Leaked teasers showcases a Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2 with Snapdragon 675 SoC and 48MP camera

Two weeks ago, we learned that Xiaomi could be introducing a 48MP camera on its next smartphone expected to arrive in January next year. With 2018 almost finished it isn’t surprising that this device has already got teasers. A Weibo user posted these leaked teasers of what could be Xiaomi’s next, possibly called as Redmi Pro 2.

Also read: A 48MP camera Xiaomi device scheduled for launch in January

Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2: Could be a beastly camera phone

We knew that Xiaomi is working on a smartphone with a 48MP camera, which would be supported by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 675 processor. Now, these newly leaked teasers suggest that Xiaomi is going to introduce a Redmi Pro 2 with Snapdragon 675. Unfortunately, there is no mention of the camera details.

Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2 - Teasers

But if you look at the teasers you can see one of the posters is potentially teasing about the camera. And if these teasers are any indication, we may possibly have the name for Xiaomi’s 48MP camera-enabled smartphone. The Redmi Pro 2.

So, we may have a new Redmi phone coming with a massive camera sensor on the back. In July this year, Sony announced its highest resolution sensor, the 48MP module, which is what Xiaomi is going to use. And this could make it one of the most camera-centric phone to look out for next year.

Also read: Sony introduces the world’s highest resolution 48MP image sensor

Next year might sound too far, but of course, it isn’t. All we are waiting is to hear some official news from the house of Xiaomi. We would be on the lookout for more developments on this story. Stay tuned updates.

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