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This is the standard Redmi Note 8 with Quad Cameras

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From the hands-on images to the press renders from the company itself, we have got them all when it comes to Redmi Note 8 Pro. But, one thing that you shouldn’t forget is the fact that there is a standard non-Pro Note 8 coming as well that is going to be the successor to Redmi Note 7. Today, Redmi gave us the first look at Note 8 & the phone is coming with Quad Cameras.

Redmi Note 8

Redmi Note 8

Unlike the Note 8 Pro, the Redmi Note 8 has Quad Cameras placed vertically on the top left corner & there isn’t any Redmi K20-like gradient design that we have on Note 8 Pro. It has the normal gradient finish that we see on most of the phones these days. The fingerprint scanner is also placed on the rear.

If you were confused whether the standard Redmi Note 8 will have a 64MP camera as well, then this press renders answers that as well. As we can see, Note 8 has a 48 Megapixel primary rear camera, most likely with a Sony IMX 586 sensor. The Redmi Note 7 also has a 48MP camera, but it’s a Samsung GM1 sensor. The Note 8 has a secondary wide-angle camera, a third macro lens & a fourth depth sensor.

Redmi Note 8 has Snapdragon 665

Redmi Note 8 has Snapdragon 665

The company also revealed that Note 8 has Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SOC, which is the same chipset powering the recently launched Xiaomi Mi A3. Moreover, the Realme 5 that launched in India recently has the same chipset & a similar camera setup as that phone too has a combination of a wide-angle, macro lens & depth sensor.

It will most likely come at a starting price similar to that of Redmi Note 7 in China, i.e., 999 Yuan but that’s unconfirmed as of now.

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