Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Lineup Will Support Dedicated Gaming Accessories
Chinese conglomerate, Xiaomi is bracing for the launch of Redmi Note 8 smartphone lineup which will be unveiled on the 29th of August. As the launch date of the handsets near, the company keeps on sharing more details about them.
According to a fresh teaser, the upcoming Redmi Note 8 smartphones will have exclusive gaming accessories including a gamepad with a joystick. Moreover, it has been revealed that the devices will have a liquid cooling system which will keep the temperatures under check during intensive gaming.
The teaser shared by the company reveals that the liquid cooling system is capable of reducing temperatures as much as 6-degree C which is a considerable difference.
Besides, the company had previously shared a bar graph that compares the Antutu benchmark of three mid-range chipsets which include the MediaTek Helio G90T, Huawei Kirin 810 and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710. For readers who are unaware, the upcoming Redmi Note 8 smartphones will be equipped with the Helio G90T chipset.
The chart reveals that the SoC found in Xiaomi’s offering registers a significantly higher score than the SD710 which is present on devices like the Realme X (a competitor of the Redmi Note 8). However, the G90T scores a slightly lower score than the Kirin 810 which is found on the Huawei 9x and 9X Pro.
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According to past reports and leaks, the specifications of the Redmi Note 8 Pro will be as follows:
- Display: 6.3 inch IPS LCD, Waterdrop Notch
- Design: Front Glass, Rear Glass
- Storage Variants: 6 GB + 64 GB, 6 GB + 128 GB, 8 GB + 128 GB
- Battery: 5,000 mAh, 18 W Fast Charging
- Chipset: Helio G90T
- Read Camera: Quad Sensor (64 MP Primary Sensor)
- Biometric Security: Rear Mounted Fingerprint Sensor
In order to learn the official specs and price of the Redmi Note 8 lineup, we will have to wait for the official announcement. As previously mentioned, the handsets will be unveiled on the 29th of August in China.