Xiaomi has already opened multiple Mi stores recently. This means the company will offer more new models in Europe. One of the latest models of the company is the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro, which was announced in India on February 14. Its enhanced variant will release in China on March 16. As for Europe, today it became known the original Redmi Note 5 Pro will enter this market soon at a price tag of 230 Euros. It’s equivalent to 1798 yuan. In this sense, the phone is priced a bit higher because the Indian version comes at a starting price of 13.999 rupees (about 1384 yuan). But the latter refers to the 4+64GB variant, while the European model has got a 3+32GB version. The same 4+64GB variant is priced at 270 Euros (about 2109 yuan). As a reminder, the Indian 6+64GB variant is priced at 16999 rupees (about 1681 yuan).
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This information comes our way from Roland Quandt, who claims the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is currently being prepared to support the European LTE network. There is no certain launch date, but as the price tags are already leaked, we can expect the phone to launch in the nearest future.
As for hardware, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is packed with a 5.99-inch full-screen, the world’s first Snapdragon 636 chip, 3/4/6GB RAM, 32/64GB of native storage, 12+5MP dual-camera on the back, a 20MP selfie shooter on the front, and a 4000mAh battery. As we can see, once again, Xiaomi could bring many respectable and trendy features to the mid-range market at an affordable price tag.