Redmi Note 11 Vs POCO X3 Pro
Redmi Note 11 Vs POCO X3 Pro – The family of mobile phones made by Xiaomi certainly attracts attention when we are looking for affordable devices, including the Redmi Note 11 and POCO X3 Pro.
Redmi Note 11 in particular can be the right choice for those of us who have funds in the range of Rp. 2 million with a price tag of IDR. 2,499,000, while the POCO X3 Pro is in the range of Rp. 3 million because it is available from IDR. 3,499,000.
The problem is, there are still many of us who sometimes like to confuse whether it is enough to just buy the Redmi Note 11 or upgrade by directly bringing the slightly more expensive POCO X3 Pro.
Actually the answer to this problem depends on the needs of each person. The Redmi Note 11 and POCO X3 Pro really come with a number of very different tennis specifications.
As for those of you who are considering the two cellphones, here’s a brief explanation of the differences between the Redmi Note 11 and the POCO X3 Pro that can be used as a reference in choosing them.
Differences Redmi Note 11 Vs POCO X3 Pro
The Redmi Note 11, which is priced at a lower price, is perfect for those of us who need a cellphone with a more charming screen. The device is because it is equipped with AMOLED panel technology measuring 6.43 inches.
Although it will look smaller than the 6.67-inch IPS screen of the POCO X3 Pro, AMOLED panels usually have several advantages such as a very high contrast ratio, wider color gamut, and better brightness levels.
It’s just that unfortunately, the refresh rate support of the Redmi Note 11 screen is only up to 90Hz with touch sensitivity of up to 180Hz. This figure is lower than that of the POCO X3 Pro which is capable of supporting up to 120Hz and 240Hz when viewed in a similar order.
In addition, the POCO X3 Pro is also equipped with a Corning Gorilla Glass 6 screen protector which is theoretically stronger than the Corning Gorilla Glass 3 used by the Redmi Note 11.
The newly released cellphone unfortunately has to admit the performance offered by the POCO X3 Pro. Its Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset on paper is way below the Snapdragon 860.
Apart from the lower speed, Snapdragon 680 seems to still use the Kryo 265 core based on ARM Cortex-A73 and Cortex-A53 which is actually older than Snapdragon 860’s Kryo 485 with Cortex-A75 and Cortex-A55.
Snapdragon 680 also uses a different GPU or graphics processor. This chipset uses Adreno 610 while Snapdragon 860 relies on Adreno 640 which technically offers better support.
The experience of using the two cellphones has not yet been slightly influenced by the type of internal storage media used. The Redmi Note 11 is because it still uses UFS 2.2 technology while the POCO X3 Pro is already UFS 3.1.
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Thanks to the differences in the chipset above, the two Xiaomi phones not only have different performances but also carry several different additional supports such as the speed of internet access.
The Snapdragon X11 LTE modem on the Snapdragon 680, for example, only supports download speeds of up to 390Mbps and uploads of 150Mbps, while Snapdragon X50’s Snapdragon 860 is able to penetrate 2Gbps and 316Mbps.
In the photography sector, the Redmi Note 11 is fortunately slightly superior to the main camera. The cellphone is equipped with a lens up to 50MP when the POCO X3 Pro is still 48MP even though it actually has a nearly similar configuration.
The advantages in the photography sector are unfortunately not transmitted to the front. POCO X3 Pro because it offers a camera sensor up to 20MP which technically will be able to provide higher image quality than the 13MP lens of the Redmi Note 11.
Specifications of Redmi Note 11 Vs POCO X3 Pro
|Aspek||Redmi Note 11||POCO X3 Pro|
|Screen||– 6.43-inch AMOLED Full HD+ (2400 x 1080 pixels)
– 90Hz refresh rate
– Brightness up to 1,000nits
– Corning Gorilla Glass 3
|– 6.67-inch IPS Full HD+ (2400 x 1080 pixels)
– Refresh rate 120Hz
– Speed up to 450nits
– Corning Gorilla Glass 6
|Dimension||159,87mm x 73,87mm x 8,09mm||165,3mm x 76,8mm x 9,4mm|
|Color||Twilight blue, Graphite grey, Star blue||Phantom black, Metal bronze, Frost blue|
|SoC||Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 (6nm) Up to 2,4GHz||Qualcomm Snapdragon 860 (7nm) Up to 2,96GHz|
|Storage Media||128GB (UFS 2.2)||128/256GB (UFS 3.1)|
|Main Camera||50MP + 8MP wide angle + 2MP macro + 2MP depth||48MP + 8MP wide angle + 2MP macro + 2MP depth|
|Feature||Fingerprint, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, IR Blaster, Dual SIM, Dual Speaker, Audio Jack, Hi-Res Audio Certification, IP53||Fingerprint, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, IR Blaster, Dual SIM, Dual Speaker, Audio Jack, Hi-Res Audio Certification, IP53|
|Battery||5.000mAh, 33W Fast Charging||5.160mAh, 33W Fast Charging|
|OS||MIUI 13 (Android 11)||MIUI 12 for POCO (Android 11)|
|Price||IDR.2.499.000 (4GB + 128GB)
IDR.2.799.000 (6GB + 128GB)
|IDR.3.499.000 (6GB + 128GB)
IDR.3.999.000 (8GB + 256GB)
The POCO X3 Pro is just going to be a little heavier because it already packs a bigger battery. If the Redmi Note 11 is only equipped with a 5,000mAh capacity, the cellphone already brings support up to 5,160mAh.
The good news is that both phones are equipped with external memory support. So we can expand the storage capacity if it is still lacking when used to handle various kinds of data.
Only in this case, the Redmi Note 11 will make it easier because it offers a dedicated slot (2 SIM + micro SD) while the POCO X3 Pro uses a hybrid slot where it can only be used for 2 cards where we have to choose SIM or MicroSD in one of them.
The two phones basically rely on Android 11. It’s just that the Redmi Note 11 already uses the MIUI 13 system interface while the POCO X3 Pro is still MIUI 12 for POCO.