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Xiaomi might launch a Snapdragon 730G-powered Redmi Note 8 Pro



Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro

Xiaomi is a Chinese manufacturer which does not have a presence in the United States market. However, we are sure that many of our readers would have heard the company’s name. We are confident about this because it is one of the hottest companies in the industry. One of the major factors is the price-to-performance ratio that Xiaomi offers for its phones. Basically, Xiaomi’s phones offer such quality that you will feel that you are overspending on flagship smartphones as you get all the same specifications in a sub-$200 phone.

Xiaomi currently sells its smartphones in the Indian, Chinese and other Asian markets, and we also don’t expect the company to move in the Western markets anytime soon. But it is good to keep track of what the company is doing in regards to its smartphones. The company recently launched its Redmi Note 8 series which comes with a Redmi Note 8 and a Redmi Note 8 Pro. As you would expect from the names, Redmi Note 8 Pro is a top-end variant in the series. And the device is powered by a gaming processor from MediaTek, the MediaTek G90T. But there have been complaints from Chinese users that the Redmi Note 8 Pro has overheating issues.

Therefore, Xiaomi is starting to look at options for its global variant of the Redmi Note 8 Pro. As per a new report from Notebook Check, Xiaomi is already working on a Redmi Note 8 Pro powered by Snapdragon 730G processor. It is to be noted that Snapdragon 730G is also a gaming processor but from Qualcomm instead of MediaTek. And we are well-aware that Qualcomm has a much better reputation of making smartphone chips compared to MediaTek. Xiaomi is expected to launch this smartphone soon so we will keep our eyes out for any news regarding its launch.

Mike loves sharing his ideas on technology, smartphones, and gadgets on Ontechedge. With a diploma in Computer Science, Mike is passionate about apps, programming, and does a lot of freelance testing for iOS developers. He also works with FMS marketing for their tech clients. You can connect with him at [email protected]