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Redmi GM confirms upcoming flagship won't be named as Redmi X

02 May 2019 3

Xiaomi kickoff the year with the announcement of spinning off Redmi as a separate brand. So far in the first four months, Redmi launched a number of mid-range phones and an Android Go phone. Back in December the company GM Lu Weibing confirmed the arrival of flagship phone running on the Snapdragon 855 chipset.

In the last few months or so the company launched a number of teasers to confirm details regarding the Redmi's upcoming flagship. Back on April 8th, Weibing confirmed the flagship phone won't have pop-up selfie snapper. However, the recently leaked posters suggest the upcoming Redmi flagship will be dubbed as Redmi X and it will have pop-up selfie snapper.

Last night Redmi GM once again took the Weibo to confirm the upcoming flagship won't be dubbed as Redmi X. He also said the device will have a better name. There are rumors the upcoming Redmi flagship will be available in two configurations. The base model will have pop-up selfie snapper and powered up by the Snapdragon 730 chipset. The top-tier flagship will have the Snapdragon 855 SoC.

The standard variant is rumored to have triple cameras setup on the rear side. A 4,000mAh battery will keep its lights on. It will have an under-glass optical fingerprint scanner and will retain the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack.

As per the latest reports Realme is also gearing to launch two new premium phones as Realme X and Realme X Pro. The Pro variant will confront the Redmi's Snapdragon 855 driven phone. We can expect more details will appear soon. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.



Redmi GM confirms upcoming flagship won't be named as Redmi X
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