Redmi Note 7 Pro Officially Arrives next Week in China

Redmi Note 7 Pro

The new Redmi Note 7 Pro will be officially presented next week on the eastern market, a few days later than the launch of the standard version Redmi Note 7. This was confirmed by Lu Weibing, president of the newly formed Redmi company, which had just been detached from its parent company, Xiaomi.

For now, we do not yet have a precise date for the announcement of the Pro variant, although many believe that the right day maybe February 28th. On this date, an official Redmi event will be held in India, where the standard Note 7 will be presented again and, perhaps, also the Pro version.

The biggest differences between the two devices will be the processor and camera related. On Redmi Note 7 Pro there should be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 SoC and a Sony IMX586 photosensor, more powerful and efficient than the Snapdragon 660 and ISOCELL Bright GM1 sensor mounted on the standard variant. In addition, as we have already reported a few days ago, the Pro could also be integrated with a fingerprint sensor below the display, which would enrich the offer and justify the possible higher price.

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For the rest, the Pro should be quite similar in terms of aesthetics and hardware compared to the Note 7 standard, so it should be equipped with a 6.3-inch Full HD+ display with drip notch, very similar lines and a 4000 mAh battery with charging support Quick Charge 4.0.

At this point, all that remains is to know when Redmi will decide to release all the details on this new model. If the arrival in China and India seems to be a matter of days, for the European market we have no news, so it is possible that the wait could be even longer.


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