Xiaomi is not slowing down with its smartphone launches in Nepal as they launch the all-new Mi 11X Pro in Nepal with flagship-grade specs and a price that is to be drooled over.
Although the Mi 11X Pro or the Mi 11X series in its entirety is a rebranded version of the Redmi K40 series, the price-to-performance value it brings is something commendable. The front of the Mi 11X Pro has a large 6.67-inch Super AMOLED panel with 2400 x 1800 pixels and there’s a 120Hz refresh rate that has a Gorilla Glass 5 layer of protection.
Under the hood, the flagship brings remarkable hardware — Snapdragon 888 chipset (alongside 5G support) with 8GB of RAM and 128GB/256GB of onboard storage, however, you’ll have to pick it wisely as there’s no microSD card slot for expansion.
At the back, the phone flaunts a Samsung-made 108MP f/1.8 HM2 camera unit along with an 8MP ultrawide and a 5MP macro sensor. For selfies, you get a 20MP f/2.5 sensor housed inside the punch-hole.
Other features include a 4,520mAh battery inside with 33W fast charging support, stereo speakers, IR blaster, Bluetooth 5.2, and finally a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for biometric security.
Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro Price in Nepal and Availability
The Mi 11X Pro starts at a price of NPR 64,999 in Nepal for the 8GB/128GB trim, and for the 8GB/256GB model it costs NPR 67,999. The phone is available in Cosmic Black, Lunar White, and Celestial Silver color options and soon can be bought from Mi Authorized retailers across Nepal.
The price of the phone is somewhat expensive than what we usually see from Xiaomi phones. However, for almost half the cost of other premium devices in the market, you’re getting the taste of the Snapdragon 888 chipset in the Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro, which makes it an undisputed flagship killer.