The difference is more marked on the field of the display. While the Note 11 has a 6.43-inch AMOLED screen, the Note 10 5G is content with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD panel. Both display in the same definition (2400 x 1080 pixels), even if the resolution of the Note 11 is very slightly higher (409 against 405 dpi). They also have an image refresh rate of up to 90 Hz.
OLED technology has proven itself and allows you to enjoy almost infinite contrasts, vibrant colors and zero afterglow time. If the display of the Note 10 5G is of rather good quality, that of the Note 11 reaches an impressive level for this price range. It is also much brighter (725 against 425 cd / m²), which is very useful, knowing that the two smartphones display a high reflectance rate.
As often, it will be necessary to go through a different calibration mode to better benefit from it. We recommend the standard mode for both devices. The Redmi Note 11 was thus able to take the advantage thanks to an excellent delta E (1.3 against 1.8), even if the Note 10 5G enjoys an almost perfect color temperature (6486 against 6720 K), the ideal standard being at 6500 K.
Anyway, the difference in technology allows the Redmi Note 11 to secure this point quite easily.