Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge reaches in India with 120W charging

Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge reaches in India with 120W charging. Xiaomi India had an event today, unveiling “India’s fastest charging smartphone” The Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge that can top at 120W. It was also accompanied by Xiaomi 11i, Xiaomi 11i which is basically the same device however it has a larger capacity battery, with a “just” 67W charging rate. These phones are brand new, but they’re now rebranded Redmi Note 11 Pro+ and Redmi Note 11 Pro, released in the market by Xiaomi in China in the fall of 2021. 


They are the Xiaomi11i smartphones (not not to be mistaken for the Mi11i which is sold in India as the Mi 11X) are equipped with a Dimensity920 chipset. It comes with 128GB of storage that can be expanded with an SD micro card as well as 6GB or 8GB RAM. On the front, Xiaomi 11i and Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge features an 6.67″ Super AMOLED screen that has a the 120Hz rate of refresh, 1080p resolution, and the Gorilla Glass 5 on top. 

Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge reaches in India with 120W charging

There’s one hole for the 16-megapixel selfie camera. On the back , there are three cameras – eight MP ultrawide, 108MP main and a 2MP telephoto macro. The fourth hole houses the LED flash, and the fifth one is there to provide aesthetics – it’s not of any use in reality. The distinction in the 2 phones lies in the battery department : the standard 11i comes with 5160mAh battery, whereas the HyperCharge is able to use the same capacity, which is due to its more intricate design. It also supports 120W quick charging. 


Other noteworthy specs comprise Android 11 with MIUI 12.5 over the top and fingerprint scanners in the back, despite the OLED display. The good news for anyone who is considering buying one will be that Xiaomi will come with the proper charger – a 67W adapter for the 11i and 120W for the 11i HyperCharge. The Xiaomi 11i is available at INR 24,999 ($335/EUR300) and INR 26,999 ($360/EUR320) according to the choice of 8GB or 6GB RAM. 

Its 11i HyperCharge is slightly more expensive at INR26,999 ($360/EUR320) (or INR28.999 ($390/EUR345). Customers who are already Redmi Note users can get up to INR 4,000 ($53/EUR47) reduced from the cost if they swap in their previous phone. The sales will start on the 12th of January. Xiaomi will be selling the phones in four different colors : Pacific Pearl, Stealth Black, Camo Green, and Purple Mist, and they can be purchased from Xiaomi stores Mi shops, as well as “authorized retail partners”.

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