Anatel certified Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 11S in Brazil. Issued last Friday (4), the approval is valid for the new cell phone with a MediaTek Helio G96 processor, 90 Hz screen and 5,000 mAh battery. The device can now be sold on national soil, being compatible with local 4G connections.
In addition to the components mentioned above, the Redmi Note 11S still has a 108 megapixel main camera the same resolution found in the Redmi Note 11 Pro sensor. There are also 8 MP ultrawide and 2 MP macro lenses. To complete the photographic set, there is a dedicated 2 MP depth-of-field sensor.
The approval of the Redmi Note 11S is authored by DL Electronics and considers the code model 2201116TG. This device, also known by the codename Viva or Vida, is the same device sold in India and in the global market. According to the Anatel document, the smartphone will only support 4G connections, without access to 5G.
Also according to the document, the cell phone will come with a charger and BN5D battery – both items certified by Anatel. This same battery is present in the homologation certificate of the Redmi Note 11 Pro and has 5,000 mAh of autonomy.
In the announcement of the cell phone, Xiaomi informed that the battery of the Redmi Note 11S would have a recharge of only 33 watts, as well as the most basic model. However, if the BN5D battery is really the same as the component of the Redmi Note 11 Pro, it is possible that it will support 67 watt charging.
It is worth mentioning that, like the other models in the Redmi Note 11 line, the Redmi Note 11S arrives with MIUI 13 installed from the factory.