In October, Xiaomi introduced the Redmi Note 11 series in China, which is yet to enter the global market. The start was made yesterday by the release of the Redmi Note 11T in India. The new devices have not yet reached the European market and this will happen in the first quarter of next year. But the company is already preparing for the announcement of the Redmi Note 12 line, which may debut six months after the release of its predecessors.
According to one of the insiders, the company has become frequent with the announcements of new products and the Redmi Note 12 family may be presented in China in the second quarter of next year. If the forecast comes true, then this means that the company has clearly accelerated with the release of new products and is moving to a six-month update cycle for Redmi Note series devices.
It’s too early to talk about what the Redmi Note 12 series devices will be. There is still a lot of time before the release and the company is only working on prototypes. The most obvious reason why the company often announces new products is that Xiaomi strives to climb as high as possible in the ranking of the largest manufacturers. And for this, it needs high sales and new items can push them up. But there are serious concerns that the company may lose quality in the pursuit of pieces. Problems with the proprietary MIUI shell clearly demonstrate the problems of the lineup.
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Xiaomi is preparing the Redmi K50 gaming smartphone with the new flagship chip MediaTek Dimensity 9000
In April this year, the Redmi K40 Gaming smartphone was presented, based on the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chip. According to the latest data from the Digital Chat Station tech insider, the device will soon receive a successor. The upcoming Redmi K50 Gaming will be built on the latest flagship MediaTek platform.
According to the source, the new Redmi gaming smartphone will be based on the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chip; which, according to the results of synthetic tests, outperforms the current Apple A15 Bionic; on which the iPhone 13 series smartphones are based. It will have a 64-megapixel sensor. The device will boast a 5000mAh battery. The smartphone will receive a flat display with a fingerprint sensor located underneath.
The exact launch date of the Redmi K50 Gaming is still unknown; however, according to reports, the device will launch in the first quarter of 2022; along with other models of the Redmi K50 series.