Redmi Note 7, which made its official debut in China last week, is already selling in good numbers. While the Chinese smartphone brand has yet to announce whether the phone will hit global markets, its Redmi Note 7 Pro upgrade version will be released next month.
As with the teasers, rumors have started to make rounds on the internet with the latest report now revealing the alleged pricing of the upcoming Redmi phone. An insider leading to the Chinese microblogging site, Weibo revealed that the Redmi Note 7 Pro could be priced at CNY 1,499 (around Rs 15,800). The insider further cited that the upcoming Redmi phone could be one of the first to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 675 processor that was announced late last year.
The latest mobile platform in the Snapdragon 600 series has a new architecture and is manufactured in an 11nm LPP process. the Snapdragon 675 SoC It features the fourth generation Kyro 460 octa-core CPU. An upgrade from the Snapdragon 670 processor, the chipset comes with the Qualcomm Spectra 250 L triple camera ISP, improved AI engine. It supports QuickCharge 4 Plus technology and a triple camera setup to take “super wide images”.
Aside from Qualcomm’s latest mobile platform, the Redmi Note 7 Pro is expected to have a dual camera arrangement similar to the base version. Redmi Note 7. Redmi recently on a Weibo post The Note 7 Pro teases confirmed that the phone will have a 48 MP primary sensor. However, unlike the Redmi Note 7 which houses a 48MP Samsung ISOCELL GM1 sensor, the phone will have a Sony IMX586 sensor.
Other details about the Redmi Note 7 Pro are scarce as of now, however reports speculate that the phone could have similar specs as the Redmi Note 7. The device was launched at a price starting at CNY 999 (roughly Rs 10,000). for the 3 GB of RAM. Redmi recently announced that the new Redmi Note 7 will get the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 Super Night Scene camera function It enhances and produces brighter images in low light.
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