Xiaomi has announced the new Redmi Note 6 Pro in Thailand at an affordable price yet providing a lot of features, including dual cameras, a fast new mobile platform, solid battery life and bigger display
Xiaomi said in a press statement that the new smartphone’s specifications make it the ideal device for intrepid travelers looking to achieve the perfect selfie.
John Chen, Regional Director, Xiaomi Technology (Southeast Asia), said: “Following on from the success of the previous edition, the new, upgraded Redmi Note 6 Pro is unrivalled for professional-level and creative selfies. Its ultimate selfie setup, coupled with its AI features and a super-long battery life, make the Redmi Note 6 Pro the go-to affordable choice for all avid selfie photographers, whatever their gender, their age, wherever they are, and whatever they do.”
Redmi Note 6 Pro will come in black, blue and rose gold, 4GB+64GB for Bt6,990. The new phone will hit shelves at 2 p.m. on Lazada and at 12:30 p.m. at Thailand Mobile Expo on Sep 2018.
Redmi Note 6 Pro’s full screen display delivers stunning visuals whether you’re watching videos or playing games. It measures 6.26 inches diagonally with a FHD+ resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels, the 500-nit maximum brightness and 1500:1 contrast ratio. The LCD screen is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass with 2.5D curved corners for added peace of mind.
Redmi Note 6 Pro is powered by Qualcomm SnapdragonTM 636 SoC that is built using a 14nm process. Users will experience fast performance whether they are editing a large spreadsheet or playing performance-intensive games, thanks to the SoC’s Qualcomm® KryoTM 260 cores, 1.8GHz maximum clock speed, and the Qualcomm® AdrenoTM 509 GPU.
Redmi Note 6 Pro sports a large 4000mAh battery that provides more than a day of use on a single charge. Together with MIUI’s battery optimization capabilities, you don’t have to worry about charging your phone in the middle of the day for a selfie session.
Redmi Note 6 Pro also offers 3.5mm audio connector, IR blaster and AI face unlock for great user experience.
Republished with permission from The Nation