Redmi Note 11 Pro+ could become the Xiaomi 11i Hypercharge in India… and in Nepal


According to the most recent leaks, the Xiaomi 11i Hypercharge will be repurposed as a Redmi Note 11 Pro+ when it arrives in India. This means that we, in Nepal would also get the same model.

Xiaomi 11i Hypercharge is the name of the company’s upcoming smartphone for this of the world, which is expected to be a for the Xiaomi Mi 10i, which is now more than a old. Like the previous year, this year’s model will be based on a Redmi Note model from the Chinese market; in this case, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ will serve as the basis. Additionally, the “HyperCharge” tag suggests that Xiaomi may be one of the first few companies to bring 120W fast charging in this of the world.

Originally discovered by Kacper Skrzypek, who dug deep into the MIUI code to make this discovery, this leak was made public. In fact, it’s possible that Xiaomi India will release two models this time, each with a different charging speed. The Redmi Note 11 Pro is expected to be rebranded as the Xiaomi 11i, while the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ is expected to be rebranded as the Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge.

Unfortunately, the leak did not provide an estimated launch date for these devices, so it is possible that we will have to wait until early 2022 before we can put our hands on these devices. These models are expected to take the place of the Mi 10i in India, which was itself based on China’s Redmi Note 10 Pro from the previous year.

In India, the Redmi Note 11 Pro could be rebranded as the Xiaomi 11i. Which will possibly result in the same launch in Nepal.

Despite the name change, it is likely that the 120W fast-charging system will be the most significant benefit for Indian consumers. The Redmi Note 11 Pro+ is equipped with 120W fast charging, which promises to charge the device to 100% capacity in 15 minutes. Despite the fact that Xiaomi’s previously launched Mi 11 Ultra also supported 120W charging, the device was never released in India due to regulatory restrictions. As a result, it was not available in Nepal.

According to rumors, the Xiaomi 11i, which is supposed to be the standard of the Redmi Note 11 Pro, will be equipped with the same 67W fast charging solution. It was long past time for Xiaomi to bring these features to India, as rivals such as Realme, Oppo, and Vivo have long provided faster-charging solutions to their customers.

These are our expectations, given the possibility that the phones will be largely identical to the Redmi Note variants.

  • Thanks to the MediaTek Dimensity 920 chip, both phones will be capable of supporting 5G.
  • Both phones are expected to have AMOLED displays with a refresh rate of 120Hz and a resolution of 1080p.
  • This time around, both phones could come with a 108MP main rear camera as standard.

Xiaomi 11i and Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge both have 5160mAh batteries, with the Xiaomi 11i having a 4500mAh battery.

Charging at 67W for the Xiaomi 11i and 120W for the Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge.

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