Redmi GM hints the Redmi flagship isn’t called Redmi X

Recently, a teaser poster of the upcoming Redmi Snapdragon 855 flagship surfaced on Weibo with the device bearing the moniker “Redmi X”. The poster also indicated that the device will make a big appearance on May 14.

Redmi General Manager Lu Weibing has now affirmed through Weibo that it won’t be called Redmi X. Subsequently, it creates the impression that the poster that were circulating on Weibo could be phoney.

As it very well may be seen on the screenshot of Lu Weibing’s Weibo post above, he stated, “Not called Redmi X, there will be a better name.” While the organization has been prodding the Redmi SD855 telephone since the past couple of months, it creates the impression that it may not be launched so soon. The May 14 launch date may as well be fake.

However, there are rumors that the upcoming Redmi phone with notch-less display and pop-up selfie camera could be fueled by Snapdragon 730. It could be arriving as a lighter version of the Redmi SD855 phone that may debut later.

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The Redmi SD730 telephone is reputed to highlight a 48-megapixel + 8-megapixel + 13-megapixel triple camera unit and a battery of 4,000mAh limit. It is additionally expected to land with some different highlights like AMOLED show, in-screen unique mark peruser and 3.5mm sound jack. Different subtleties of the telephone are at present under the wraps.

Gossipy tidbits are overflowing that the Redmi SD730 telephone will confront rivalry from Realme X that will brandish a notchless screen and pop-up camera. It is supposed to include an in-screen fingerprint reader, VOOC 3.0 glimmer charging, triple back cameras and Snapdragon 730 SoC. It is required to discharge in alternatives like 6 GB RAM + 64 GB stockpiling, 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage and 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage. These models could be separately estimated at 1,599 Yuan (~$237), 1,799 Yuan (~$267) and 1,999 Yuan (~$299)


Jedi Kay

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