Redmi Note 12 Could Launch In India This Year, Here’s What To Expect

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The Redmi Note 12 smartphone could launch in India later this year. However, the handset’s key specs have already been tipped. Redmi unveiled the Note 11 series a few months ago. Now, the brand has been regularly adding new models to the lineup. The latest entrants in the series are the Note 11T Pro and Note 11T Pro+. To recap, the Note 11T Pro series sold a whopping 270,000 units in just 60 minutes after going on sale.

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Notably, Redmi is still riding high on the success of the Note 11 series. Now, Redmi is sparing no effort to cash in the Note 11 series’ popularity. So, the Note 11T Pro and Note 11T Pro+ could launch in India as well. However, 91mobiles suggests that these handsets could launch under the Poco branding in the country. The Note 12 series has three smartphones. These include the Note 12, Note 12 Pro, and Note 12 Pro+.

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Two Redmi Note 12 series devices have bagged China’s network access license. Moreover, these handsets carry codenames L16 and L16U. To recap, noted leaker DigitalChatStation has already tipped the vanilla Redmi Note 12 launch date. Also, DCS has divulged the handset’s key specifications. The vanilla Redmi Note 12 will be reportedly based on the Redmi Note 11. However, it is likely to have some minor changes.

Redmi Note 12 India and global launch dateAccording to a Weibo post by DCS, Redmi Note 12 will launch in Q2 2022. However, the tipster didn’t mention the moniker Redmi Note 12. Nevertheless, this timeline coincides with past leaks. DCS previously claimed that the series will go official in the second half of the year. Also, the Redmi Note 12 series will succeed the Redmi Note 11 lineup. According to DCS, the Note 12 will house a triple rear camera setup. Moreover, the rear-mounted camera module will have the same design as the Note 11.

Also, the Redmi Note 12 could feature a 50MP primary sensor. It will reportedly sport a flat display with a hole-punch cut out in the center. The punch-hole cutout will house the phone’s front shooter. Aside from this, it could get an ultra-wide-angle sensor. Also, it will probably come with a macro sensor.

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