Redmi Note 11 Pro (2023) is coming with Snapdragon 712 recently leaked. Xiaomi re-releases outdated devices with minor updates, like the Redmi Note 8 2021. The Redmi Note 11 Pro 2023 (code name “sweet”) is another similar device that will be available next year, according to the Google Play Console information.
This is the Redmi Note 11 Pro’s successor from this year, with a new CPU and camera design. The Snapdragon 712 will power the 2023 iteration, according to the GPC. That wasn’t the most spectacular chipset of the beginning of 2019, and it won’t be any better next year either.
Despite its age, it should compete well with the Helio G96 within the 2022 model, but it won’t represent a performance improvement. However, given that it was created using a 10nm technique, it could be more effective (vs 12nm for the Helio).
Redmi Note 11 Pro (2023) is coming with Snapdragon 712 recently leaked.
It’s interesting how similar it looks to the Redmi Note 10 Pro, which has the more modern (and powerful) Snapdragon 732G processor, thanks to the altered camera configuration. The 108MP central, 8MP ultra-wide, and 2MP depth cameras on the 10 Pro are identical to those on the 11 Pro.
The sole difference is that the updated model has a 2MP camera instead of the prior model’s 5MP macro camera. You may be asking why Xiaomi doesn’t just keep selling the Redmi Note 10 Pro at this time.
Although the 11 Pro features a brighter display (700 nits vs 450 nits peak) and quicker charging (67W vs 33W), it’s unclear whether these benefits will be carried over to the 2023 edition. The 11 Pro loses the ability to capture the 4K video that the 10 Pro had.