Xiaomi could launch its Redmi 6 series in India as hinted by new teaser

Redmi Note 5 Pro

Xiaomi has a lot going on, the Chinese smartphone maker released a new sub-brand dubbed as POCO. And its first phone the F1 sold out in five minutes earning Xiaomi close to Rs 200 Crore ($28 million), which is a huge deal for the brand. Before F1, the brand released its second Android One handset, Mi A2. These two handsets have been the talk of the town and look like Xiaomi is ready for another series, which could be Redmi Note 6 and Redmi Note 6 Pro.


Also read: Poco F1 by Xiaomi review: don’t think it, just buy it

Redmi 6 Series: What to expect?

When Rohit Ghalsasi, product manager of Xiaomi India tweeted that “#DeshKeNayeSmartphones coming soon!”, it clearly indicated that India is receiving a new set of smartphones. The video teaser posted along with the tweet highlights the number “6”. Which is a direct indication of a new Redmi 6 series.

Going by the recent certification of Redmi Note 6 and Redmi Note 6 Pro at EEC, FCC, and NCC, it is clear that new Redmi phones are coming. On top of these certifications, a popular leakster, Roland Quandt shared on his twitter profile that Redmi Note 6 Pro will be coming in two variants; 3/32GB and 4/64GB. Further, the pricing shared was approximately Rs 16,999. Xiaomi could bring a 6GB RAM variant as well looking at the predecessor, Redmi Note 5 Pro.

The details of the upcoming Redmi phones are scarce. Plus there was no release date shared by the brand yet. Stay tuned in to our website as we will share more stories as new information comes into light.

Xiaomi has confirmed the release date of the new Redmi 6 series phones. As per the invite received from the brand, it’s September 5th. 

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