After several days promoting the Redmi Note 8 Pro, its 64MP camera and the Mediatek Helio G90T processor, here comes a turn. It is now official that the base model – the Redmi Note 8 – will hit the market with the same processor as the Xiaomi Mi A3, the Snapdragon 665.
This is a processor that has not been impressed by its power. Incidentally, on several occasions has proved less powerful than the Snadpragon 660, which equips models like the Mi A2 or Redmi Note 7.
However, using a Qualcomm processor is a safe bet that appeals to fans of the brand. First with all those who like to use custom ROMs and Google Camera, and then because Mediatek processors are known to fail in battery life.
Redmi Note 8 will have to make appointments. Using this processor means you can't go beyond a 48MP camera. Accompanying this main sensor, however, will be three more cameras, so potential is guessed.
Redmi Note 8 Pro should not be released globally
In the end, what I believe is that the same strategy as the previous generation will be maintained. Note 8 Pro should not officially exit outside Asian markets, as its predecessor did.
If the strategy continues, Redmi Note 8 thus has an open way to become a new success. With the same processor as the Mi A3 and four cameras, the fan's desire is not to "copy" the HD screen of the Android One device. If not, Note 8 will be a new success story for the Chinese company. .
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