Xiaomi, in August, launches the Redmi Note 8 Pro in China. This phone is the first one to be equipped with a 64MP camera technically and Xiaomi’s first phone to be powered by MediaTek- Helio G90T. However, a recent report is suggesting that Redmi Note 8 Pro could be powered by Snapdragon 730G.
Xiaomishka, a twitter user, shared a post where he mentioned two new phone’s model numbers- M1912G7BE and M1912G7BC, which is spotted on the database of China Communications Commission (3C) be found in Redmi Note 8 fueled by Snapdragon 730G chipset.
Still, there is no reliable evidence of the news, so don’t just conclude now.
If this report turns out real, Snapdragon 730G powered Redmi Note 8 Pro will be readily accepted by customers. Moreover, it will be an excellent alternative to smartphones like Realme X2, Realme XT 730G(scheduled for December release), and Oppo Reno 2.
Xiaomishka further includes his tweet that the Redmi K30 with design number M1911U2E 5G, MediaTek processor, should take launch in December. The phone will support both non-standalone and standalone 5G networks. Concerning the design, the Redmi K30 will have a display screen with a punch hole for a dual front camera comparable to the Galaxy S10+.
To know the specification of previously Redmi Note 8 Pro, click here.