Redmi is ahead with another budget phone, Redmi 11T 5G

 The best budget smartphone company Redmi released the most affordable smartphone with 5G connectivity. The new phone is powered by a density processor. The phone starts from the price of Rs.16,999 with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage, the other variant is of 6GB Ram and 128GB storage which is priced around Rs.17,999. The high variant is priced at Rs.19,999 with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. The phone is available in 3 colours which are, Stardust White, Aquamarine Blue, matte black.

Built-In:





The Redmi has been making their brand mark camera module which makes them easy to recognize the phone Redmi Note 11T 5G also has the same camera module. The frame and back panel of the phone is made of plastic, but it feels solid while holding the phone. The phone weighs about 195 grams which is a manageable weight. On the right side of the phone, we have the power and volume buttons, they were placed at an easy reach position which can be able to reach even while using with a single hand. The fingerprint sensor is integrated into the power button of the phone which unlocks the phone easily without any issue.

On the left side of the phone, we have the sim tray. Right above the display, we have the secondary speakers which are stereo speaker which exhibits the best sound. On the top of the phone, we have the secondary microphone and the IR emitter. On the bottom of the phone, we have a primary speaker grill and USB Type-C port, the phone also has a 3.5mm Audio jack.

The camera module protrudes slightly, the module is quite big which gives a quad-camera set-up look. But the phone only has 2 cameras in the module. The phone has IP53 dust and splashes resistance.

Software specifications:

The phone is powered with the MediaTek Dimensity 810 SoC. The Octa-core chip of the phone has 2 ARM cortex-A76 which has a clock speed around 2.4Ghz, and 6 ARM Cortex-A55 which has a clock speed of 2Ghz. The Xiaomi has the feature which can add additional RAM up to 3GB which can be taken from the internal storage of the phone. Even we can expand the storage with the micro-SD card.

The phone has a big display of a 6.6-inch display with a Full HD+ resolution the display has a 90Hz refresh rate, the display is protected with Gorilla Glass 3. We have the option of changing the refresh rate of the phone between 50Hz, 60Hz, and 90Hz which can be based on the content we view on the screen. The phone supports dual 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 5.1, and dual-band wi-fi.




The phone runs on MIUI 12.5 with android 11. MIUI is customized and users can have the ability to personalize their phone. The phone has a good number of pre-installed apps on the phone, we can uninstall the apps if we don’t need them. The phone has the 3-button navigation layout by default which can be changed as you need. The power button can also perform several tasks with some gestures.

Performance:

The Redmi Note 11T has the best crisp display which has a bright enough display to use in outdoor conditions. The phone has a good amount of refresh rate which makes the scrolling smooth and also animation is good. There are some display colours such as vivid, saturation and also tweak the colour temperature of the panel. The uses dual speakers but they aren’t balanced, the primary buttons speaker appears to be louder than the secondary speaker.

The phone doesn’t have any type of lag and shutter and the multitasking of the phone was easy. Also, the side-mounted fingerprint scanner is easy and quick to unlock. The phone has the best benchmark score the phone has a 3,55,628 score in AnTuTu.

The phone is built for the best performance at the budget range. BGMI ran without any lag and shutter even with high graphics settings and also the high frame rate. The battery drop was quite normal we can see in regular phones, the phone caught some heat on the back panel of the phone after some time of gaming.

The battery life of the phone was quite the best. The phone has a huge 5000mAh battery which can survive one and a half-day easily without any issue. The phone lasted 16 hours in the HD video loop test, with the refresh rate was set to 90Hz. The phone is provided with a 33W charger which charges the phone quickly, the phone gets charged 100% in one hour which is quite good speed.

Cameras:

The phone has 2 rare cameras, the primary one is 50-megapixel with an aperture of f/1.8 and the ultra-wide camera is 8-megapixel with 119 degrees wide. The selfie camera is 16-megapixel with an aperture of f/2.5. The app interface was easy which we had seen in all of the Redmi phones.

The daylight shots taken on the phone were average with the poor details when we zoom in the image even a bit. The images were over-sharpened with made loss of details. Overall, the primary camera shots were good for the budget phone.

Ultra-wide:

The ultra-wide has a good view. The images have been noisy and distorted. The colour contrast has a bit more, the red colour in the images appears harsh. The objects at the far have more noise and lees details. The contrast was increased when we compared the shots taken in the primary camera.

Portraits:

The close-up shots have a soft blur in the background and good object detection. The details were fine in the close-up shots. The colours were natural. There was no sign of noise and temperature changes in the image.

Portrait shots have good edge detection, we can fix the amount of blur we need before taking the shot. The images were well sharpened, the contrast in the images made the picture look even good. The details were good in the image.

Low-light:

The images in the low-light conditions were average with the poor colour tone, the details in the images were poor. Even we shift to night mode there was no difference in the image. Just by enabling the night mode the shadows were brightened.

Selfie:

The selfie shots have the best details the skin tone in the image was good. There was no sign of noise in the image. selfie portrait has good edge detection, and the background blur was good.

Video:

The phone can capture the video at 1080P at 60Fps which appeared to be a disappointing thing, the Redmi note 10S can record the videos at 4K resolution, but this phone is limited at 1080P. The daylight videos were stabilized. There was noise in the low light conditions. 

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