Sometimes Xiaomi occasionally releases older models with minor updates for example, that of the Redmi Note 8 2021, for instance. Information on the Google Play Console reveals that there’s a different model in the pipeline in the coming year, that of the Redmi Note 11 Pro 2023 (code name “sweet”).
It’s a follow-up version of this year’s Redmi Note 11 Pro which was launched in 2017 however it has an entirely different processor and camera layout. Based on the GPC the 2023 version will run on Snapdragon 712. Snapdragon 712.
This wasn’t the greatest chipset in the early part of 2019 and it’s likely to be lower-quality next year. It’s not new, but it will be able to compete with that of the Helio G96 inside the 2022 model However, it won’t be an improvement with regard to performance. It may be more efficient, however since it was made using a 10-nm process (vs. 12-nm used for Helio).
The new camera layout is identical to it’s predecessor, the Redmi Note 10 Pro that has the newer (and more robust) Snapdragon 732G. 10 Pro 10 Pro has nearly the identical camera configuration like it does the 11 Pro too: 108MP main, 8MP ultra-wide and 2MP depth. The only distinction is that the earlier model had a macro camera, while the more recent model had is a 2MP camera.
In this moment, you might be thinking about what the reason is for Xiaomi isn’t simply continuing to sell its Redmi Note 10 Pro. This model 11 Pro has faster charging (67W opposed to. 33W) and a more bright display (700 nuits against. 350 nits peak) However, it’s not known if that model in 2023 will keep these features. Additionally 10 Pro had 4K video recording. 10 Pro had 4K video recording, something that was not available on the 11 Pro lost.