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Redmi hints new devices will arrive in April
Redmi hints new devices will arrive in April according to the announcement made earlier this week. The new devices include the following Xiaomi’s several Mi devices as below:
- Xiaomi 11 Pro
- Mi 11 Ultra
- Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G
- Mi Smart Band 6
- Mi Mix Fold
Apart from the late announcement in March by the company, Redmi’s Product Director Wang Teng Thomas revealed that a new device will be launching in April. During a question and answer session, a user asked that there’d be no new phones in April? The Redmi Director replies with a question indirectly admitting that Xiaomi would be launching its new device in April. Fortunately, the new device will come with the support of 5G technology. Like other flagship and new upcoming models are coming with 5G enable and Redmi will be also coming with this specification.
Redmi new device:
According to the Redmi’s executive, the upcoming smartphone will come up with the Dimensity 1200 chipset. Basically the dimensity 1200 chipset is comparable to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 870 in performance. That means the upcoming device would be in the category of a flagship. It is recently reported that Redmi’s upcoming device is a gem of a phone. The device contains the codename of ‘Ares’. Furthermore, We will be looking at a new gaming smartphone in the name of Redmi’s new model.
The specs of the rumoured smartphone include a 5,000 mAh battery with support for a 65W charger. The 5000 mAh battery means a big pack of the uninterrupted display without losing much battery. Moreover, it contains a flat OLED display with a punch-hole selfie camera. The OLED display will manufacture along with Samsung’s new E4 panel.
Additionally, the price of the device is expected to be in the range of $300-380 as it may be one of the cheapest gaming smartphones to hit the market. Surprisingly, there’s a possibility that the Redmi may arrive in the Indian market with the name of POCO. Perhaps, Redmi or Xiaomi is marketing as a name of POCO F series smartphone in most of the countries including India.