Chinese regulator TENAA has published four photos of the smartphone Redmi 11A, which will replace the Redmi 10A. Although we could safely confine ourselves to one picture, because modern smartphones in the mass differ from each other only in the design of the main camera.
Here's What We Know
The model has the number 22120RN86C and stands out except for the location of the fingerprint scanner. It is located on the central upper part of the back side, but the peculiarity is that it is placed on the same area along with the main camera.
The camera itself has three modules, but, judging by the image, two of them will be used for macro and background blur. Another photo of the smartphone shows that the front camera is installed in the center of the top part of the display, rather than on the side.
There is no information about the technical specifications of the Redmi 11A yet. We hope that at least in this generation Xiaomi will abandon the Helio G25 chip, which is used in the Redmi 9A and Redmi 10A.