Xiaomi Redmi Note 11/Pro is not equipped with Snapdragon 778G

Redmi Note 11 series phones will be officially released at 19:00 on October 28, and there will also be Redmi Watch 2 smartwatches.

According to the Weibo blogger @数码闲聊站, the Redmi Note 11 series stacking materials are quite tough, so the core processor does not use the flagship core. It's not the Snapdragon 778G, the first release of the old friend's house but no commercial processor. In addition, the Redmi Note 10 series will be sold together, and you can choose according to your needs.

The Redmi Note 10 series was released at the end of May this year. Among them, the Redmi Note 10 Pro is equipped with Dimensity 1100 processors, and Redmi Note 10 5G is equipped with Dimensity 700 processors.

Redmi officially stated that the AMOLED screen form of Note 11 adopts a 1.75mm ultra-narrow edge and a 2.96mm pinhole screen. Note 11 Xiaojingang AMOLED screen supports 120Hz high brush and 360Hz high touch.

Note 11 Xiaojingang AMOLED screen supports high-quality display, supports DCI-P3 wide color gamut, 360° light sensor, eye protection display, and reduces blue light.

Redmi Note 11 uses Samsung AMOLED diamond arrangement, its pixel arrangement is more scientific, the edge of the text is sharp when reading, and the color of watching movies is more layered.

Redmi Note 11/Pro mobile phone will use side fingerprint recognition, with three rear cameras and the front camera centered. Xiaomi Wang Teng said that the phone will use an AG glass back cover, which is warm to the touch.

This phone is equipped with JBL dual speakers, a top-mounted 3.5mm headphone jack, and an infrared remote control function. Some broke the news that this phone is expected to support 120W fast charging.

According to Redmi's official warm-up, Redmi Note 11/Pro mobile phones that support "multi-function NFC", are equipped with the latest "Bluetooth 5.2" protocol, 3.5mm headphone jack, support WiFi 6, and all systems come standard with "X-axis linear motors". It also supports the smooth running of well-known large-scale MOBA games at 90FPS.

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