How to Get a Free Redmi Note 11 in Nigeria (Directly from Xiaomi)

 Without a doubt, the Nigerian smartphone industry is one of the most profitable in Africa. Nigeria is clearly one of Africa’s major smartphone markets. With a population of over 200 million people, it’s easy to see why the country’s smartphone industry is so huge. According to Statista, the number of smartphone users in Nigeria is expected to increase to 140 million by 2025.

Until then, Nigeria has more than 40 million smartphone users. This means that the Nigerian smartphone industry has a bright future ahead of it, with the number of subscribers expected to more than treble in the next three years.

Xiaomi joined the Nigerian smartphone market in 2019 and is doing everything it can to gain a foothold. One of its several offers is to give away the Redmi Note 11 for free.

Xiaomi has had a lot of success in Nigeria. It has had a significant impact on the market in only three years. Although Samsung and Transsion (Infinix, Techno, and iTel) continue to be the market leaders, Xiaomi is not far behind.

Now, the company is giving away the Redmi Note 11 for free to Nigerians. Whether you believe it or not, Nigerians are suckers for freebies. To be in with a chance of winning, you must take part in a challenge.

To give you an idea of the price, the Redmi Note 11 costs N125,000 in Nigeria. As a result, if you are the lucky winner, you will save a lot of money.

How do I Participate in the Redmi Note 11 Challenge?

If you live in Nigeria and need a free Redmi Note 11, follow the instructions below.

  • Follow Xiaomi on all its social media platforms. In Nigeria, Xiaomi has FacebookTwitter, and Instagram accounts. You can follow these accounts via the backlinks.
  • Tag and share the post (the post for a free Redmi Note 11) on any of the platforms to 5 friends. To be on the safe side, tag and share the post with five friends on each of the three social media platforms
  • Shoot a short video/ skit to create your own Xiaomi Jingle – Post the video on your page. Make sure that you correctly pronounce “Xiaomi” in the video
  • Make sure you take @XiaomiNigeria and use the hashtag #XiaomiJingleChallenge to stand a chance of winning 

You are not just competing for the Redmi Note 11, but also stand a chance of winning other devices in the Xiaomi Ecosystem.

Tips for Pronouncing “Xiaomi” Correctly

It would be difficult for many Nigerians to pronounce “Xiaomi” correctly. This is true for a variety of reasons, ranging from Nigerians’ preference for “Redmi” to the fact that the word “Xiaomi” is particularly simple to mispronounce. I’ll provide a tiny suggestion because I want as many Nigerians who follow me here to be winners as possible.

The most common mistake Nigerians make while pronouncing “Xiaomi” is pronouncing it “Zia – o – me.” If you want to win anything from this challenge, never mention this.

The pronunciation of “Xiaomi” can be translated as “Show me.” Directly saying it “show me” is still a little off, but it’s a lot better than “Zia – o – me.”

The exact pronunciation of “Xiaomi” is “Shau – mee,” however, some Nigerians may have difficulty pronouncing it. You can say “Shau – mee” as “Sha – o – mee” to make it easier to pronounce.

Please pronounce “Shau – mee” as a single word. Do not count the word by saying “Sha,” “o,” and “mee.” If you do this, you could say goodbye to the Redmi Note 11.

You can listen to Xiaomi’s pronunciation by clicking here.

Note: Terms and conditions apply

Redmi Note 11: What you need to know

This is an opportunity to try out a two-month-old smartphone. The Redmi Note 11 was officially introduced in February 2022, and it ships with MIUI 13 preinstalled on top of Android 11.

The Redmi Note 11 was officially introduced in February 2022, and it ships with MIUI 13 preinstalled on top of Android 11. As a result, you won’t have to worry about the MIUI 12 system’s issues. The majority of Nigerians are concerned about large batteries and great cameras. The Redmi Note 11 has all of these features and more. A 5000 mAh battery is large, and Xiaomi includes a 33W Pro dual split fast charging system that can charge the phone to 100% in around an hour.

In addition, the Redmi Note 11 has a 50MP primary back camera. Many Nigerians, I’m sure, will find this intriguing, if not fascinating.

For selfies, there’s a 13MP camera on the front, which isn’t awful either. There is no 5G, but that shouldn’t be an issue because 5G will not be available in Nigeria anytime soon. The Nigerian government held a 5G spectrum auction a few weeks ago, and you can expect it to take many months before telecommunication firms start using those spectrums.

See the table below for the rest of this smartphone’s specifications.

Redmi Note 11 Specifications

  • 6.43-inch FHD+ (1080×2400 pixels) AMOLED display with 90Hz refresh rate, DCI-P3 color gamut, up to 1000 nits peak brightness
  • Octa-Core Snapdragon 680 6nm Mobile Platform with Adreno 610 GPU
  • 4GB LPDDR4X RAM with 64GB / 6GB LPDDR4X RAM with 128GB UFS 2.2 internal storage, expandable memory up to 1TB with microSD
  • Android 11 with MIUI 13
  • Dual SIM (nano + nano + microSD)
  • 50MP rear primary camera with f/1.8 aperture, 8MP 118° ultra-wide-angle camera, 2MP depth and
  • 2MP macro camera with f/2.4 aperture
  • 13MP front camera with f/2.4 aperture
  • Side-mounted fingerprint sensor, IR blaster
  • 3.5mm audio jack, Stereo speakers, Hi-Res Audio certification
  • Dimensions:159.87 x 73.87 x 8.09mm; Weight: 179g
  • Splash resistant (IP53)
  • Dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac (2.4GHz + 5GHz), Bluetooth 5.0, GPS + GLONASS, USB Type-C, NFC (select markets only)
  • 5000mAh (typical) battery with 33W Pro fast charging




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