This week Xiaomi will do what it does with enviable regularity – it will release its bestsellers. We are talking about the new Redmi Note 11 series, where the top version of the Redmi Note 11 Pro + will be the most charged. We know that all new items will receive various chips from the Dimensity family.
There is no shortage of information about new products. And now the results of the Dimensity 920 run in the Geekbench 5 benchmark have been posted on the network. It is expected that this processor will form the basis of the Redmi Note 11 Pro with the model number Xiaomi 21091116C. According to the test results in the synthetic test, the smartphone scored 740 points in single-core mode, and 2221 in multi-core mode.
According to the information that circulated on the network, Redmi Note 11 Pro will be awarded an AMOLED screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, 6/8 GB of RAM and a flash drive with a capacity of 128/256 GB. The battery capacity should be 5,000 mAh and will offer 67-watt fast charging.
The smartphone should have a 16-megapixel front camera and a triple rear camera with 108 megapixel + 8 megapixel + 2 megapixel sensors. We expecr that for the basic variant with 6/128 GB they should ask $ 250 for it; and the top-end version with 8/256 GB can be estimated at $ 312.
Samsung cannot win back leadership in the Indian smartphone market from Xiaomi
Although Samsung maintained its leading position in the global smartphone market in the third quarter of this year, the situation in some regions remains radically different. In India, Xiaomi led the market in the second quarter of this year; and a similar trend continued in the third.
According to Canalys experts, the number of smartphones sold in the country fell by 5% in comparison with last year, while the sales volume is still higher than in the second quarter. We expect that in the fourth quarter of the year; interest in electronics will rise again with the onset of the holiday season.
According to the latest data, Xiaomi (along with the sub-brands POCO and Redmi) continues to dominate India with 24% of the smartphone market – over 11.2 million units sold. Samsung is in second place with 19% (9.1 million smartphones). Vivo and Realme account for 17% and 16% respectively.
The gap between Samsung and the latter companies is too insignificant for the leadership of the South Korean manufacturer; to not worry about possible competition; the company may lose ground in any of the following quarters. While Samsung has managed to narrow the gap between its performance and Xiaomi’s results somewhat; it still has a lot to do in order to regain the leading position; that it has lost in the region relatively recently.
It is noteworthy that in other regions, Samsung is also inferior to Xiaomi. At the end of the second quarter, the companies held similar positions in the ranking of smartphone sellers in Russia. Now the situation may worsen due to the ban on selling more than 50 Samsung models in Russia; in connection with a patent dispute over Samsung Pay; although the court’s decision has not yet entered into force.