After Redmi Note 7, Xiaomi will launch the Pro version upgraded with Snapdragon processor 675.
According to Chinese experts, Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro will soon be released with almost unchanged design compared to the original version. The first difference from the processor chip has been upgraded from Snapdragon 660 to Snapdragon 675. This is a very new SoC model from Qualcomm manufactured on the 11nm process, promising to deliver even more processing power than the SoC model. 710, however, there are two characteristics that are simplified: GPU clock speed and slightly worse ISP image decoder.
Next, Redmi Note 7 Pro will still have the main camera up to 48MP resolution but this time the image sensor will be Sony IMX586 instead of ISOCELL Bright GM1 of Samsung. So far, sensors of Japanese electronics firms are always superior to other manufacturers, so this may be the point that makes many differences between the Pro version and the standard version.
Furthermore, there is support for Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4+ technology and the ability to capture Ultra-HD (4K at 30fps) videos with Motion Compensated Temporal Filtering and HD (720p) video recording at 480fps.
As expected, Redmi Note 7 Pro will still have many configuration versions (RAM / internal memory) and the corresponding price will range from 205 USD to 220 USD (PKR 28000 ~ 32000).