Xiaomi has always managed to score high scores with the Redmi Note series and this also applies to the Redmi Note 11. For just under 200 euros, it has specifications that you will only find elsewhere in the more expensive segment. For example, there is a Full-HD OLED display that can refresh at ninety frames per second, which looks smooth. The maximum brightness is so good that it can compete with the high-end devices.
This smartphone also scores very well in terms of battery life, especially if you use the device to watch videos. The combination of a 50MP main camera and an 8MP wide-angle camera is quite versatile for the money, although 4K video recording isn’t supported like most budget smartphones.
Xiaomi has not forgotten the headphone jack, the placement of two SIM cards, the microSD card reader and the fingerprint reader. The phone runs the MIUI software from Xiaomi and is not free from unwanted apps and ads, but it does offer many customization options.