Alleged Redmi Note 8 Passed Through Russian EEC Certification

We are waiting for a couple of new smartphones to come our way from Xiaomi. First, there is the second 5G-enabled smartphone of the manufacturer that is about to hit the market. Second, we want to see the improved version of the current flagship the Mi 9. Third, we are impatient to get our hands on the Redmi Note 8, which is said to come with a number of outstanding features at a quite low price tag.  Recently, Xiaomi’s new machine was certified by Russian EEC. The authentication information shows that the model of the machine is M1906G7G. It’s assumed we are dealing with the upcoming Note 8.

Much earlier, Redmi had officially stated there is a new handset with a 64MP camera in works. The 64MP CMOS of the company that is based on Samsung’s sensor will debut on the Redmi Note 8. Last month, Xiaomi Group Vice President, Redmi brand General Manager Lu Weibing said on Weibo that Redmi will launch the MediaTek Helio G90T high-performance smartphone on a global scale.

It is reported that the MediaTek HelioG90T is composed of two ARMCortex-A76 and six Cortex-A55. It also integrates the ARMMali-G76MC4 GPU, clocked at up to 800MHz. Plus, there is a built-in dual-core APU. Combined with CPU and GPU, it can provide 1TMACs AI computing power. At the same time, this processor supports 10GBLPDDR4x memory, the frequency can be up to 2133MHz.

As you see, the alleged Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 is going to be a real beast. At least, it will sport two unseen features of a 64MP CMOS and a new Helio chip, which is aiming at mobile gaming. FYI, this is not a gaming platform. It just comes with improved gaming capabilities.

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