Xiaomi introduces Redmi Note 8 Pro in M’sia; great phone without breaking the bank
Looking for a new phone that doesn’t hurt your budget? You might want to take a peek at this.
Xiaomi recently announced the Redmi Note 8 Pro – its first-ever 64MP camera smartphone that is perfect for gamers and mobile photographers.
Powered by an octa-core CPU, the latest MediaTek processors and 6GB RAM, the Note 8 Pro can handle graphic-intensive games without breaking a sweat.
With this phone, you can play popular games like PUBG or Mobile Legends with your friends on the fly without worrying about the phone slowing down.
With a quad-camera setup, you would also be able to take stunning photos with that 64MP camera, either its a landscape, your cat, that delicious food that you’re having for lunch or even yourself.
It also has the highest battery capacity (4,500mAH) on a Note which should last you all day long and it is priced from RM1099.
If you’re on an even tighter budget, the company also announced the Redmi Note 8 starting from RM599 which comes with high-end specifications and premium design.
The device will come in three color variants.
To complement the new devices Xiaomi also launched three brand new audio products: Mi True Wireless Earbuds, Mi True Wireless Earbuds Basic and Mi True Wireless Earphones.
“The series illustrates perfectly our philosophy of providing the latest technology for everyone at very attractive prices because we believe that everyone, regardless of their background, deserves to enjoy the latest technology. This has been in our DNA from day one.â€
Xiaomi Country Manager of Malaysia & Singapore Allen An
If you’re going to change to a brand spanking new phone that doesn’t hurt your wallet, these models are worth a look.
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Unkempt in both stories and appearance, Hakim loves tech but tech left him on read, previously he used to write about tall buildings and unoccupied spaces that he can't afford, and legend has it that he still can't afford it to this day