Although the lion’s share of the attention of Xiaomi fans traditionally goes to top-end smartphones, the brand’s best-selling devices remain inexpensive solutions. And soon replenishment is expected in their ranks: in the database of the TENAA regulator, the device was registered under the code designation 22120RN86C, indicating plans to launch sometime in December. Presumably, it will enter the market under the name Redmi 11A, and in terms of back design it will rely on the Redmi K40 series – at least in the design of the camera unit. By the way, there will be two of them, but there are no details about them yet. There is also a fingerprint scanner on the plastic back, and the front panel is notable except for the teardrop-shaped cutout of the front camera. Let’s hope that Xiaomi decides to move away from the MediaTek Helio G25 chip that underlies two generations of predecessors ( Redmi 9A and Redmi 10A ).
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