Xiaomi, which introduced many phones in March, has no intention of taking a break. The company gave the good news of April for the Redmi Gaming Phone!
Many new phones were introduced at the Xiaomi launch held on March 29-30. These devices included the Mi Mix Fold as well as the Mi 11 series. After the introduction, we predicted that Xiaomi and its sub-brand Redmi will be silent for a while, but things didn’t work out that way. Redmi has officially confirmed that it will release a gaming phone in April. Let’s get into the details of the news!
Redmi Game Phone With Us In April!
A Weibo user said that no new device will be announced in April, referring to Xiaomi and Redmi. Redmi Product Manager Wang Teng then replied to that post: “Who said that?”Xiaomi, which introduced many phones in March, has no intention of taking a break. The company gave the good news of April for the Redmi Gaming Phone!
With this implied answer, Wang Teng, whose job title attracted attention, almost gave the signal that the device on which they were standing would be introduced. We have some information about this gaming phone. For example, the device will not use a Snapdragon processor, but will host the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chipset, which is the Snapdragon 870 counterpart. It must be said that both chipsets can be an important source of performance for high-end flagships.
In addition to the processor, there are some rumors about the other features of the device, of course, we should mention them. One of the most valuable features for gaming phones is undoubtedly the large battery. About this device, it is said that it will find a 5000mAh 65W fast charging battery. In addition, Redmi side, who wants to use a quality screen in order to maximize the gaming pleasure of the users, has included an OLED panel in this device. Rumor has it that this panel is the famous E4 panel of Xiaomi.
We talked about the features of the device a little. What about the price? The product is expected to have a price of around CNY 2,000-2,500 in its homeland China. This equates to an absolutely cheap price tag for gaming phones, such as roughly $ 300-380.
The last thing I think we should add about the device is related to the Indian store. The device may appear in India not under the name of Redmi but under the name POCO and as an F series phone. We think this is because of a marketing strategy.