Redmi X with Snapdragon 855 and Pop-up Selfie camera exposed in a Leaked Photo


Xiaomi is on its way to bring its latest flagship phone in its Redmi series. As we have seen in the last week that the company itself teased a video of its latest Redmi flagship phone on Weibo revealing a FullView display along with a pop-up selfie camera concept. Now a new leaked photo on Weibo shows this latest flagship smartphone as Redmi X.

This leaked photo completely reveals the design of the smartphone. As from the leaked image, we come to know that the Redmi X will feature a triple rear camera setup which is aligned at the top-left corner of the back panel. It looks like the design of the Redmi X is somehow inspired by the Mi 9 and Mi 9 SE smartphones, as the back of this phone resembles to these phone models.

According to some sources, the Redmi X is expected to be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 or the beast Snapdragon 855 SoC. However, these specifications are not confirmed yet by the company itself and so, the final output may come out with different processor.

One of the biggest change in the Redmi X is considered to be its Pop-up selfie camera design due to which the latest flagship is able to bear a FullView display on the front. However, as I mentioned above, this camera feature has already been teased by the company itself. So, we can consider this change to be constant for the final result.

As of now, only this much of details have been available to us but we may have some more clearance on this phone in the coming days. Till then share your thought with us. How well you liked the design of Redmi X?

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