Note 7 Upcoming Redmi telephone could feature Type-C, hints Lei Jun
Xiaomi is all set to make some changes in its prominent Redmi mark. The company confirmed a couple of days back that the brand was going autonomous, much like Honor acts as a different brand from Huawei. The essential reason given by Lei Jun for this enormous change was allowing the two brands, Xiaomi, and Redmi to focus on their respective top of the line and low-end sections. Be that as it may, this change may convey some moves up to the Redmi lineup, in any event according to the comments from CEO Lei Jun.
Note 7 Upcoming Redmi telephone
Prior today, he posted a couple of comments on Weibo about Type-C ports on a Redmi cell phone. He asked his adherents whether they might want to see Type-C port on Redmi telephones. He further included this would eventually increase the cost of the cell phone. In any case, he neglected to confirm whether the upcoming 48MP Redmi model will feature this new USB standard. Given his sudden enthusiasm for this particular topic, especially before its launch on January 10, all things considered, the telephone swaps the old MicroUSB port for Type-C. el
Regardless of overhauling the processors on recent Redmi cell phones like the Snapdragon 636 in the Redmi Note 6 Pro or its predecessor, the minimal effort lineup has quite often utilized the conventional MicroUSB port. USB Type-C connectors previously begun showing up almost three years prior. On the off chance that you recall, the LeTV trio — Le Max, Le 1 Pro, and Le 1, were the principal set of Android cell phones to carry this reversible connector into the standard market back in 2015. Around then, we would have thought Type-C ports would become standard before the finish of 2018. Be that as it may, sadly, there's still a ton of MicroUSB cell phone discharges in the market. Indeed, even the new Zenfone Max Pro M2 features a MicroUSB 2.0 port, also a bunch of mid-officers from OPPO like the A7X as yet including this old port.
The upcoming Redmi cell phone is confirmed to come with a 48MP camera on board. Recent TENAA certifications further uncover a couple of features about the telephone, including its angle structure. You can peruse all about it from here. Another fascinating gossip going around is that the Redmi brand could be going by Gionee's previous president, Lu Weibing. A couple of days back, Xiaomi's CEO Lei Jun uncovered that Lu had joined the company yet he neglected to uncover his exact job. The planning of the announcement and the news about Redmi going free could have prompted these speculations. Until further notice, we don't have any official confirmation in such manner.