A few months ago, Xiaomi pulled off one of its best-seller, the Redmi Pro from its website. Back then, it was believed that the company was gearing-up to launch a successor to it, but unluckily it got too long to happen. Yes, today the alleged successor, the Redmi Pro 2 appeared on the official website, mi.com, revealing a few details, i.e. OLED display, Snapdragon 660 and ¥ 1199 ($174) price tag.
Unfortunately, the page was removed from the site quickly, yet some eagle-eyed folks have grabbed a snapshot of it, before it was taken away from the site. Still, the picture of the phone is missing, though the people managed to take the screenshot immediately.
As per the listing, the Redmi Pro 2 is expected to sport a 5.5-inch OLED display, just like its predecessor; 4100 mAh battery; and to be equipped with Snapdragon 660 processor.
In terms of camera capability, the phone features a dual rear camera with two 16MP sensors, which is wildly an upgrade from the dual 13MP sensors of the previous launch, in the series. Well, it is noteworthy to remind that the previous rumors about the new phone, threw statements that the Redmi Pro 2 won’t feature dual cameras.
For pricing, the listing had it that the phone will be sold for ¥1199 ($174). We could say that the price is not too high for a phone featuring OLED display and dual rear camera. The memory configuration is not stated, but it is believed that it might come with a 2GB of RAM.
Last year’s priced at ¥1499 ($217) for a 3GB +32GB model with a Helio X20 SoC; ¥1999 ($290) for 4GB + 128GB model; and ¥1699 ($246) for 3GB+64GB model with a Helio X25 processor.
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