Now, the company has brought in another piece of missing puzzle and that is – the Redmi Note 8 will feature a 48 megapixels quad-camera setup on it’s rear chassis. This was officially confirmed via an official teaser disseminated on Chinese Weibo.
Seen from the teaser, the Redmi Note 8 also sports a different design language from it’s Pro sibling as we could see that it’s camera module has been shifted to the top-left corner instead. On it’s back panel, there remains a centralized fingerprint sensor towards the top-halve of the device.
This design is exactly similar to the recent Redmi smartphone which had been certified by the FCC. If that’s the case, then the Redmi Note 8 will be maintaining a waterdrop-notch design on it’s front panel.
Besides revealing a couple of the device’s live images, the FCC’s listing also shows two different memory configurations with 3GB+32GB and 4GB+64GB respectively.
What remains a mystery now is whether the Redmi Note 8 will arrive with some interesting gaming-centric features including the liquid-cooling system which could be found in the Note 8 Pro.
As a quick recap, we’re just three days away from the Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro’s official unveiling which will be held in China on August 29th.