Although the CEO of the company had already dropped in refill that the announced presentation of Redmi television would be accompanied by Note 8, now the fact is confirmed: we will have new Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8 Pro as soon as the next 29 of August.
With the machinery already extremely oiled, we are talking about a renovation that arrives exactly six months after the Redmi 7 Pro and that will release the 64 MP sensor from Samsung. In fact, after Realme yesterday finally did not introduce even his Realme XT with 64 MP, it could be the first terminal to mount it.
Four lenses and 64 MP
While it seemed that Realme would be the first to get on at 64 MP, yesterday’s presentation finally left us with Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro with four cameras and up to 48 MP and the promise of a Realme XT that will reach 64 MP but, yes, already in September.
Thus, and except for a last-minute surprise, it seems that Xiaomi has everything on track to sign up for both presenting the first mobile with the Isocell GW1 Bright 64 MP sensor, ahead of a few days at the end of the month: it will arrive on August 29.
The image of the presentation lets us take a look at those cameras and at the back of the terminal. The design is somewhat similar to the Redmi 8 that have recently leaked, with the camera module vertically and in the center. It contains three of the lenses and the fingerprint reader, while on the right there is an additional lens and the flash.
We know therefore that there will be two models, the Redmi Note 8 and the Redmi Note 8 Pro. The Redmi Note 8 Pro will be the one that mounts the four cameras and the 64 MP and is probably a more modest configuration in its brother because the small print already indicates that “the 64 MP corresponds to the superior model”.
Previously, Lu Weibing specified that this renovation would mean clearer images, a larger battery, a higher screen/body ratio, and a better hand feeling. It is difficult to secure it from the previous photo, although it could be that the back part went from plastic to glass. The rest of the specifications remain a mystery, at least until August 29.