Beijing, Hongkong, CHINA, October 28, 2021 – Xiaomi is set to launch the Redmi Note 11 series in China today later around afternoon, and we learned about another important element of the new range today. Like the Redmi Note 10 Series, at least one of the phones will boast a 108 MP camera with 2.1 big pixels.
In actuality, a single pixel is 0.7 in size, but owing to 9-to-1 pixel binning technology, they will be clustered into a single 2.1 m pixel to receive more light and offer a superior image in certain conditions.
Because the resolution of the 108 MP images will be 12,000 × 9,000, the default resolution will be 4:3. Because the current Samsung HM3 platform differs somewhat from the features the company is offering, Xiaomi is likely to reinstall the same Samsung HM2 sensor that was in earlier generations of Redmi Note phones.
And surely, this maybe the camera setup of the pro-plus version while the pro version may have 64MP. Well, all things will be cleared out later today.