Xiaomi is all set to deliver some changes in its popular Redmi brand. The company established a couple of days back that the brand was likely independent, much like Honor acts as a separate brand from Huawei. The major reason given by Lei Jun for this huge swap was allowing the two brands, Xiaomi, and Redmi to focus on their respective high-end and low-end segments. However this swap could bring few upgrades to the Redmi lineup, at least according to the comments from CEO Lei Jun.
Announced today, he posted a couple of comments on Weibo about the idea of Type-C ports on a Redmi smartphone. He asked his followers whether they would which include to look at Type-C port on Redmi telephones. He further more added that this would eventually increase the price of the phone. However, he failed to confirm whether the upcoming 48MP Redmi model will function this new USB usual. Given his sudden intrigues in this particular topic, extra before its release on January 10, it’s going that the phone swaps the old MicroUSB port for Type-C.
Despite upgrading the processors on recent Redmi telephones which include the Sd 636 in the Redmi Note 6 Pro or its predecessor, the inexpensive lineup has almost often used the traditional MicroUSB port. USB Type-C connectors first started appearing nearly three years ago. If you remember, the LeTV trio — Le Max, Le 1 Pro, and Le 1, were the first set of Android telephones to bring this reversible connector into the mainstream market back in 2015. At that time, we would have believed Type-C ports would become mainstream by the close of 2018. But unfortunately, there’s yet a lot of MicroUSB phone releases in the market. Even the new Zenfone Max Pro M2 options a MicroUSB 2.0 port, not to mention a bunch of mid-rangers from OPPO including the A7X still featuring this old port.
Alleged Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2
The upcoming Redmi cameraphone is established to come with a 48MP digital camera on board. Recent TENAA certifications further reveal a number of features about the smartphone, including its gradient design. You could read all about it from Below. An additional interesting rumor going about is that the Redmi brand might be headed by Gionee’s former president, Lu Weibing. A couple of days back, Xiaomi’s CEO Lei Jun revealed that Lu had joined the company however he failed to reveal his exact role. The timing of the announcement and the news When it comes Redmi heading independent can have led to Those theories. For presently, we don’t have any formal confirmation in this regard.