Xiaomi seems to be having some other problem for keep the members of the new Redmi Note 8 series secret. On August 19, the first images of the Redmi Note 8 appear, the “base” model of this family, which is accompanied by the Redmi 8A, also filtered in real images. Xiaomi, in addition, has already confirmed the date of presentation of this series of affordable mid-range phones.
And when the waters seemed to have calmed down, a new leak coming from the Chinese Weibo portal, echoed by Slashleaks, let us see for the first time what could be the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro, the most advanced variant of this family whose presentation is already scheduled for next week.
This will be the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 with three rear cameras
The image in question will have been captured from a television ad broadcast in China, in which you can see a new Redmi terminal, whose rear recalls in some aspects that of the Xiaomi Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro, although there are differences in relation to the photographic section.
And this new terminal has a total of three photographic sensors at your back, and not with three as will be the case of the "normal" Redmi Note 8. Beyond that, you can see a new bluish color, lighter on the sides than in the center of the device.
This photographic configuration also suggests that Redmi will have dispensed with the capacitive fingerprint reader, and it is likely that the brand has opted for a built-in optical sensor on the screen. This, in turn, gives us another clue as is the use of an AMOLED panel.
At the moment, not much is known about the assumption Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro. The presentation of the new Redmi Note 8 series will be held on August 29 in China, so there is not much left until we can leave doubts.
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