today, Redmi officially announced on its Weibo that it will hold a new product launch event in a few days. This event will hold at 7 pm (Chinese time) on October 28.
In its recent Weibo post, Redmi also revealed the design of the Redmi Note 11 for the first time. This device is a new definition of the Redmi Note series and comes with a big change in its appearance. This smartphone will adopt a right-angled bezel scheme similar to the iPhone 13. However, the four corners are relatively more rounded, and the overall hand sensitivity should be better than that of the iPhone. Also, the thickness of this device seems to be excellent.
the audio performance of the Redmi Note 11 series should also be very good. It can be seen that the phone is also equipped with speaker openings on the top. This device will likely use a symmetrical dual speaker with JBL certification on the top and bottom. This will offer a very immersive experience, and the volume will be louder. Of course, it will be more friendly for older users.
In addition, on the top of the Redmi Note 11 series, there is an “extremely advanced” 3.5mm independent headphone jack. It can use the headphones and at the same time charge. Thus, there is no need to buy an extra high-priced Bluetooth headset, which is very practical. The image also shows that this device will come with a center punch-hole full-screen display. It is expected that the screen will also support a 120Hz high refresh rate. The overall video and audio effects of this smartphone will be excellent.
Xiaomi is all set to launch the Redmi Watch 2 in China, with the wearable set to launch alongside the company’s budget Note series. As we mentioned, the teaser post from the company confirms certain design aspects of the smartwatch.
The teaser reveals that the Redmi Watch 2 will feature a square screen with curved corners, with the right side of the chassis featuring a button, which can let the user access the menu options.
However, we can tell that the smartwatch will likely bring support for SpO2 monitoring, heart rate monitoring and sleep tracking, with support for multiple in-app watch faces and sports modes for the workout enthusiast, with modes like cycling, swimming and running the most common of the bunch.