4 Ways Redmi Note 12 Is Different From Redmi Note 11

4 Ways Redmi Note 12 Is Different From Redmi Note 11

Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 12 series in India on Thursday, which includes Vanilla Note 12, Redmi Note 12 Pro and Redmi Note 12 Pro+. These smartphones offer significant improvements over their predecessors, the Redmi Note 11 series. In this article, we will look at four differences between the Redmi Note 12 and Redmi Note 11 and compare the display, chipset, camera and the exit price. So let's see what the Redmi Note 12 has to offer.

120Hz AMOLED display

Last year's Redmi Note 11 features a 6.43-inch Full HD+ AMOLED panel with a 90Hz refresh rate. The jump from 60Hz to 90Hz may or may not be noticed by anyone. During our review, we found this screen to have excellent contrast and rich, vibrant colors. The peak brightness of 1,000 nits is slightly lower than the 1,100 nits of its predecessor, but it was readable in brighter light.

The Redmi Note 12, on the other hand, has a more prominent 6.67-inch FHD+ display, an improved Super AMOLED panel and a smoother 120Hz adaptive refresh rate. The transition from 60Hz to 120Hz is definitely noticeable - it's double the speed after all - and should be smoother than 90Hz. lighting) seem to lag behind its predecessor, the Redmi Note 12 offers 1,200 nits of peak brightness and should offer better readability than the Note 11. Our Redmi Note 12 review Learn more.

New Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 chip

The latest generation Redmi Note 11 features the Snapdragon 680 SoC, which was Qualcomm's default chip for most mid-range phones last year. In October 2022, the company introduced Qualcomm's new chip, the Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 SoC, which will be released this year for most mid-range phones. Redmi Note 12 is one of the first smartphones with Snapdragon 4 Gen 1.

4 Gen 1 has two 2.0 GHz Cortex A78 cores and six 1.8 GHz Cortex A55 cores, while the Snapdragon 680 processor architecture consists of four 2.4 GHz Cortex A73 cores and four 1.8 GHz Cortex A73 cores A53 at 18. GHz Additionally, both SoCs are manufactured using TSMC's 6nm process.

4 Gen 1 comes with a new Adreno 619 GPU with 128 color units compared to the Adreno 610 Snapdragon 680 GPU with 96 color units. On paper, the Snapdragon 4 Gen 1 SoC looks more powerful than the Snapdragon 680. As a result, it should perform better in the real world.

Besides performance, the latest Redmi Note 12 with SoC 4 Gen 1 comes with a Qualcomm X51 5G modem, a benefit we don't get with the Snapdragon 680 powered Redmi Note 11, which comes with a Qualcomm X11 modem. LTE.

Triple camera instead of quadruple camera

Last year, the Redmi Note 11 came with a 13MP front camera and four rear cameras including a 50MP main sensor, 8MP ultra wide-angle lens, 2MP depth and 2MP macro. On the other hand, the Redmi Note 12 has a triple rear camera setup consisting of a 13MP selfie camera and a 48MP main rear camera, an 8MP ultra wide angle and a 2MP macro lens.

The company's decision to use a triple rear camera instead of a quad may confuse some, while others may see it as a welcome move away from the unnecessary 2MP depth sensor.

Higher starting price

The Redmi Note 12 5G is available in two variants: the 4GB/128GB model is priced at Rs 17,999 and the 6GB/128GB model is priced at Rs 19,999. Xiaomi is offering instant bank rebates of up to at 1,500 rupees via ICICI Bank or EMI cards. Meanwhile, the Redmi Note 11 has been launched in India with three storage options. The basic 4GB/64GB variant is priced at Rs 13,499, the 6GB/64GB module is priced at Rs 14,499 and the 6GB/128GB model is priced at Rs 15,999.

This means that even the base model of this year's Redmi Note 12 5G is more expensive than last year's flagship Redmi Note 11.

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