Redmi Note 11S alleged renders appear online

Redmi Note 11S is expected to launch in India soon. The company recently teased a new Redmi Note phone that may soon debut in the country. Now, alleged photos of Redmi Note 11S have appeared online.

The leaked images show a punch-hole display at the device’s front. One can also see four camera sensors on the back along with an LED flash light. Camera module of Redmi Note 11S looks similar to the one currently offered with Redmi Note 10S. These alleged renders are shared by

Redmi Note 11S expected specs

As per the report, the smartphone is codenamed “miel” and its shortened model number is K7S. The phone will have two models carrying version 2201117SI (Indian) and 2201117SG (global).

The upcoming Redmi Note 11S phone is tipped to come with a 108MP Samsung HM2 camera. The phone is said to be powered by a Mediatek processor, although the name of the chipset is yet not known.

The smartphone is expected to come with a 8MP Sony IMX355 ultra-wide camera and a 2MP macro camera. Redmi Note 11S may come with 5G connectivity support as well.

The handset is rumored to sport an AMOLED or LCD panel with a high refresh rate. At the front, it may be equipped with a 13MP camera for selfies. The smartphone is said to come with an affordable price tag.

The upcoming Redmi Note 11S has appeared on multiple certification websites. It was spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) website recently with the model number 2201117SI.


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