Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 leaves a lot to be desired in its battery tests

Redmi Note 11 is Xiaomi’s latest mid-range. Heir to a worldwide successful line, it is known for providing quality features at a low price. But the latest model leaves a lot to be desired where it was once a true champion.

Xiaomi’s latest mid-range passed DxOMark’s battery tests, giving it 76 points. This gives it autonomy similar to that of the iPhone 13 Pro, in 28th place in the world ranking. In the ranking of essentials, it is in an honorable fourth place, far from its predecessor Redmi Note 10 with 87 points.

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Redmi Note 11 Battery Score on DxOMark

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 has a 5000 mAh battery and 33 W charge

It comes with the same 5,000mAh battery and 33W charger as its predecessor. Therefore, similar battery performance was expected. However, the new Snapdragon 680 processor and 90Hz refresh rate may have detracted from performance.

With 2 and a half days of autonomy in moderate use, the Redmi Note Note 11 is above average when compared to other smartphones already tested. However, it is far from the 3 days of autonomy in moderate use of the Redmi Note 10.

This weaker autonomy was a hole in the smartphone score. However, within its segment, the charging of the Redmi Note 11 ranked in the top three, in charging and efficiency.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 battery power

  • 2.5 days of autonomy in moderate use, with excellent night management (only 1% loss per night on average)
  • Decent performance on the go, especially when using the camera
  • Above average range in calibrated mode
  • Low residual consumption whether the device is on or off

Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 battery weak points

  • Little autonomy when playing 4G video
  • High discharge during games.

If you are curious to know the result of the full battery tests of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11, check the dedicated article. You can buy the Redmi Note 11 on sale for €179.99 on Amazon Spain.


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