Redmi Note 11T Pro+ confirmed to have 120W fast charging

Redmi Note 11T Pro+ confirmed to have 120W fast charging

Redmi will launch its newest line of phones, namely the Redmi Note 11 T, 11T Pro, and 11T Pro+. The Redmi 11T Pro+ variant will have a Surging P1 chip and 120W fast charging. Xiaomi is all set to launch its newest line of phones on May 24 in China. The series that will be launched is the Redmi Note 11T series, where they will launch three models at once namely the Redmi Note 11 T, 11T Pro, and 11T Pro +.

Now, just a day before its official launch, the company has shared a new teaser poster that reveals some important details regarding the phone’s battery and charging capabilities. You see, some leaks reveal that this device will come with more than 100W charging. The company has confirmed that the top model in the upcoming series, the Redmi Note 11T Pro+, will come with a self-developed Surging P1 chip for fast charging technology. Unmitigated, they will be able to do fast-charging up to 120W.

Reporting from Gizmochina (May 23), the phone is also claimed to be more focused on battery health and equipped with special optimizations. It will support charging even at low temperatures of -10 degrees Celsius and is equipped with a USB Type-C port with platinum coating for corrosion resistance.

Xiaomi has also revealed that the Redmi Note 11T series phone will come with IP53 certification, making it splash and dust resistant. There will be reinforced protection at the four corners and it will have Gorilla Glass protection for the screen. Redmi Note 11T Pro+ is equipped with a 6.6-inch 144 Hz Full HD+ IPS LCD screen with LTPS technology, 20.5:9 aspect ratio, and DC dimming support. The processor it uses is the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 5G, which is manufactured by TSMC on a 4nm fabrication.

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This phone will come with a triple camera configuration on the back. The main camera consists of a 64 MP Samsung ISOCELL GW1 sensor which has a sensor size of 1/1.72 inches to allow more light to enter thereby improving the quality of night shots.

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