Redmi Note 8 With 64MP Quad Camera Setup Confirmed To Launch On August 29


Redmi has officially announced the launch date for its Note 8 and the Note 8 Pro smartphones. The company has shared an image on Weibo with a lot of information on the upcoming smartphones. Here is everything you need to know.

Redmi Note 8 With 64MP Quad Camera Setup Launch Confirmed


Comes With A Quad-Camera Setup

The Redmi Note 8 has been confirmed to feature a rear quad-camera setup accompanied a rear-facing fingerprint sensor. Considering the position of the fingerprint reader, the phone might come with an IPS LCD screen instead of an AMOLED display. Besides, the teaser image also confirms that the phone will use Samsung’s 64MP GW-1 sensor as the primary camera.

As of now, there is no information on the differences between the Pro and the standard variant. Considering the Redmi Note 7 series, the Note 8 series is likely to come with a much powerful processor and a high-quality camera sensor.

Just like the current generation Redmi phones, the Redmi Note 8 and the Note 8 Pro are also speculated to offer a premium design and pack a glass back made from Corning Gorilla Glass.

As per the recent leak of the Redmi 8A, the Redmi Note 8 series of smartphones might also come with a bigger 5000 mAh battery with support for fast charging via USB Type-C port. The device will also come with a dedicated headphone jack. Lastly, these smartphones will launch with Android 9 Pie, possibly with the MIUI 11 skin on top.

Our Opinion On The Redmi Note 8 Series

It looks like Xiaomi is getting ready to compete against the newly launched Realme 5 and the Realme 5 Pro which also have a quad-camera setup. With the Redmi Note 8 series, the company is expected to take the budget smartphone photography to the next level.

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