Redmi Note 11 Pro 2023 gets FCC, EEC certifications, launch imminent: report


The Redmi Note 11 Pro variant could be unveiled soon by the Chinese smartphone company. The Redmi Note 11 series, which included the Redmi Note 11 Pro and the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G, debuted in India earlier this year. It seems that the Xiaomi sub-brand will soon be launching a refreshed model of this series, which is believed to bear the name Redmi Note 11 Pro 2023. This device has reportedly been spotted in the database of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and has received EEC certifications.

According to a recent report from MySmartPrice, a Redmi smartphone with model number 2209116AG has been spotted in the FCC database. The alleged listing suggests that this device is called Redmi Note 11 Pro 2023. It also mentions that the device runs out-of-the-box on MIUI 13, which may be based on Android 12.

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In related news, a previous XiaomiUI report spotted the Redmi 2209116AG model in the IMEI database. The alleged listing in itself did not reveal any details about this device; however, the report speculates that the Redmi Note 11 Pro 2023 could be a rebadged Redmi Note 10 Pro.

If that’s true, the Redmi Note 11 Pro 2023 could boast similar specs to the handset that arrived in India last year. The Redmi Note 10 Pro cost Rs. 15,999 for the 6GB RAM + 64GB base model at launch. It has a 6.67-inch full-HD+ Super AMOLED display with 1200 nits of peak brightness and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. Under the hood is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G SoC, paired with Adreno 618 GPU. The handset has a 64-megapixel quad camera on the back and a 16-megapixel selfie shooter.

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As of now, Redmi has not officially confirmed the existence of the Redmi Note 11 Pro 2023. However, since the device has appeared on many certification sites, we may get an official announcement soon.

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