Redmi Note 11 Trendy Limited Edition Unboxing Tour

Redmi Note 11 Trendy Limited Edition Unboxing

Redmi Note 11 Trendy Limited Edition Unboxing

At the Redmi Note11 series launch event, Redmi not only brought three new Note11 Series machines but also brought an easter egg, that is, the Redmi Note 11 Trendy Limited Edition. It uses the world’s first holographic levitation process rear shell, and also joined the Redmi global spokesman Wang Yibo signature. The Redmi Note 11 Trendy Limited Edition is the first of its kind in the world.

The Redmi Note 11 Trend Limited Edition comes in a box with the same color scheme as the internal body, keeping the consistency inside and out. In addition, you can also see Wang Yibo’s signature and the Trend Limited Edition and YIBO DESIGN’s on the box. Logos, if you have Wang Yibo fans, you may not be able to control them just by seeing them.

The Redmi Note 11 Limited Edition can be said to have put a lot of thought into the box, the opening method is three-stage, lift the top cover, the phone body will be “top” up, like opening a jewelry box, the bottom there is a hidden layer of packaging, using a drawer design, pull open the inside is 120W charging. This is one of the biggest highlights of the Note11 Pro+, which is officially priced at $249.

The front part of the screen is no different from the standard Note 11, with a straight screen + 120Hz refresh rate, the most popular choice for users who don’t like curved screens.

The back of the Note 11 is the focus of this trendy limited edition, its logo can show a levitating effect when the human eye looks directly at it.

Officially, this process has 110,000 microscopic Redmi logos in a space of 18cm², and through 110,000 corresponding microlenses, the final magnification is 150 times, converging into one, presenting a 3D levitated three-dimensional Redmi logo at a height of 7mm above the body.

You may not understand the design and visual impact of the Redmi logo from the introduction alone, but when you see the real thing and hold it in your hand, you will be amazed at the unique texture of this process.

On the right side of the suspended logo is the signature of Redmi’s global spokesperson, Wang Yibo. Some users in the tech community may not understand why the green signature is used. The green color is often seen on his favorite motorcycles, racing suits, skateboards, and masks, and fans naturally take green as Wang Yibo’s support color.

In addition to Wang Yibo’s signature, the power button is also made in green, in line with the signature, which looks very fashionable indeed.

There are not many precedents of phones using green as a color scheme, this color is rather jumpy and difficult for manufacturers and users to manage, and without a suitable partner to provide content support for the color scheme, it would be awkward for both sides, feeling “hard”, just to highlight that we are different. The Note11 gives the market good use of the green color scheme.

Aside from the Redmi logo on the back case and the overall color scheme and triple-layer box design, the rest of the phone is the same as the standard Note11 Pro+. The machine is only available in a version of 8+256GB, priced at 2,699 yuan, and will be available for purchase on November 11.

Source: AnTuTu Benchmark

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