At the end of last August, Redmi announced its new Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro. A new generation of smartphones aimed at the mid-range and with clear intensities, in the Pro model, to become the ideal device for the most gamers who are looking for high performance in video games without the need to pay a large amount of money.
It was not until yesterday when the Xiaomi sub-brand launched the Redmi Note 8 Pro for sale, becoming the first generation to be available in the Mi Store in China, also achieving sales figures that exceeded 300,000 units sold on its first day.
Specifically, it has been Lu Weibing, current CEO of Redmi who through his own profile in Weibo boasted these first figures reached by the controversial smartphone, since if we remember, inside the Redmi Note 8 Pro we find a MediaTek Helio processor G90T Even so, there is no doubt that they are quite high figures, especially considering that just 8 months ago the Redmi Note 7 Pro was launched.
Redmi Note 8 Pro, the cheapest gaming smartphone
In addition to its MediaTek Helio G90T processor and its 6 and 8GB variants of RAM along with 64 or 128GB of internal storage, the new Redmi Note 8 Pro offers us a large IPS LCD screen of 6.53 inches FHD + resolution (1,080 × 2,340) that in this case it has a water drop shaped notch on its back.
On its back, we find a total of 4 cameras: the main sensor of no less than 64MP, a telephoto lens with a 2MP depth reader, a wide 8MP angle and a novel macro type lens capable of focusing objects that are at 2cm distance of 2MP. In its front part it has been decided to maintain a 20MP selfie camera.
Of rest, this gaming smartphone offers us a liquid cooling system, an improvement of LTE coverage and WiFi without influencing the way we grab the device, Game Turbo 2.0 mode and a long list of features that do not forget the NFC or the 18W fast charge on your 4,500mAh battery.