The previous day, the Chinese company Xiaomi announced a new version of the medium-level smartphone Redmi Note 11 SE. It now turns out that this machine will be supplied without a charger in a kit, which could be an unpleasant surprise for a number of consumers.
Xiaomi began to remove the charger from some of its smartphones in 2020, with the Mi 11 flagship's announcement. Like other manufacturers, the company explained environmental concerns. In addition, the lack of a charger reduces the thickness of the package and therefore reduces the cost of its production and even more of its logistics.
It has now become known that Redmi Note 11 SE will be the first Redmi machine to have no charger in the kit. In addition to the smartphone itself, the USB Type-C cable, the SIM card clip, the protective cover, the short start manual and the warranty card are placed in the box.
So, probably in the future, other Redmi machines could lose a complete charger, and Xiaomi hasn't commented on the situation yet.
The new version of Redmi Note 11 SE, again, is equipped with a 6.43-inch Full HD+ AMOLED screen, a MediaTek Helio G95 processor, 13-Mp Selfie camera, a fourth main camera in configuration 64 + 8 + 2 + 2 million pixels, and a 5,000 mAh battery supported by 33-W charger.