Xiaomi Redmi 11A; Potential Entry-tier Contender Appears on TENAA Listing with Renders

Sohail Akhtar

Xiaomi Redmi potentially has a brand new numbered variant underway. Though it's yet to be confirmed, the newcomer should emerge from the territory of Redmi 10C, A1, & A1+. Hinted by the listing in TENAA, the phone has a strong chance of getting official by the end of December. 

Rumor-verse believes the numbered model "22120RN86C" sighted on TENAA could be Xiaomi Redmi 11A, the awaited A-line descendent. The document bears a digital render almost identical to April unveiled Redmi 10A. 

The newcomer aligns with the parent Redmi 10A and 9A in design, chamfered edges, rear-located biometric, and camera housing. The phone appears to have three cameras inside an accented area with Redmi branding. On the front, a waterdrop notch bleeds into the screen. Moreover, the phone has diagonal stripes on a sizable form factor.

Besides the features mentioned above, the TENAA index reveals nothing interesting about the Xiaomi Redmi new model. Since it's suspected to be a sub-entry-level offering, its hardware manifest should somewhat mimic the previous models. 

To recall, the forerunner Redmi 10A flexes an octa-core Mediatek Helio G25 engine at a light Redmi Price. Featuring a 12nm architecture, this SoC scores 91054 points in the AnTuTu benchmark test. It's available in Pakistan with 3GB/64GB and 4GB/128GB variations paired with an integrated PowerVR GE8320 GPU.

Linked to a dense 5000mAh battery, the aged Redmi 10A brings a basic 6.53" HD+ IPS LCD panel capped at 720 x 1600 resolution and a pixel density of 269 PPI. Out of the box, it booted up to an Android 11 OS. For optics, it uses a 13MP primary plus a 5MP selfie shooter. Its backplate has a center-aligned fingerprint reader for security. The expected tag of the 11A could be the same as the Xiaomi Redmi 10C price in Pakistan.


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