Redmi Note 11 Review 2022

Following in the footsteps of the Redmi Note 10 series is the highly anticipated Redmi Note 11. Read the full review below. For the full specs, click here.


On the back of the Redmi Note 11 is a quad camera array. The 50 MP main camera can capture clear pictures and record videos at 1080p@30fps. 

The main camera can capture photos and videos in HDR and panorama shots which is great for outdoor photography.It also features the standard ultrawide, macro, and depth cameras for various types of photography.

The selfie camera also has the capability to capture videos at 1080p@30fps, and can capture decent selfies with the 13MP sensor. It’s a really great device for use, lalo na kapag mahilig kayo mag post sa IG and Tiktok.


The display used in the Redmi Note 11 is a 90Hz AMOLED panel that has a typical brightness of 700 nits and a peak brightness of 1000 nits. 

For a release that followed the Redmi Note 10 Pro (which was one of the most sulit Redmi phones ever), the 90Hz is definitely an upgrade over the Redmi Note 10’s which had an undisclosed refresh rate (which we suspect is definitely below 90Hz).

The screen is optimized for viewing thanks to the hole-punch camera, and offers little-to-no distraction kapag nanonood.  Thanks to the sunlight display, it’s also possible to view the screen with almost zero reflection from the sun. 

The Redmi Note 11 also has a DCI-P3 na bagay na bagay with the AMOLED display. Watching media and playing games on the Redmi Note 11 will be a much better experience with the improved color range of the device’s screen. 

Yun nga lang, there might be dark, shadowy scenes from movies na mahirap ma-appreciate because of the true blacks. But otherwise, maganda lahat ng images sa Redmi Note 11. 


For a massive screen with a high refresh rate, the Redmi Note 11 requires a similarly massive battery. Although we’re exaggerating on this because the Redmi Note 11 only has a 5000mAh battery, which has actually become the series’ default battery life. 

And it’s totally fine, since it has an AMOLED screen which conserves way more energy compared to an IPS LCD display. 

In terms of charging, it’s all thanks to the 6nm Snapdragon 680. The phone comes with a 33W fast charger which brings the Redmi Note 11 to a full charge in just over an hour. 


The Redmi Note 11 also runs on a 6nm power-efficient Snapdragon 680. The Snapdragon 680 makes it possible for faster app installation, file transfers (thanks to UFS 2.2), and app loading time, just to name a few.

The chipset also enables the cameras to capture 4k videos, so this phone is also perfect for content creators, kahit Youtube, Tiktok, and Instagram pa ang platform. Coupled with a massive storage, there’s enough storage space for unlimited selfies and short clips.

The phone can handle games like Mobile Legends, LoL Wildrift, and other high-graphics games. In our video review, the phone did well even when settings were maxed out. Napakareliable talaga ng Redmi Note 11.

Price and Availability

The Redmi Note 11 is available in the following configurations: 4GB|64GB, 4GB|128GB, and 6GB|128GB. Retail price starts at PHP8,499 for the 4GB|64GB variant, and PHP9,999 for the 6GB|128GB version. Add to cart mo na sa Lazada!


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