the screen refreshes, 120 times per second.
The MediaTek Helio G96 Octa-core processor is paired with a virtual (performance assist) RAM that is expandable through storage. In practice, the feature allows you to use free space on your cell phone to generate more memory, thus improving smartphone performance.
Many of its features are in performance modes for gaming or photography, for example. The Note 11 Pro comes with the same set of four cameras, with a resolution of 108MP, but with specific features, such as the “Pro mode”, which promises details even in enlarged photos.
The battery and technologies are the same as the previous one – 5000 mAh. The differential is a 67W charger, which promises to recharge 50% in just 15 minutes.
Consumers will be able to choose between pearl white (white), graphite gray (gray) and star blue (light blue). In the version with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, it will cost R$3,399.99 in official stores.
Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G
It features most of the Note 11 Pro’s features, such as a 5,000mAh battery, a 6.67-inch FHD+ Amoled display at 120Hz, and a quad-camera array of up to 108MP. But the main difference between them lies in the processor: the octa-core Snapdragon 695 5G, with connectivity to the new network standard.
The top of the new Redmi series will be available for R$3,999.99 in official stores and can be found in Pearl White (White), Graphite Gray (Grey) and Twilight Blue (blue), in the version with 6 GB of RAM and storage 128 GB.
for one cell phone Relatively thin, and weighs quite a bit. The touch is really light, but it leaves a lot of finger stains easily. The interface is round, they’ve ditched the ads – but it’s basically a Note 11 Pro with a processor snapdragon and 5G.
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