Before the launch of the iPhone 12 series, it was quite normal for a smartphone box to contain a charger. However, this is no longer the case since the official release of the iPhone 12 series. Apple expunged the charger from the box claiming that it is for “environmental protection”. However, the company still manufactures these chargers, and users have to buy them separately. Some companies are following Apple’s standard by removing the chargers from the box. However, there is now confirmation that Redmi will not be towing that path. The Redmi Note 11 series will not only support fast charging, it will also come with a standard charger.
Today, the Redmi Note 11 series (model 21091116AC) obtained network access permission from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. The network access certification shows that the Redmi Note 11 series packaging box contains a power adapter, pins, mobile phone protective shell, manuals, data cables, and so on.
This means that the Redmi Note 11 series comes with a standard charging head. We know that the top version of the Redmi Note 11 series supports 120W fast charging. However, we do not expect Redmi to include a 120W charging head in the box.
Earlier, Lu Weibing, general manager of the Redmi brand, said when interacting with a Mi Fan that the 120W charging head is too expensive. This means that the Pro+ users who want to experience 120W fast charging will have to purchase the charging head separately. However, the good news is that the Redmi Note 11 series will come with a standard charging head.
Redmi Note 11 series is very attractive
Judging from the available information so far, the Redmi Note 11 display will support a 120Hz refresh rate. This display will also support a 360Hz touch sampling rate. This means that the Note 11 series will offer players a faster and more accurate display. Also, its response speed to games will also be quite good. Furthermore, the punch-hole on the front of this device is also quite good. Redmi only reserved a 2.9mm aperture for the selfie shooter. This ensures that the user will not block the camera in daily use. It also gives the device a premium appearance.
In addition, Redmi Note 11 will also support 360° light sensing and a DCI-P3 wide colour gamut. This enables the Redmi Note 11 to maintain appropriate brightness and excellent colour reproduction under different lighting conditions and usage scenarios. With such an excellent screen, JBL dual speakers, long battery life, and a “maverick” straight-edge design, the Redmi Note 11 will be a “Little King Kong” worth looking forward to.