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Redmi Note 11 SE: Xiaomi average stops including charger

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A new Redmi phone has just been unveiled, making the Note 11 SE completely official. This new device does not feature impressive specifications or eye-catching design, but it will grab the attention of any interested user. The main reason is that there is no charger included.

Yes, now Redmi has joined the trend that Apple started and followed by manufacturers like Samsung or Xiaomi itself. To date, devices that have made do without a charger have been high-end terminals, although there have been exceptions, such as the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G that we analyzed a few weeks ago.

Although it’s hard to justify that a terminal worth more than a thousand euros decides not to include a charger and even worse not to lower the price or offer any discounts when buying an official charger, the fact that now the middle class has joined this trend only makes it clear that the era of the included charger may be approaching end.

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Unboxing Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Leaving aside the controversy over the Redmi Note 11 SE charger, this is a mid-range terminal that does not reinvent the wheel and is too similar to the regular Redmi Note 11. The screen is 6.43 inches with an AMOLED panel and Full HD+ resolution and a refresh rate that remains at 60Hz..

Inside the hood we find an engine signed by MediaTek Helio G95 which is accompanied by 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. UFS 2.2, which can be expanded with a microSD card. The battery of the new Redmi Note 11 SE is signed with a 5000mAh battery with 33W fast charging.

For photography department Xiaomi has opted for a 64MP main sensor with f/1.79 focal length, which is accompanied by an 8MP wide-angle lens with f/2.2 focal length. and with two auxiliary 2-megapixel depth and macro sensors with a focal length of f / 2.4 in both cases. 13MP front camera with f/2.45 focal length.

The new Redmi Note 11 SE will be officially presented on August 31, its price will be 170 euros per change. as it will only be available in India at the moment. We will be attentive to see if Xiaomi decides to launch this device within our borders, although given the lack of a charger, it could be well received.

Source: Computer Hoy

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