Xiaomi has announced plans to release a new Redmi Note handset globally, billed as “the most powerful Redmi Note” to date. Currently, Xiaomi has only teased that the “ultimate is coming” on March 29, again via an online launch event. Like previous launch events, next week’s will begin at 12:00 UTC, listed as 8:00 PM in reference to China Standard Time.
While Xiaomi hasn’t teased specs for its ‘most powerful Redmi Note’, @_snoopytech_ claims it will be the Redmi Note 11 Pro+. Writing on Twitter, the leaker claims that the device will be available in 128GB and 256GB storage configurations. Moreover, this will be the Chinese version of the device, not the one Xiaomi released in India earlier this month.
Therefore, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ will land in Europe with a Dimensity 920 SoC, not the Snapdragon 695. For reference, Xiaomi is selling the Indian Redmi Note 11 Pro+ as the Redmi Note 11 Pro in Europe. Reportedly, the Dimensity 920-backed model will retail for €449 or €499 for the 256GB version. Currently, it’s unclear what RAM configurations Xiaomi will offer; it only sells 6GB and 8GB models in China.
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