Xiaomi POCO X4 and POCO X4 NFC Edition Certified; Redmi Note 11 Pro Rehashed

Faisal Rasool

It’s been more than a year since the POCO X3 series came out. A successor is long overdue. So POCO’s new line of mid-range X phones is brewing. The Xiaomi POCO X4 and POCO X4 NFC Edition were just certified on a public platform.

Xiaomi POCO X4 NFC and POCO X4 are listed on the IMEI database. You can look them up under the model names “2201116PI” and “2201116PG,” respectively. From the model tags, we learn that the POCO X4 is not a new phone. But a rehash of the Redmi Note 11 Pro that dropped in China recently. 

We might see a few cosmetic tweaks, but it’s essentially the same device. It’s not uncommon for POCO to rebrand Xiaomi phones. POCO has already released the Redmi Note 11 as POCO M4 Pro. The POCO X4 will make its debut in India, based on the product listing.

Redmi Note 11 Pro is the brand's most premium Note phone yet. The New Redmi Xiaomi mobile is made of a glass shell, which is rare these days, even for flagship phones. Gorilla Glass 5 toughens it.

The display is a SuperAMOLED panel featuring a 120Hz refresh rate, 1200 nits of eye-searing brightness, and 1080P resolution. Speakers deliver stereo sound. The camera uses 108MP wide, 8MP ultrawide, and 2MP telephoto lenses. Everything runs on Dimensity 920, 5160 mAh battery, and 67W charging.


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