We are just a few months away from the next generation of the Redmi Note series the Redmi Note 8.
Update: The Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8 Pro launched in China. More details here
It’s been a few months since the Redmi Note 7 was launched and it is time now for the leaks of the next-generation smartphone to appear on the internet.
There is a new leak render that has emerged after a teaser video was showcased by the Redmi General Manager Lu Weibing.
The Redmi Note 8, in the teaser video, highlighted the quad-camera set up with 64-megapixel primary sensor.
Looking at the leaked render of the Redmi Note 8, it seems that Xiaomi is moving away from their traditional design of the Redmi Note series smartphone.
Although the Redmi 7 brought a little refreshing design with a stylish back panel, the Redmi Note 8 looks completely different from the Redmi Note 7, and it’s quite subtle in colour white.
The back panel shows the quad-camera setup along with gradient white colour, although there is no confirmation that it is going to be the Redmi Note 8 smartphone.
Specifications of the Redmi Note 8
One camera out of the quad-camera set up on the Redmi Note 8 would be a 64-megapixel primary sensor, and probably there would be 1 telephoto lens, 1 Wide Angle Lens, and a depth sensor.
The smartphone would most likely be powered by Octa-Core MediaTek Helio G90T chipset that was announced just last month. The same processor is also going to power a Redmi gaming phone, which was already confirmed by Xiaomi India Chief, Manu Kumar Jain.
The back panel also does not have a fingerprint sensor, which means there is a chance that the Redmi Note 8 would be coming within in-display fingerprint sensor.
The launch of the Redmi Note 8 is quite far right now, so it is going to be Realme 5, that is going to be the first smartphone under Rs 10,000 to come with a quad-camera setup.
But it would still be interesting to see Xiaomi bringing in their most popular Redmi series smartphone in the market with some amazing features.
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