New rumors suggest that Redmi could launch a variant of the Note 8 Pro equipped with a Snapdragon

New rumors suggest that Redmi could launch a variant of the Note 8 Pro equipped with a Snapdragon

processor

The new Redmi Note 8 Pro and its MediaTek processor has been one of the biggest controversies around Xiaomi this year . And is that if we remember and look back, the chipset manufacturer has earned its bad reputation by not releasing its drivers and therefore limiting its possibilities.

To this, the bad reputation is added in relation to the heating of its processors , as well as the low number of updates that smartphones usually equipped with a MediaTek processor receive. Even so, the Redmi Note 8 Pro is being a success, with a large audience that also already enjoys a complete adaptation of the famous Google GCam.

A new Redmi Note 8 Pro with Snapdragon 730G processor

The thing does not seem to stay there and is that as reported by the renowned Xiaomishka , Redmi could be finalizing the preparations to launch a new variant of the Note 8 Pro but this time with a Snapdragon 730G processor .

This new rumor is given by the M1912G7BE device appeared in the 3C certification unit of China that this morning we anticipated as a possible POCOPHONE F2. However, several rumors and especially that made by Xiaomishka echo the existence of a new Redmi that would leave out MediaTek processors to equip in this case the middle-high range of Qualcomm.

Likewise, the well-known informant assures that this new device should arrive before the end of this 2019 , being the month of December the one chosen by the firm to close a year full of new smartphones of all kinds. Even so, as we were saying, it is just a rumor so we will have to wait and see if Redmi is pronounced about it and if finally this new strategy that certainly seems very ugly and would put aside the Redmi Note 8 Pro With MediaTek, it ends up being real.

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