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Xiaomi Redmi X to be launched – Will make its appearance with different name

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As per the poster, it could well be that the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor could well be done away with.

They have tasted success and now Xiaomi is all set to launch a new flagship Redmi smartphone soon. This new phone is named ‘Redmi X’ and is expected to be rolled out in China by May 14. As per Redmi’s General Manager Lu Weibing, this new phone will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset.

Also, after making a splash in China, it will make the head across to India as Poco F2. Also, even though it has been dubbed Redmi X, the General Manager has said that once launched, the phone will have a better name.

So what are the features?

This smartphone will have a pop-up selfie camera if a teaser video is anything to go by. This continues with the trend of phones coming out with a pop-up selfie camera, namely by Oppo and Vivo. Also, the upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro is also expected to be launched with a motorised camera mechanism. What this also means that with the presence of a pop-up selfie, there will no place for a notch. As per the poster, it could well be that the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor could well be done away with.

As far as the other critical specifications are concerned, Redmi X will also have an 8GB of RAM along with a 128GB of onboard storage. This phone will also be packed with a 6.39-inch full HD+ display and will be powered by MIUI 10 based Android Pie.

As far as the camera specifications are concerned, this Redmi X is rumoured to have a triple-camera setup camera featuring 48-megapixel, 8-megapixel and 13-megapixel sensors.

Although Xiaomi has not revealed the launch date for Redmi X, it could well clash with the global launch of the OnePlus 7 series. It is clear that with Redmi X, Xiaomi is all set to take on Realme X that will be launched in China later this month along with side a rebranded version of the Realme 3 Pro.

 

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