Redmi Note 11 review: Xiaomi smartphone with a 90 Hz OLED display and 1,000 nits at an absolute bargain price

Redmi Note 11 review: Xiaomi smartphone with a 90 Hz OLED display and 1,000 nits at an absolute bargain price

Display reference for devices under 200 Euros (~$214). For a price of less than 200 Euros (~$214), the Redmi Note 11 features a very interesting technical configuration. First of all, the very bright AMOLED panel including its 90 Hz refresh rate and excellent calibration is a unique selling point. Read on to find out where users will have to compromise with the Xiaomi phone.

Marcus Herbrich (translated by Stephanie Chamberlain), 🇩🇪

Although the Redmi Note 11 belongs to the low-priced mid-range, Xiaomi really excels when it comes to the display. The most affordable model of the Redmi Note 11 series, which was introduced in February, has a 6.43-inch AMOLED display with a 90 Hz refresh rate and a maximum brightness of up to 1,000 nits. 

It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680, which is accompanied by LPDDR4X RAM and UFS 2.2 storage. You can choose from the following model variants:

Redmi Note 11 | 64 GB | 4 GB RAM | 200 Euro (~$214) (MSRP)

Redmi Note 11 | 128 GB | 4 GB RAM | 230 Euro (~$247) (MSRP)

Redmi Note 11 | 128 GB | 4 GB RAM | 260 Euro (~$279) (MSRP)

The built-in 5,000 mAh battery supports 33-watt fast charging, and an appropriate 33-watt charger is included in the box. To round off the Redmi Note 11’s features, there’s a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and an integrated 3.5 mm audio jack. 

Display

6.43 inch 20:9, 2400 x 1080 pixel 409 PPI, capacitive touchscreen, OLED, glossy: yes, HDR, 90 Hz

Storage

64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash, 64 GB 

, 42.6 GB free

Connections

1 USB 2.0, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), Audio Connections: 3.5 mm audio jack, Card Reader: microSD up to 1 TB (no eFAT), 1 Fingerprint Reader, NFC, Brightness Sensor, Sensors: accelerometer, gyro, compass, OTG, Miracast, IR blaster

Networking

802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5), Bluetooth 5.1, 4G: LTE FDD: 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/20/284G: LTE TDD: 38/40/41, (B41 2535-2655 MHz); 3G: WCDMA:1/2/4/5/82G; GSM: 850 900 1800 1900 MHz, Dual SIM, LTE, GPS

Size

height x width x depth (in mm): 8.09 x 159.87 x 73.87 ( = 0.32 x 6.29 x 2.91 in)

Battery

5000 mAh Lithium-Polymer

Charging

fast charging / Quickcharge

Operating System

Android 11

Camera

Primary Camera: 50 MPix (f/1.8, 26 mm) 8 MP (1/4″, 1.12 µm) 2 MP (macro) 2 MP (depth), camera API: Level 3

Secondary Camera: 16 MPix (f/2.5, 1/3.06″, 1.0 µm)

Additional features

Speakers: stereo, Keyboard: virtual, case, USB cable, charger, MIUI 13, 12 Months Warranty, Widevine L1, SAR value: 0.596 W/​kg head, 0.956 W/​kg body, fanless

Weight

179 g ( = 6.31 oz / 0.39 pounds), Power Supply: 114 g ( = 4.02 oz / 0.25 pounds)

Note: The manufacturer may use components from different suppliers including display panels, drives or memory sticks with similar specifications.

Rating

Date

Model

Weight

Drive

Size

Resolution

Best Price

79.8 %

05/2022

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

SD 680, Adreno 610
179 g64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash6.43″2400×1080
75.1 %

05/2022

Motorola Moto G22

Helio G37, PowerVR GE8320
185 g64 GB eMMC Flash6.50″1600×720
80.5 %

01/2022

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Dimensity 810, Mali-G57 MP2
195 g128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash6.60″2400×1080
77.6 %

05/2022

realme C35

T616, Mali-G57 MP1
189 g64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash6.60″2408×1080
74.9 %

12/2021

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Exynos 850, Mali-G52 MP1
205 g64 GB eMMC Flash6.50″1600×720

The 179-gram Redmi Note 11 is available in three color options. Although the build quality is very impressive for this price range, the Xiaomi phone doesn’t feel premium. Both the back and the frame are made of plastic, which is noticeable. The high-gloss finish of our Star Blue review sample barely hides fingerprints. However, users who choose the black version will get a satined plastic surface.

The IP53-certified Redmi phone features a flat OLED display at the front, which comes with a wide “chin”. However, the competition in the affordable mid-range doesn’t offer a much better ratio between the display and the front of the device, either. About 84.5% of the Redmi Note 11’s front is dedicated to the AMOLED panel.

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Given the price level of under 200 Euros (~$214), there are no real points of criticism for the Redmi Note 11 in terms of connectivity. The device comes with Miracast, UFS storage, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, and an IR blaster. Moreover, the internal storage can be expanded by up to 1 TB via microSD cards. In addition, external peripherals and storage devices can be connected via the USB port, but it only supports the 2.0 standard.

The Redmi Note 11 has a triple card slot, which means that two nano SIM cards and one microSD card can be used in parallel. With our Angelbird V60 reference card, the speed is at a decent level. The SD card reader gets good transfer rates out of our storage medium in the Cross Platform Disk test, and the copy speed of about 25 MB/s is satisfactory as well.

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash (Angelbird V60)


47.8 MB/s ∼100% +93%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash (Angelbird AV Pro V60)


24.74 MB/s ∼52%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash (Angelbird V60)


24.3 MB/s ∼51% -2%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash (Angelbird V60)


20.5 MB/s ∼43% -17%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash (Angelbird AV Pro V60)


15.47 MB/s ∼32% -37%

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash; Sequential write; Angelbird AV Pro V60: Ø38.4 (25.6-49.1)

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash; Sequential write; Angelbird AV Pro V60: Ø32 (25-46.5)

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash; Sequential read; Angelbird AV Pro V60: Ø76.4 (38.4-81.8)

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash; Sequential read; Angelbird AV Pro V60: Ø75.5 (58.6-78.9)

Xiaomi combines the Android system with its in-house MIUI user interface on version 13. According to reports, the Redmi Note 11 will still be provided with security updates at 90-day intervals until 2025. Besides the upcoming upgrade to Android 12, it should also get an update to Android 13. We were unable to find official information from the manufacturer. At the time of our review, the Xiaomi phone is not up to date due to it running Android 11 and security patches from January 2022.

In MIUI 13, the Redmi Note 11 makes use of a redesigned MiSans font, a variety of new widgets, as well as support for Google’s “Material You” design. What’s somewhat unnecessary are the ad banners or ads displayed within the MIUI 13 interface, such as when an app is installed. However, these so-called MSA (MIUI System Ads) can generally be disabled quite easily. The existing bloatware, such as games or Netflix, can also be uninstalled.

When it comes to communication modules, Xiaomi uses an NFC chip for contactless payments via Google Pay as well as Bluetooth 5.0. Furthermore, the Qualcomm chipset in the Redmi Note 11 allows accessing the mobile Internet over 4G. The X11 modem doesn’t support the 5G standard.

The Xiaomi phone covers a total of 12 LTE bands and all the relevant LTE frequencies for the German-speaking region, including the LTE Band 20 and the Band 28. However, the budget Redmi model isn’t recommended for a trip abroad, e.g. to the USA, since it doesn’t have bands 13 and 25.

The Note 11 offers solid transfer rates over Wi-Fi 5 networks. In combination with our Asus ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 reference router, the Xiaomi phone is on par with the low-priced mid-range competition. Nevertheless, stability is quite low in our measurements.

Average of class Smartphone

  (72.5 – 1736, n=36, last 2 years)





704 MBit/s ∼100% +136%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash





326 (305min – 332max) MBit/s ∼46% +9%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





298 (198min – 345max) MBit/s ∼42%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





244 (179min – 255max) MBit/s ∼35% -18%

Average of class Smartphone

  (78.3 – 1710, n=36, last 2 years)





716 MBit/s ∼100% +122%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash





370 (351min – 376max) MBit/s ∼52% +15%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





347 (309min – 366max) MBit/s ∼48% +8%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





322 (162min – 386max) MBit/s ∼45%

Average of class Smartphone

  (5.59 – 1395, n=229, last 2 years)





479 MBit/s ∼100%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash





42.9 (21min – 65max) MBit/s ∼9%

Average of class Smartphone

  (15.5 – 1348, n=229, last 2 years)





467 MBit/s ∼100%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash





50.4 (41min – 57max) MBit/s ∼11%

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; iperf3 Client (receive) 1 m 4M x10 GT-AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø297 (198-345)

; iperf3 Client (transmit) 1 m 4M x10 GT-AXE11000; iperf 3.1.3: Ø323 (162-386)

In order to assess the device’s tracking capabilities in practice, we log a route with the Garmin Venu 2 for comparison purposes. The Redmi Note 11 determines its position via GPS (L1), GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo (E1). The satellite fix outdoors is fast and has an accuracy of about 4 meters. Even indoors, the Xiaomi phone determines its position quickly and accurately.

The deviations in the path are small, meaning that the routes are often identical for the mid-range phone and the smartwatch. The detailed GPS log reveals minor inaccuracies in the Redmi phone, though, especially when changing directions.

The dual-SIM phone supports two nano SIM cards as well as VoLTE. Call quality is at a good level, and even in speaker mode, the budget mid-range phone allows the participants in a video call to communicate intelligibly.

Selfie taken with the Redmi Note 11

The 13 MP camera, which is located in the punch hole at the front, takes solid selfies in Photo mode. The Samsung S5K3L6 sensor reproduces subjects slightly softly and quite dully, and exposure could be better tuned as well.

The Redmi Note 11’s rear-facing quad-camera system consists of a 50 MP main sensor from Samsung (S5KJN1), an 8 MP ultra wide-angle lens, as well as two 2 MP sensors for macro and depth photos. The Samsung ISOCELL JN1 has a sensor size of 1/2.76 inches, and it has an aperture of f/1.8 in the Redmi Note 11. By default, photos are taken in pixel-binning mode, so the images are 12.5 MP instead of 50 MP. 

The results are more than decent for this price range – we really like the pictures taken with the affordable mid-range phone in very good light conditions in particular. The colors are also compelling with a vivid but not over-saturated representation. We can’t determine any major deviations (DeltaE deviations >10) in our measurement with the ColorChecker Passport. However, image sharpness suffers with very distant subjects, and the dynamic range is rather low as well. Clear compromises have to be made in low light, although subjects are rendered much sharper than with other smartphones in this price range that are equipped with the Samsung ISOCELL JN1.

With a field of view of 118 degrees, a lot of image content can be captured with the ultra wide-angle lens that includes the GalaxyCore GC08A3 sensor. However, we see a lot of room for improvement in terms of quality here. The photos have many image errors, and the sharpness level is low. Nonetheless, the quality of the ultra wide-angle lens is still slightly above average for this price range.

Videos can only be recorded at up to 30 fps in Full HD quality with the Note 11 – this is a limitation of the Snapdragon 680, which doesn’t support a UHD option. However, the device’s poor stabilization doesn’t exactly make the Xiaomi phone suitable for recording videos, either. Switching between the wide-angle and ultra wide-angle lens when filming isn’t possible with the Redmi phone.

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Image Comparison

Choose a scene and navigate within the first image. One click changes the position on touchscreens. One click on the zoomed-in image opens the original in a new window. The first image shows the scaled photograph of the test device.

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5.4 ∆E

2.3 ∆E

5.8 ∆E

8.4 ∆E

4.8 ∆E

2 ∆E

5.2 ∆E

6.8 ∆E

4.2 ∆E

8.6 ∆E

4.1 ∆E

6.1 ∆E

4.8 ∆E

7.5 ∆E

6.4 ∆E

3.5 ∆E

2.4 ∆E

4.6 ∆E

7.8 ∆E

3.4 ∆E

3.7 ∆E

3.5 ∆E

8.4 ∆E

8.6 ∆E

ColorChecker Xiaomi Redmi Note 11: 5.35 ∆E min: 1.97 – max: 8.65 ∆E

29.4 ∆E

55 ∆E

39.6 ∆E

36.3 ∆E

45.2 ∆E

62.4 ∆E

54.2 ∆E

35.7 ∆E

43.8 ∆E

28 ∆E

66.2 ∆E

64.7 ∆E

29.4 ∆E

48.6 ∆E

37.3 ∆E

76.8 ∆E

44 ∆E

44.1 ∆E

93.7 ∆E

71 ∆E

52.5 ∆E

37 ∆E

23.9 ∆E

13.5 ∆E

ColorChecker Xiaomi Redmi Note 11: 47.18 ∆E min: 13.46 – max: 93.71 ∆E
The Redmi Note 11’s 33-watt charger

The low-priced mid-range phone comes with a modular 33-watt charger, a data and charging cable, a case, a SIM pin, and a Quick Start guide with warranty conditions. In addition, a screen protector comes installed by default.

The manufacturer grants a 12-month warranty on its phone.

The capacitive touchscreen detects inputs quickly and with precision, and the Gorilla Glass 3’s gliding properties are equally compelling. At the same time, the built-in AMOLED panel is responsive with a sampling rate of up to 180 Hz, while it offers a refresh rate of 90 Hz, which makes animations and scrolling look pleasingly smooth.

An active fingerprint scanner that is integrated into the power button provides biometric security. It operates quickly and delivers good recognition rates. Unlocking the device with facial recognition via the front-facing camera is just as fast, but this 2D method is less secure.

Subpixel grid

The Redmi Note 11’s 6.43-inch Dot Display is based on AMOLED technology. You can set its refresh rate to either 60 or 90 Hz. Adaptive control, such as the one observed in flagships, is not available here.

The Chinese manufacturer doesn’t officially advertise an HDR10 certification, but according to the “DRM Info” app, the OLED panel, which has a resolution of 2400×1080 pixels, supports HDR content. Considering the brightness of 1,010 cd/m² (APL18) that we measured, users should also benefit from this. Using a completely white background, the Xiaomi phone manages a peak brightness of 702 cd/m², which is just as outstanding in this price range. The very even brightness distribution of the Dot Display is also worth mentioning.

Due to its technology, the Redmi Note 11 uses pulse width modulation (PWM) at a low frequency of 90 to 171 Hz for brightness control. The OLED flickering in the Xiaomi smartphone starts at 55% of the maximum brightness and runs at a constant 90 Hz with a very low and even amplitude curve. We didn’t find a DC dimming mode in the settings menu.

694

cd/m²
691

cd/m²
700

cd/m²
697

cd/m²
702

cd/m²
708

cd/m²
705

cd/m²
706

cd/m²
703

cd/m²

Distribution of brightness

X-Rite i1Pro 3

Maximum: 708 cd/m² (Nits) Average: 700.7 cd/m² Minimum: 2.45 cd/m²

Brightness Distribution: 98 %

Center on Battery: 702 cd/m²

Contrast: ∞:1 (Black: 0 cd/m²)

ΔE Color 1 | 0.59-29.43 Ø5.4

ΔE Greyscale 1.4 | 0.64-98 Ø5.6

95.1% sRGB (Calman 2D)

Gamma: 2.2

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

OLED, 2400×1080, 6.43
Motorola Moto G22

IPS LCD, 1600×720, 6.50
Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

TFT-LCD, 2400×1080, 6.60
realme C35

IPS, 2408×1080, 6.60
Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

IPS LCD, 1600×720, 6.50
Brightness middle

702

451

-36%

504

-28%

585

-17%

446

-36%

Brightness

701

431

-39%

499

-29%

558

-20%

423

-40%

Brightness Distribution

98

90

-8%

91

-7%

89

-9%

88

-10%

Black Level *

0.5

0.72

0.6

0.29

Colorchecker dE 2000 *

1

5.82

-482%

3.3

-230%

4.4

-340%

4.94

-394%

Colorchecker dE 2000 max. *

2.3

9.3

-304%

6

-161%

8.77

-281%

8.81

-283%

Greyscale dE 2000 *

1.4

5

-257%

4.1

-193%

5.9

-321%

5.1

-264%

Gamma

2.2 100%

2.776 79%

2.28 96%

2.228 99%

2.145 103%

CCT

6520 100%

7683 85%

7041 92%

8001 81%

7890 82%

Contrast

902

700

975

1538

… smaller is better

Screen Flickering / PWM (Pulse-Width Modulation)

To dim the screen, some notebooks will simply cycle the backlight on and off in rapid succession – a method called Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) . This cycling frequency should ideally be undetectable to the human eye. If said frequency is too low, users with sensitive eyes may experience strain or headaches or even notice the flickering altogether.

Screen flickering / PWM detected 171.4 Hz

The display backlight flickers at 171.4 Hz (Likely utilizing PWM) .

The frequency of 171.4 Hz is relatively low, so sensitive users will likely notice flickering and experience eyestrain at the stated brightness setting and below.

In comparison: 52 % of all tested devices do not use PWM to dim the display. If PWM was detected, an average of 21913 (minimum: 5 – maximum: 3846000) Hz was measured.

Series of measurements with a fixed zoom level and different brightness settings

When it comes to the display, the Redmi Note 11 doesn’t lack any configuration options. Users can choose from three different profiles and customize the color temperature to their personal taste. However, individual display parameters, such as saturation or gamma, can’t be tweaked.

In our tests with the CalMAN software and a spectrophotometer, the AMOLED panel proves to be very well calibrated, and it hardly shows any color deviations in the “Standard” profile. Due to the OLED technology, where individual pixels can be completely switched off, an “absolute” black is achieved, and contrast (theoretically) tends towards infinity.

Display Response Times

Display response times show how fast the screen is able to change from one color to the next. Slow response times can lead to afterimages and can cause moving objects to appear blurry (ghosting). Gamers of fast-paced 3D titles should pay special attention to fast response times.

Thanks to the high brightness, the Redmi Note 11 is also optimally equipped for everyday use outdoors. However, the automatic brightness feature should be activated here. Otherwise, the Xiaomi phone stops at 445 cd/m2. Screen content remains legible even in direct sunlight and under the accompanying reflections on the glass surface.

The AMOLED panel’s viewing-angle stability is very good, and only at very flat viewing angles is a slight brightness loss noticeable.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 powers the Redmi Note 11. The SoC, which has been manufactured in a 6 nm process, has four Cortex-A73 cores (2.4 GHz) and four Cortex-A53 cores (1.8 GHz). An Adreno 610 is integrated as graphics unit.

The Redmi phone ranks behind the Poco M4 Pro in our benchmark package, although the latter also has a bit more RAM at its disposal. Compared with its sibling model, the single-core rates in Geekbench in particular turn out to be lower.

Average of class Smartphone

  (58 – 1755, n=258, last 2 years)





652 Points ∼100% +70%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

MediaTek Dimensity 810, Mali-G57 MP2, 6144


598 Points ∼92% +56%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


384 Points ∼59%

Average Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G

  (374 – 384, n=2)





379 Points ∼58% -1%

realme 9i

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


374 Points ∼57% -3%

realme C35

UNISOC T616, Mali-G57 MP1, 4096


298 Points ∼46% -22%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Samsung Exynos 850, Mali-G52 MP1, 4096


178 Points ∼27% -54%

Motorola Moto G22

Mediatek Helio G37, PowerVR GE8320, 4096


172 Points ∼26% -55%

Average of class Smartphone

  (248 – 4914, n=258, last 2 years)





2147 Points ∼100% +24%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

MediaTek Dimensity 810, Mali-G57 MP2, 6144


1809 Points ∼84% +4%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


1738 Points ∼81%

Average Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G

  (1557 – 1738, n=2)





1648 Points ∼77% -5%

realme 9i

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


1557 Points ∼73% -10%

realme C35

UNISOC T616, Mali-G57 MP1, 4096


1184 Points ∼55% -32%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Samsung Exynos 850, Mali-G52 MP1, 4096


1087 Points ∼51% -37%

Motorola Moto G22

Mediatek Helio G37, PowerVR GE8320, 4096


947 Points ∼44% -46%

Average of class Smartphone

  (4436 – 18567, n=134, last 2 years)





10135 Points ∼100% +32%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

MediaTek Dimensity 810, Mali-G57 MP2, 6144


9402 Points ∼93% +22%

realme 9i

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


8730 Points ∼86% +13%

Average Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G

  (7694 – 8730, n=2)





8212 Points ∼81% +7%

realme C35

UNISOC T616, Mali-G57 MP1, 4096


8066 Points ∼80% +5%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


7694 Points ∼76%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Samsung Exynos 850, Mali-G52 MP1, 4096


5739 Points ∼57% -25%

Motorola Moto G22

Mediatek Helio G37, PowerVR GE8320, 4096


4922 Points ∼49% -36%

Average of class Smartphone

  (895 – 8124, n=176, last 2 years)





4137 Points ∼100% +51%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

MediaTek Dimensity 810, Mali-G57 MP2, 6144


3268 Points ∼79% +19%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


2738 Points ∼66%

Average Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G

 





2738 Points ∼66% 0%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Samsung Exynos 850, Mali-G52 MP1, 4096


1637 Points ∼40% -40%

Motorola Moto G22

Mediatek Helio G37, PowerVR GE8320, 4096


1226 Points ∼30% -55%

Average of class Smartphone

  (1542 – 19657, n=176, last 2 years)





7348 Points ∼100% +27%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

MediaTek Dimensity 810, Mali-G57 MP2, 6144


6361 Points ∼87% +10%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


5794 Points ∼79%

Average Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G

 





5794 Points ∼79% 0%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Samsung Exynos 850, Mali-G52 MP1, 4096


3345 Points ∼46% -42%

Motorola Moto G22

Mediatek Helio G37, PowerVR GE8320, 4096


2565 Points ∼35% -56%

Average of class Smartphone

  (1012 – 9044, n=176, last 2 years)





4762 Points ∼100% +25%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

MediaTek Dimensity 810, Mali-G57 MP2, 6144


4589 Points ∼96% +20%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


3824 Points ∼80%

Average Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G

 





3824 Points ∼80% 0%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Samsung Exynos 850, Mali-G52 MP1, 4096


1836 Points ∼39% -52%

Motorola Moto G22

Mediatek Helio G37, PowerVR GE8320, 4096


1210 Points ∼25% -68%

Average of class Smartphone

  (478 – 25642, n=176, last 2 years)





7030 Points ∼100% +222%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

MediaTek Dimensity 810, Mali-G57 MP2, 6144


2929 Points ∼42% +34%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


2183 Points ∼31%

Average Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G

 





2183 Points ∼31% 0%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Samsung Exynos 850, Mali-G52 MP1, 4096


1263 Points ∼18% -42%

Motorola Moto G22

Mediatek Helio G37, PowerVR GE8320, 4096


1017 Points ∼14% -53%

Average of class Smartphone

  (718 – 2392, n=176, last 2 years)





1376 Points ∼100% +15%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

MediaTek Dimensity 810, Mali-G57 MP2, 6144


1334 Points ∼97% +11%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


1199 Points ∼87%

Average Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G

 





1199 Points ∼87% 0%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Samsung Exynos 850, Mali-G52 MP1, 4096


947 Points ∼69% -21%

Motorola Moto G22

Mediatek Helio G37, PowerVR GE8320, 4096


718 Points ∼52% -40%

Average of class Smartphone

  (4293 – 286905, n=122, last 2 years)





63365 Points ∼100% +1169%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

MediaTek Dimensity 810, Mali-G57 MP2, 6144


9008 Points ∼14% +80%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


4995 Points ∼8%

Average Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G

  (4852 – 4995, n=2)





4924 Points ∼8% -1%

realme 9i

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


4852 Points ∼8% -3%

realme C35

UNISOC T616, Mali-G57 MP1, 4096


4725 Points ∼7% -5%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Samsung Exynos 850, Mali-G52 MP1, 4096


4453 Points ∼7% -11%

Motorola Moto G22

Mediatek Helio G37, PowerVR GE8320, 4096


4323 Points ∼7% -13%

Average of class Smartphone

  (1555 – 68880, n=57, last 2 years)





12864 Points ∼100% +165%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

MediaTek Dimensity 810, Mali-G57 MP2, 6144


6400 Points ∼50% +32%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


4853 Points ∼38%

Average Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G

  (4370 – 4853, n=2)





4612 Points ∼36% -5%

realme 9i

Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G, Adreno 610, 4096


4370 Points ∼34% -10%

realme C35

UNISOC T616, Mali-G57 MP1, 4096


4209 Points ∼33% -13%

Motorola Moto G22

Mediatek Helio G37, PowerVR GE8320, 4096


2514 Points ∼20% -48%

The Redmi Note 11 also performs solidly in the graphics benchmarks. Although the Poco M4 Pro occasionally scores twice as high with its Dimensity 810, the Snapdragon 680 still performs satisfactorily in relation to the comparison field.

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


348 Points ∼100% +181%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


126 Points ∼36% +2%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


124 Points ∼36%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


117 Points ∼34% -6%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


112 Points ∼32% -10%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


360 Points ∼100% +183%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


129 Points ∼36% +2%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


127 Points ∼35%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


116 Points ∼32% -9%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


108 Points ∼30% -15%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1210 Points ∼100% +178%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


464 Points ∼38% +7%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


435 Points ∼36%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


426 Points ∼35% -2%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


417 Points ∼34% -4%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1235 Points ∼100% +176%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


463 Points ∼37% +4%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


447 Points ∼36%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


446 Points ∼36% 0%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


428 Points ∼35% -4%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


Points ∼0% -100%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2882 Points ∼100% +21%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2628 Points ∼91% +11%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


2492 Points ∼86% +5%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2375 Points ∼82%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


2145 Points ∼74% -10%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


2098 Points ∼73% -12%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2396 Points ∼100% +107%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1155 Points ∼48%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


1138 Points ∼47% -1%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


919 Points ∼38% -20%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


839 Points ∼35% -27%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


584 Points ∼24% -49%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2489 Points ∼100% +99%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


1294 Points ∼52% +3%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1253 Points ∼50%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1074 Points ∼43% -14%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


954 Points ∼38% -24%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


657 Points ∼26% -48%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


3804 Points ∼100% +48%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


3036 Points ∼80% +18%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


2683 Points ∼71% +4%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2573 Points ∼68%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


2109 Points ∼55% -18%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


1283 Points ∼34% -50%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2570 Points ∼100% +114%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1199 Points ∼47%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


1185 Points ∼46% -1%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


939 Points ∼37% -22%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


736 Points ∼29% -39%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


460 Points ∼18% -62%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2770 Points ∼100% +102%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1372 Points ∼50%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


1353 Points ∼49% -1%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1109 Points ∼40% -19%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


867 Points ∼31% -37%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


536 Points ∼19% -61%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


3553 Points ∼100% +34%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2957 Points ∼83% +11%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


2812 Points ∼79% +6%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2654 Points ∼75%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


2048 Points ∼58% -23%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


1250 Points ∼35% -53%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


3846 Points ∼100% +93%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1995 Points ∼52%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


1994 Points ∼52% 0%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1471 Points ∼38% -26%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


1126 Points ∼29% -44%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


722 Points ∼19% -64%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


3777 Points ∼100% +79%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


2132 Points ∼56% +1%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2113 Points ∼56%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1656 Points ∼44% -22%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


1283 Points ∼34% -39%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


797 Points ∼21% -62%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2714 Points ∼100% +99%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1365 Points ∼50%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


1332 Points ∼49% -2%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1103 Points ∼41% -19%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


863 Points ∼32% -37%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


453 Points ∼17% -67%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2546 Points ∼100% +114%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1188 Points ∼47%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


1159 Points ∼46% -2%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


935 Points ∼37% -21%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


738 Points ∼29% -38%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


383 Points ∼15% -68%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


3529 Points ∼100% +32%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2959 Points ∼84% +10%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


2789 Points ∼79% +4%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2683 Points ∼76%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


2031 Points ∼58% -24%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


1265 Points ∼36% -53%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


3965 Points ∼100% +90%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


2166 Points ∼55% +4%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2085 Points ∼53%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1710 Points ∼43% -18%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


1273 Points ∼32% -39%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


921 Points ∼23% -56%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


4014 Points ∼100% +108%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


2046 Points ∼51% +6%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1931 Points ∼48%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


1518 Points ∼38% -21%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


1142 Points ∼28% -41%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


851 Points ∼21% -56%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


3801 Points ∼100% +47%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


3063 Points ∼81% +18%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


2722 Points ∼72% +5%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2589 Points ∼68%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


2032 Points ∼53% -22%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


1292 Points ∼34% -50%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


56 fps ∼100% +51%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


37 fps ∼66%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


37 fps ∼66% 0%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


33 fps ∼59% -11%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


29 fps ∼52% -22%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


23 fps ∼41% -38%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


66 fps ∼100% +57%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


42 fps ∼64%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


41 fps ∼62% -2%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


26 fps ∼39% -38%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


24 fps ∼36% -43%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


22 fps ∼33% -48%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


36 fps ∼100% +112%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


28 fps ∼78% +65%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


20 fps ∼56% +18%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


18 fps ∼50% +6%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


17 fps ∼47%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


14 fps ∼39% -18%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


40 fps ∼100% +100%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


22 fps ∼55% +10%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


20 fps ∼50%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


16 fps ∼40% -20%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


16 fps ∼40% -20%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


12 fps ∼30% -40%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


23 fps ∼100% +77%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


19 fps ∼83% +46%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


14 fps ∼61% +8%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


13 fps ∼57%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


12 fps ∼52% -8%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


8.7 fps ∼38% -33%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


26 fps ∼100% +63%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


16 fps ∼62%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


16 fps ∼62% 0%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


9.9 fps ∼38% -38%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


9.4 fps ∼36% -41%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


7.5 fps ∼29% -53%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


13 fps ∼100% +78%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


11 fps ∼85% +51%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


7.3 fps ∼56%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


7.1 fps ∼55% -3%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


5.4 fps ∼42% -26%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


5 fps ∼38% -32%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


16 fps ∼100% +86%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


8.6 fps ∼54%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


8.2 fps ∼51% -5%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


6 fps ∼38% -30%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


5.9 fps ∼37% -31%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


3.5 fps ∼22% -59%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


9.3 fps ∼100% +86%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


7 fps ∼75% +40%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


5.1 fps ∼55% +2%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


5 fps ∼54%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


5 fps ∼54% 0%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


3.4 fps ∼37% -32%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


6.2 fps ∼100% +94%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


3.3 fps ∼53% +3%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


3.2 fps ∼52%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


2.2 fps ∼35% -31%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


2.2 fps ∼35% -31%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


1.5 fps ∼24% -53%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


15 fps ∼100% +70%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


11 fps ∼73% +25%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


8.8 fps ∼59%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


8.6 fps ∼57% -2%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


7 fps ∼47% -20%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


5.4 fps ∼36% -39%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


17 fps ∼100% +73%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


9.8 fps ∼58%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


9.7 fps ∼57% -1%

Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

Mali-G52 MP1, Exynos 850, 64 GB eMMC Flash


6.2 fps ∼36% -37%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


6.1 fps ∼36% -38%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


4 fps ∼24% -59%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


959 Points ∼100% +184%

realme C35

Mali-G57 MP1, T616, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


386 Points ∼40% +14%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash


348 Points ∼36% +3%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash


338 Points ∼35%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash


201 Points ∼21% -41%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





24.03 (7.17min – 39.18max) fps ∼100% +112%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash





14.45 (5.13min – 43.77max) fps ∼60% +27%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





11.34 (7.21min – 29.04max) fps ∼47%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash
Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





25.78 (8.99min – 41.58max) fps ∼100% +104%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash
Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





12.63 (8.82min – 26.42max) fps ∼49%

Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash





9.12 (3min – 25.95max) fps ∼35% -28%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





25.82 (9.11min – 45.85max) fps ∼100% +88%

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





13.74 (7.59min – 40.96max) fps ∼53%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash
Motorola Moto G22

PowerVR GE8320, Helio G37, 64 GB eMMC Flash
Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 810, 128 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





29.57 (10.34min – 49.42max) fps ∼100% +152%

realme 9i

Adreno 610, SD 680, 128 GB UFS 2.1 Flash
Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

Adreno 610, SD 680, 64 GB UFS 2.2 Flash





11.75 (6.45min – 34.52max) fps ∼40%

The Redmi Note 11 runs smoothly most of the time in everyday use, but minor stuttering is always present. System performance is absolutely fine for this price range, and application load times are also pleasingly short. This is also due to the moderate read and write rates provided by the UFS storage. The write rates in particular are very good in the Redmi Note 11.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11Motorola Moto G22Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5Grealme C35Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127FAverage 64 GB UFS 2.2 FlashAverage of class Smartphone
Sequential Read 256KB

895.34

215.45

-76%

964

8%

907.1

1%

302.3

-66%

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112.78

-78%

471

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271.1

-48%

74.5

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437 {el.classList.toggle(‘hideEl’);});return false;”>?(11.9 – 1465, n=255, last 2 years)

-16%

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172.95

39.32

-77%

148.8

-14%

137.8

-20%

77.8

-55%

159.6 {el.classList.toggle(‘hideEl’);});return false;”>?(13.5 – 325, n=255, last 2 years)

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163.29

16.34

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171.8

5%

206.4

26%

47.21

-71%

151.6 {el.classList.toggle(‘hideEl’);});return false;”>?(221 – 449, n=256, last 2 years)

-7%

Although the built-in Adreno 610 is a bit outdated, the graphics performance, which we tested with our partner GameBench, should be sufficient for the occasional Android game.

PUBG Mobile can only be played at minimum details – the HD and UHD settings can’t be selected – but the shooter is displayed at a relatively constant 25 fps. 30 fps can be achieved using the lowest detail settings.

Armajet, our second test game, is also limited to 30 fps, which is a bit surprising since the arena shooter theoretically supports 144 fps, and other smartphones with the Adreno 610, such as the realme 9i, manage 60 fps. The situation is better in League of Legends: Wild Rift, where a frame rate of 60 fps is possible with the Redmi Note 11. Except for a strong dip in Armajet, both games are rendered without major FPS fluctuations.

051015202530354045505560Tooltip

; Armajet: Ø29.1 (2-31)

; League of Legends: Wild Rift: Ø60 (50-61)

; PUBG Mobile; Smooth: Ø29.9 (28-31)

; PUBG Mobile; Balanced: Ø24.8 (19-26)

The Redmi Note 11 doesn’t suffer from heat development. The case’s surface temperatures are hardly worth mentioning in idle usage as well as under load. We measure a maximum of 33 °C (~91 °F) for the Xiaomi phone.

We also test the Snapdragon 680’s stability with the GFX benchmark’s stress test, which repeats the corresponding OpenGL ES 3.1 scenario 30 times in a row. Afterwards, the Note 11 has to prove its capabilities in the 3DMark stress tests.

The Qualcomm SoC’s performance only throttles minimally in both test scenarios – but the Wild Life Extreme stress test couldn’t be executed. Consequently, we can’t determine a decrease in frame rates under high load.

 32.8 °C

91 F
32.4 °C

90 F
32.1 °C

90 F
 
 32.3 °C

90 F
31.1 °C

88 F
31.9 °C

89 F
 
 31.4 °C

89 F
32 °C

90 F
29.6 °C

85 F
 
Maximum: 32.8 °C = 91 F

Average: 31.7 °C = 89 F
29.6 °C

85 F
30.7 °C

87 F
30.9 °C

88 F
28.6 °C

83 F
31 °C

88 F
31.6 °C

89 F
28.7 °C

84 F
30.3 °C

87 F
30.7 °C

87 F
Maximum: 31.6 °C = 89 F

Average: 30.2 °C = 86 F

Power Supply (max.)  26.9 °C = 80 F | Room Temperature 22 °C = 72 F | Fluke t3000FC (calibrated) & Voltcraft IR-260

(+) The average temperature for the upper side under maximal load is 31.7 °C / 89 F, compared to the average of 32.8 °C / 91 F for the devices in the class Smartphone.

(+) The maximum temperature on the upper side is 32.8 °C / 91 F, compared to the average of 35.1 °C / 95 F, ranging from 22 to 52.9 °C for the class Smartphone.

(+) The bottom heats up to a maximum of 31.6 °C / 89 F, compared to the average of 33.8 °C / 93 F

(+) In idle usage, the average temperature for the upper side is 28.9 °C / 84 F, compared to the device average of 32.8 °C / 91 F.

The Redmi Note 11 is equipped with a dual-speaker system that provides a sufficiently loud sound in addition to a stereo feeling – we measure a maximum volume of 89 dB. Furthermore, our measurements show a solid frequency response for the Redmi phone’s mid and high tones. Bass isn’t really present in the sound pattern. Nevertheless, there’s still nothing to complain about for this price range.

The same is true for the audio experience via wireless or wired headphones. The Note 11 has a 3.5-millimeter audio jack that allows for a reproduction with more bass, and the noise level is within a good range with an SNR value of 80 dBFS. In addition to the jack, the device also features Bluetooth 5.0 with SBC, AAC, aptX HD, and aptX Adaptive, as well as with the LDAC and LHDC codecs.

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Frequency diagram (checkboxes can be checked and unchecked to compare devices)

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 audio analysis

(+) | speakers can play relatively loud (89 dB)

Bass 100 – 315 Hz

(-) | nearly no bass – on average 28.2% lower than median

(±) | linearity of bass is average (9.1% delta to prev. frequency)

Mids 400 – 2000 Hz

(+) | balanced mids – only 4.9% away from median

(+) | mids are linear (4.9% delta to prev. frequency)

Highs 2 – 16 kHz

(±) | higher highs – on average 5.6% higher than median

(+) | highs are linear (3% delta to prev. frequency)

Overall 100 – 16.000 Hz

(±) | linearity of overall sound is average (19.4% difference to median)

Compared to same class

» 18% of all tested devices in this class were better, 9% similar, 73% worse

» The best had a delta of 12%, average was 23%, worst was 65%

Compared to all devices tested

» 45% of all tested devices were better, 8% similar, 48% worse

» The best had a delta of 3%, average was 20%, worst was 65%

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G audio analysis

(+) | speakers can play relatively loud (89.3 dB)

Bass 100 – 315 Hz

(-) | nearly no bass – on average 31.1% lower than median

(±) | linearity of bass is average (8.4% delta to prev. frequency)

Mids 400 – 2000 Hz

(±) | reduced mids – on average 6.4% lower than median

(+) | mids are linear (5.6% delta to prev. frequency)

Highs 2 – 16 kHz

(±) | higher highs – on average 7.6% higher than median

(+) | highs are linear (4.5% delta to prev. frequency)

Overall 100 – 16.000 Hz

(±) | linearity of overall sound is average (22.1% difference to median)

Compared to same class

» 40% of all tested devices in this class were better, 10% similar, 49% worse

» The best had a delta of 12%, average was 23%, worst was 65%

Compared to all devices tested

» 63% of all tested devices were better, 7% similar, 30% worse

» The best had a delta of 3%, average was 20%, worst was 65%

The Redmi smartphone has a 5,000 mAh battery that can be fully recharged in about 70 minutes with the included 33-watt charger and MMT technology, where two charging currents flow in parallel.

The idle power consumption still needs a bit of optimization. At almost 2 watts, the Note 11 consumes a relatively high amount of power for a 6.43-inch smartphone. Under load, however, power consumption is very low, especially considering the high brightness.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

5000 mAh
Motorola Moto G22

5000 mAh
Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G

5000 mAh
Samsung Galaxy A12 Exynos SM-A127F

5000 mAh
Average Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G

 
Average of class Smartphone

 
Idle Minimum *

1.06

0.9

15%

0.51

52%

1.4

-32%

1.06

-0%

0.914 {el.classList.toggle(‘hideEl’);});return false;”>?(0.12 – 2.5, n=200, last 2 years)

14%

Idle Average *

1.93

1.2

38%

1.96

-2%

1.9

2%

1.93

-0%

1.698 {el.classList.toggle(‘hideEl’);});return false;”>?(0.65 – 3.6, n=200, last 2 years)

12%

Idle Maximum *

1.96

1.5

23%

2.01

-3%

2.1

-7%

1.96

-0%

1.926 {el.classList.toggle(‘hideEl’);});return false;”>?(0.69 – 4, n=200, last 2 years)

2%

Load Average *

2.87

4.5

-57%

3.86

-34%

3.8

-32%

2.87

-0%

4.47 {el.classList.toggle(‘hideEl’);});return false;”>?(2.1 – 7.74, n=200, last 2 years)

-56%

Load Maximum *

3.85

5.2

-35%

5.62

-46%

5.6

-45%

3.85

-0%

7.32 {el.classList.toggle(‘hideEl’);});return false;”>?(3.56 – 11.9, n=200, last 2 years)

-90%

… smaller is better

012345Tooltip

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G; 1920×1080 Aztec Ruins Normal Offscreen: Ø2.88 (2.54-5.23)

Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro 5G MediaTek Dimensity 810; 1920×1080 Aztec Ruins Normal Offscreen: Ø3.11 (2.88-3.5)

The Xiaomi phone’s battery runtimes are at a good level, but the comparison devices of our low-priced mid-range device last a bit longer overall. They can be compared the best by using an adjusted display brightness of 150 cd/m².

With a refresh rate of 90 Hz, the Redmi Note 11 manages over 14 hours in our Wi-Fi test and almost 18 hours in the video test. This places the Xiaomi phone behind its Poco M4 Pro sibling model, but our comparison devices perform at a similar level.

Battery Runtime

Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)
34h 58min
WiFi Websurfing (Chrome 101)
14h 02min
Big Buck Bunny H.264 1080p
17h 56min
Load (maximum brightness)
6h 49min

Pros

+ great OLED panel running at 90 Hz

+ solid features

+ good battery life

+ dual speakers

Cons

moderate performance

software (ads, outdated security updates, no Android 12)

4G standard only with few LTE bands

With the Redmi Note 11, Xiaomi has managed to build a strong entry-level smartphone with a focus on a very bright and excellently calibrated OLED display for this price range. The Redmi Phone can’t be described as a performance monster due to the built-in Snapdragon 680, but the thoroughly satisfactory performance in everyday use impressed us. Users looking for more performance reserves – especially in the graphics department – should take a look at our review of the Poco M4 Pro sibling model with its Dimensity 810, in particular since it also offers 5G support.

With a current price of about 170 Euros (~$180), buyers of the Redmi Note 11 won’t go wrong – getting more smartphone for the money will be difficult.

In addition to the great display, the Redmi Note 11 scores points with a dual-speaker system, good features, low heat development, and competitive battery runtimes. Furthermore, the 5,000 mAh battery can be charged quite quickly with the included 33-watt power adapter.

Users who are looking for longer battery life in an affordable mid-range phone that also has an OIS camera system will find an interesting alternative in the Motorola Moto G41.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11

05/20/2022 v7



Marcus Herbrich

Connectivity

51 / 70 → 73%

Games Performance

15 / 64 → 23%

Application Performance

64 / 86 → 74%

Smartphone – Weighted Average

I have always been very passionately interested in mobile technologies, especially smartphones. Being a tech enthusiast means the half-life of my devices isn’t exactly long, and being the latest hardware is not enough to suffice as the manufacturer and operating system play a minor role – the most important aspect for me is that the device is state-of-the-art. After posting for Mobi Test I joined Notebookcheck in 2016, where I have been pursuing my enthusiasm for technology by reviewing the latest smartphone, tablet, and accessory trends.

Translator: Stephanie Chamberlain – Translator – 516 articles published on Notebookcheck since 2020

I’ve been fascinated with technology ever since I got my very first Android smartphone, which was quite a while ago. The power packed into such a small footprint still amazes me. Learning to program made my understanding of technology deeper, and at the same time, it expanded my interest to the area of desktop computers and laptops. All this led me to enjoy reading and watching reviews of new devices, and that’s how I stumbled upon Notebookcheck. I immediately found their reviews to be very comprehensive, and luckily, I’ve even had the chance of translating them since 2019. When it comes to the huge field of technology, I’m currently also interested in specializing in Java programming.

Marcus Herbrich, 2022-05-26 (Update: 2022-05-26)

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