The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 could be the next smartphone to be unveiled. At least that's what most rumors have been arguing about the new information that Xiaomi will use the new MediaTek processor to give us a powerful and affordable smartphone.
This new MediaTek chip, Helio G90T, delivers above-average performance while still allowing manufacturers to introduce 64MP cameras.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 May Be the Answer to Realme and Honor
With Honor pouncing on Honor 9X performance and the Kirin 810 processor, this Redmi Note 8 could be Xiaomi's answer to Huawei's new submarine device.
In addition, Realme is also giving success cards and is preparing to launch the first smartphone with a 64MP camera. That is, this new equipment from Redmi can come to fight both at once.
Redmi Note 8 may arrive 7 months after predecessor
Personally I am not an apologist for 6 month equipment renewal. It was this ideology that set Sony apart and keeps me from OnePlus. Still, brands are not very concerned about it. After all the goal is to make money. The maximum as possible.
Xiaomi has shown in the past that it does not care about the length of time between the launch of equipment of the same range and, although it has changed its old habits a little, Redmi wants to win a particularly complicated market.
A much more competitive mid-range market than high-end ones. Therefore, it is quite plausible that we are looking at Redmi Note 8.
Although not the biggest lover of MediaTek processors, the truth is that Qualcomm does not have a chip that can fight this Helio G90T. Admittedly, Redmi will launch a smartphone with this chip. We will only see what kind of market it is pointing to.
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