The Redmi Note 8 series is expected to be unwrapped within this week. And while the major selling point will be on the world’s first 64MP camera, the Redmi Note 8 could also get a few big changes. According to a new teaser shared by Redmi, the Note 8 will be powered by a Qualcomm processor instead of the speculated MediaTek Helio G90.
Furthermore, the RedmiBook 14 has now been officially teased to be announced on the same day at the same event.
The standard Note 8 will feature the same Snapdragon CPU as the Mi A3, that is the Snapdragon 665 SoC. We earlier thought that it could feature the MediaTek Helio G90 but that has not turned out to be. Most of the other specifications for the handset are not known.
However, a quad-camera setup has also just been confirmed with a 48MP primary sensor by an official render.
Design-wise, the teardrop notch will very likely remain on the front of both the Note models but the rear will get some makeovers with some new gradients, as is also evident from the image.
Meanwhile, Redmi is showing off the camera chops of the 64MP Note 8 Pro on social media as it posted a photo demonstrating the powerful 25x zoom of the sensor yesterday. And if the image quality is anything to go by, consider us very interested. Redmi has already confirmed many features including a 4,500mAh battery, gaming accessories, better connectivity while gaming, liquid cooling, and a bit more.
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The launch will take place on August 29 in China shortly after which we expect a in other markets.