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Rumor | The Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus will launch soon with up to 120W charging

Redmi is slated to launch the Notes 11 soon. (Source: Weibo)
Redmi is slated to launch the Notes 11 soon. (Source: Weibo)
Redmi is projected to launch the Note 11 series of mid-range smartphones soon. It has been said to consist of vanilla and Pro variants, with up to 67W fast charging. However, prominent Chinese leakers now assert there is a third option that will ship with support for the fastest power brick available to its Xiaomi-owned brand.

Redmi is slated to produce successors for the Note 10 series soon. Now, a well-known Weibo leaker claims to have found advance previews for the devices in question on JD.com, suggesting that their launch is indeed just around the corner. These listings pertain not only to the previously-tipped Redmi Note 11 and 11 Pro - but to the 11 Pro+ as well.

The first two have been said to come with various improvements over their respective predecessors, from their displays to their rear cameras. They are also said to come with 33 watt (W) to 67W charging, which is plausible as Xiaomi already supplies both standards to other devices.

This Redmi Note 11 Pro+, on the other hand, allegedly does one better with its OEM's highest-end charging technology. The leaker Arsenal now concurs with earlier indications from Digital Chat Station that this top-end version has the 120W standard seen in other devices such as the Mi Mix 4 and Mi 10 Ultra

Neither Weibo account can offer insights as to how much more this putative spec might add to 2021 Redmi Note pricing: the new JD.com teasers have set 9999-yuan placeholders thus far, which, of course, have nothing to do with actual starting costs.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-10-19 (Update: 2021-10-19)