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Redmi Note 8 to pack a quad camera setup

Smartphones keep popping up, like mushrooms after the rain. Even though Xiaomi brand Redmi already delivered a pretty impressive Note device this year, in only a few days, on August 29, it will unveil yet another smartphone, the Redmi Note 8, and it will be even more powerful than the previously mentioned model. The new handset will reportedly sport a quad-camera setup on the back, one of the lenses being a 64MP one. The Note 7 featured a 48MP lens, so the improvement is quite obvious. Xiaomi recently reported that the Redmi Note 7 was a success, as the company sold more than 20 million units since its release. Given the fact that the Note 8 will be even more impressive, we might see the new model become just as popular soon.

Besides the base Redmi Note 8, the company will also launch the Redmi Note 8 Pro on August 29. Unfortunately, we don’t know too much about the upcoming handsets, but it’s quite clear from the event’s poster that at least one of them will sport a quad-camera setup on the back. To be more exact, there will be three sensors placed one above the other, all of them placed above the fingerprint sensor, and a fourth sensor paired with the flashlight will be sitting on the side of the aforementioned setup. There is no clear info regarding the quality or the type of the cameras, besides the 64MP sensor. One of the sensors might be a wide-angle one, and another could be a telephoto or a macro sensor. 12MP or 16MP lenses would make sense, but there is no official info regarding this matter yet.

Rumor has it that the Redmi Note 8 series smartphones won’t be the only ones to launch on August 29. According to some, we should expect a budget-friendly Redmi device too, most likely the Redmi 8. According to rumors, this model will feature a huge, 5,000mAh battery, up to 4GB of RAM, 64GB internal storage, and a dual primary camera setup.

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