Redmi may not have tweaked the internal much, but it has definitely changed the look of the phone. The Redmi Note 11 Pro+ comes with a glass back with plastic edges. The frosted glass finish makes the phone look more premium, especially in the case of the Mirage Blue colour variant. It also makes the phone immune to dust and smudges. You also get a tiered rear-camera setup – same as Redmi Note 10 Pro Max – at the back along with a flat design. The phone is light in weight and comfortable to use. (Image: Shweta Ganjoo/BGR India)
Coming to the display, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G sports a 6.67-inch super AMOLED display with a screen refresh rate of 120Hz and 1200 nits of peak brightness. The phone has extremely thin bezels on the top and on the sides along with a slightly thick chin. There is a punch hole at the top that houses the front camera. Details aside, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G comes with a bright and well lit display that doesn’t disappoint even under the sun. The colours are sharp and punchy, which makes watching videos on OTT platforms such as Disney+ Hotstar and Amazon Prime Video a delight. (Image: Shweta Ganjoo/BGR India)
As far as the cameras are concerned, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G comes with a 16MP front camera and a triple rear camera setup consisting of a 108MP ultra-wide angle sensor, an 8MP sensor and a 2MP macro sensor. It is marginally different from the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max that also sported a 108MP primary rear camera. In terms of performance, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G snaps crisp and clear images during the daylight conditions. The images have ample contrast and depth. This macro lens also captures ample details. At night, it tends to oversaturate colours when there is sufficient light. In the absence of ample light at night, there is visible noise in the images. However, the front camera isn’t as effective as it doesn’t capture images with ample clarity. This is also true for selfies clicked at night with some light. (Image: Shweta Ganjoo/BGR India)
Coming to performance, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G chipset that is coupled with up to 8GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage space. It runs the Android 11 OS, which is quite dated for a smartphone launching in 2022. Yet the overall experience remains smooth and glitch free under most conditions. You won’t notice any lag in day-to-day usage, which for me included answering endless mails, messages and calls, at least an hour of social media time and at least one hour on OTT services. The biometrics, which include a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and face recognition feature, work perfectly without a hitch all the time. (Image: Shweta Ganjoo/BGR India)
On the battery front, the phone is backed by a 5,000mAh battery with support for a 67W charger. It goes from zero to 100 in around 60-80 minutes. While I didn’t notice any major issues with the phone, it does heat up slightly while charging. In usage, the battery easily lasts for a day without having a need to juice up on a day-to-day basis. On weekends, when the usage goes down dramatically, the battery easily lasts for a day-and-a-half. (Image: Shweta Ganjoo/BGR India)
Overall, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G is a decent mid-range smartphone with a vibrant display, a long battery life, and a smooth performance. The camera, however, offers a mixed bag of performance, snapping bright and clear images from the rear camera setup during the day but missing out during the night. The front camera, on the other hand, fails to impress. Overall, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G is a feature-packed device that faces tough competition from its predecessor, which offers similar features at a lower price, and smartphones from companies like Realme. (Image: Shweta Ganjoo/BGR India)
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