After the cheapest Snapdragon 845 phone, Xiaomi now has another smartphone on the line. It is known as Redmi Note 6 Pro which is bigger than its predecessor Note 5 Pro. The phone is said to have available for pre-order in a Chinese store for $199/ 1365 Yuan.
Earlier, the company released the cheapest smartphone with Snapdragon 845 named Xiaomi Pocophone F1. It is priced at ₹20,990. Moreover, the Chinese company maintains its profit percentage in India with the launching of this phone.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro: Specifications
The device is characterized with same name globally also but it hasn’t launched officially yet. With the Full-Screen display measuring 6.26-inches and having 19: 9 aspect ratio, the phone has narrow bezels. The front is protected with Gorilla Glass of Corning. Likewise, Note 5 Pro the Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro also comes with a rear fingerprint sensor. The octa-core 1.95GHz Kryo 260 CPU with Adreno 512 GPU is present with Snapdragon 660, the Artificial Intelligence Engine.
This time the Note has the dual selfie sensors comprises of 20+ 2 megapixels. On the back also, we have dual sensors of 12MP f/2.2 plus 5MP f/2.0 with 1.4um large pixels. With this technology, the device ranks first Xiaomi handset to come up with four camera sensors. Presence of dual LED flash makes the handset great. For storage and memory options, the Note 6 Pro gains 4/6GB RAM with 64/128GB of storage. The spec sheet also mentions that the phone will come in gold, black, golden pink, red and blue. MIUI 10 base on Android Oreo and 4000mAh battery is available with Quick charge technology.
The Redmi Note 6 Pro has been surfaced on the Chinese store. The post describes the specs of the new device and also available for pre-booking at $199/ ₹14,500. Also, noteworthy of Note 6 Pro is the dual SIM (nano only) hybrid slot.