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Redmi Note 8 Pro real device shows up on the camera

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Redmi is going to launch its 4K 70-inch TV in China on August 29 & there are maximum chances that the company is going to launch its Note 8 series the same day. Like the Note 7 series, we are expecting at least two phones namely Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8 Pro, with the latter supposed to be the one featuring a 64MP camera on the back.

Now, the real-life images of the Note 8 Pro have leaked that show a new design language which seems inspired from the K20 series.

These images were shared by a user on Twitter who claims it is indeed the Redmi Note 8 Pro. One of the biggest design change comes in the form of camera placement. There are four rear cameras that are placed in the middle instead of on the left like the Note 7 series. The phone has a glass back with a gradient design similar to that of Redmi K20 and K20 Pro which looks gorgeous.

We can see that the fingerprint scanner is also there on the rear, so the company is not going for an in-display fingerprint scanner as of now.

On his Weibo account, Lu Weibing, the CEO of Redmi, said that the Redmi Note 8 series is all about the long battery life, better camera performance, higher screen-to-body ratio & better feel in hand. So, we may get a Full-Screen design like the Redmi K20 series.

Let’s see what Redmi has to offer with its upcoming Redmi Note 8 Pro.

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