Xiaomi has lined up a nice New Year gift for its fans and tech enthusiasts – the Redmi Note 7 Pro which is due for launch in China on February 5, the day the country ushers in a new year. Not surprisingly, hype surrounding the device have already been shooting through the roof while there is quite a few bits of info available on the device as well.
From all that is floating around the world wide web, the new Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro might come fitted with a 6 GB RAM along with 128 GB for storage.
Also, it could be the Snapdragon 675 powering the smartphone considering that the current gen Note 7 comes powered by the Snapdragon 660. The SD 675 happens to be the next gen version of SD 660 and is known to have support for a triple camera setup as well.
Also, while still on the camera, the Note 7 Pro is expected to come with a 13 mega-pixel front facing camera, the same as that on its predecessor. The rear is rumored to come with a dual camera setup though, comprising of a 48 MP Sony IMX 586 sensor as the primary cam along with another 5 MP lens to complement the above.
Keeping the lights on will likely be a 4000 mAh battery which seems decent enough. Upfront, it’s a 6.3-inch Full HD+ display dominating the front. In fact, the Note 7 Pro is expected to continue with the glass front and back design theme as is the case with the Note 7.
As for the likely variants of the device, there could be a 3 GB RAM/ 32 GB storage model serving as the entry level version even though the existence of the same is also being debated by many. If that is indeed true, the 4 GB RAM/ 64 GB storage version could serve as the entry level model while the one with 6 GB of memory and 128 GB of storage would form the top-end version.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro Price & Launch Date
As for its price, the Xiaomi Note 7 Pro might end up being a more up-market model compared to the Note 7 and be priced around 1499 Yuan. That translates to around Rs. 16,000 as per current conversion rates.
Expect full details to emerge by tomorrow itself when the phone gets officially in China.