Redmi New Flagship will use MTK Chipset

Since the release of Redmi K40 enhanced version of the game, the action of Redmi brand has been much smaller. During this period of time, only the entry model of the Redmi Note 10 series was launched, without all kinds of warm-up of Lu Weibing on Weibo every day, which made many fans not quite adapt to it.

However, according to the latest leaks, Redmi may be on the verge of a flagship performance model with a high value for money.

According to @digital chat station revealed today, there is a high cost performance model of Redmi, its engineering phone is equipped with 120Hz ultra high brush screen, the rear main camera is 64 million pixels, the body built-in 5000mAh battery, and support 67W flagship cable fast charge.

More important, it will also be equipped with MediaTek’s new generation of MT689X processor, which has previously been exposed. Previously, it has been reported that the chip will use TSMC 6nm process, the architecture is similar to Samsung’s Exynos 1080, which means it will use “1 + 3 + 4” scheme, and equipped with ARM Cortex A78, The GPU might be Mali G77.

It’s worth mentioning that the whistleblower has revealed that the chip has an Antutu score of over 600,000, which means its performance is on par with the current popular Snapdragon 870, providing a very strong performance guarantee.

According to the previous cooperation between Xiaomi and MediaTek, this mysterious new Redmi may also be the first model of MT689X processor. Redmi will also further lower its flagship performance through this phone, as well as the fast charging of the flagship and other specifications, and the final price is very worth looking forward to.

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Unfortunately, there’s no specific release date yet, so we’ll have to wait for the official announcement from Redmi.

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