Redmi Note 8T Alleged Renders Surfaced Online Revealing the Overall Design


Xiaomi has recently launched the Redmi Note 8 and the Redmi Note 8 Pro in India which are currently on sale. But it looks like, these phones are not lone from the Redmi Note 8 series. A new leak suggests a new phone from the Redmi Note 8 series called the Redmi Note 8T. Fresh renders of Redmi Note 8T have been leaked online showing the overall design of the phone.

If we talk about the physical overview of the Redmi Note 8T smartphone, it is very identical to that of other phones in the Redmi Note 8 series. Moreover, the specifications are also expected to be the same, refuting a previous report that indicated that Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor will be integrated into the Redmi Note 8T. The upcoming smartphone will, however, include NFC support that is missing from the Redmi Note 8.

Tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore has published the alleged renders of the Redmi Note 8T, placing them right next to the Redmi Note 8 to show the similarities. Based on the leaks, the Redmi Note 8T has a very similar design to that of Redmi Note 8. However, there are some changes to the finish of the body.

The Redmi Note 8T is seen sporting a quad-camera setup and a rear fingerprint sensor. Last month, tipster Mukul Sharma had tweeted that the Redmi Note 8T will come powered by the Snapdragon 730G SoC. Ambhore contradicts these claims and says that all specifications will be the same, and the only difference will be the addition of NFC support.

For now, Xiaomi is yet to reveal official details about the Redmi Note 8T. Considering India is an important market for Xiaomi we believe if the Redmi Note 8T officially launches it will definitely make its way to the Indian market.

As of now, the Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8 Pro are currently on sale in India via Amazon and There is no word on when the Redmi Note 8T will launch in India. It should be priced similar to the Redmi Note 8 range, starting at Rs. 9,999, whenever it launches.

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