Redmi, which has officially become a sub-brand of Xiaomi, is currently busy brewing the next mid-range smartphone, Redmi Note 8. In recent weeks, the smartphone image has also adorned the internet and we can already see together.
Now, it’s the Redmi Note 8 Pro’s turn to join the virtual world. Based on Redmi’s naming conventions in the past, this is likely to be the highest variant of the upcoming mid-range. Yes! Redmi Note 8 Pro sightings have leaked on the set for its TV commercials.
However, you can see that the back of the smartphone that is allegedly the Redmi Note 8 Pro has the same design language as the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro. The rear cameras are no longer in the top left, but they are centered vertically.
The three cameras are arranged side by side and at the bottom, we can see there is support for the fingerprint sensor. It can be concluded, Redmi is still reluctant to adopt the support of a fingerprint scanner on the screen, aka fingerprint under the display for its middle-class smartphone.
The placement of the Redmi logo also reminds us of the K20 series, as well as the color finishing showed. Even though there is no green K20 Pro or K20, the fact that the color showed seems darker in the middle shell, so it really brings a new feel.
So far, hardware support for the Redmi Note 8 Pro has not been leaked, so it seems quite difficult to guess the chipset, the amount of RAM and ROM and the capacity of the battery. But as we can see, this smartphone has three rear cameras, most likely one of which will have a resolution of 64MP.
Recently, Redmi official Lu Weibing has also bragged that the Redmi Note 8 Series will have longer battery life. In addition, this smartphone will also have a better camera performance. No less interesting, Weibing also said that the screen of this smartphone has a higher screen-to-body ratio.
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