Xiaomi’s Redmi Pro 2 has been subject to several leaks over the past few months. While it was previously reported that the device would feature Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 660 mobile platform, a new report now has now outed a few more details about the smartphone.
According to a report from GizmoChina, the Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2 is said to come with a LCD display and it will be manufactured by TCL. The display on the upcoming smartphone will feature a full HD resolution. Notably, the original Redmi Pro features a full-HD OLED display and if report is to be believed than it would rather be disappointing to see such downgrade.
Moving on, the report suggest that the supposed Redmi Pro successor will come with 3GB of RAM and will retain the dual rear camera. While previous reports cited that the Redmi Pro 2 would feature a dual camera setup at the back with 16-megapixel sensor each, the latest leak refuting it suggest that the phone will sport a 12-megapixel sensor and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor alongside. On the front, it said to sport a 16-megapixel Samsung S5K3P8 sensor.
Other features listed on specification sheet include- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and sensors like accelerometer and gyroscope. While rumours are taken with a pinch of salt, it would be wise to give this information the same treatment.
Reports earlier have suggested that the Redmi Pro 2 will come in two storage variants- 4GB RAM+64GB storage and 6GB RAM+128GB inbuilt storage. The device is said to pack a large 4500mAh battery and it is expected to be priced at 1599 Yuan (roughly Rs. 15,300) for the 4GB RAM model, while the 6GB RAM version is tipped to cost 1799 Yuan (around Rs. 17,200). Reports also claim that the smartphone will be nearly bezel-less and is tipped to launch anytime in July.