Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 11 series in India earlier this year. The company has launched multiple phones in the Note 11 lineup, with the Note 11 SE being the most recent offering. The Note 11 series jumped up the price ladder, with the Note 11 Pro Plus 5G breaching the Rs 20,000 price point. It has been a while since the Note 11 series launched and Redmi is due to refresh its mid-range smartphone series. The Redmi Note 12 series will launch soon. The company is expected to launch the Note 12 in China later this year, followed by a global launch in early 2023.
There is no official word from the brand regarding the launch of the upcoming Note 12 series. Meanwhile, a new report has revealed the Redmi Note 12 specifications months ahead of its launch. Let’s take a look at the Redmi Note 12 specifications, features and other details known so far.
Redmi Note 12 Specifications
Redmi Note 12 could get some major upgrades in the camera and fast charging department. The phone is said to feature a new ultrawide camera. The piece of information comes from Digital Chat Station (via), who claimed that the Note 12 series will get a 50MP ultrawide camera sensor. The tipster also revealed that the phone will offer support for 120W fast charging support. Xiaomi plans to offer the 120W fast charger in the box. It is unknown which particular smartphone in the series will feature the specs but it would be safe to assume that the Pro series are the likely contenders.
Digital Chat Station further claimed that the Note 12 series will sport the same flat frame design with squared edges. The screen will continue to remain flat. These specifications and details are mainly of the Chinese variant and it would be interesting to see if Redmi brings the same variant to the global market by maintaining its aggressive pricing strategy.
The vanilla Note 12 is also said to feature a 2MP macro camera and an 8MP ultrawide sensor. Other details of the phones remain unknown at the moment. Xiaomi might unveil the Note 12 series in October or November 2022 in China, followed by a global launch in February or March 2023.