Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G Arrives in Kenya for KES 46K, Redmi 10 5G to Launch in May

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A couple of days ago, Xiaomi released its newest Redmi Note lineup, the 11 series for the Kenyan market. At launch, only two members of the lineup were available immediately: the Redmi Note 11S, and the vanilla Note 11.

The Pro version was said to make a local appearance in April 2022, but it would appear that it has arrived earlier than expected.

The Chinese company has now announced the availability of the Note 11 Pro+ 5G, which, as its name suggest, is equipped with 5G radios, and has more to bring to the table thanks to the Pro moniker attached to it.


In the same announcement, Xiaomi has also revealed the existence of the Redmi 10 5G, which, again, has 5G antennas for faster mobile connections – whenever that will be available for Kenyan customers.

The Redmi 11 Pro+ 5G features 120W HyperCharge charing, meaning it can top up from 0 to 100 percent in under 20 minutes. We have seen the same kind of rapid charging in the 11T Pro. It has a 5000 mAh cell, in case you are asking.

Other features are as follows:

  • 108MP primary camera, complemented by an 8MP ultra-wide and a 2MP telemacro camera
  • 6.67″ FHD+ AMOLED DotDisplay, with a 120Hz refresh rate and 360Hz touch sampling rate
  • MediaTek Dimensity 920 processor

The device will cost KES 46,000.

On the other side of things, the Redmi 10 5G is equipped with the following:

  • MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor
  • 50MP main and a 2MP depth camera
  • 6.58” FHD+ Dot Drop display with a 90Hz refresh rate
  • 5000 mAh cell

However, we do not have pricing details for the device because it will hit local shelves at a later date, probably in May so be on the lookout in case we know more details about it later.

We are also prepping a review for the Note 11S, so you can wait and hear what we have to say about the device.


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