The new Redmi Note 8 Pro throws an impressive score on AnTuTu

by Kelvin
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We have all seen that Xiaomi has given much to talk about in recent weeks thanks to its Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8 Pro. Without a doubt, both phones have everything they need to compete with the other mid-range market. In addition, it has been revealed that the Redmi Note 8 throws an impressive score on AnTuTu.

The CEO of Redmi, through his official Weibo account, uploaded an image that shows the power of Redmi Note 8 Pro. According to AnTuTu, the best reference for how mobile performance is, we are facing a really impressive smartphone.


The Redmi Note 8 Pro stands out on AnTuTu

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In case you didn't know, the Redmi Note 8 Pro will use the new Mediatek Helio G90T processor. Thanks to this powerful chipset, the smartphone will have comparable performance with the Xiaomi Mi 9T. That is, this could become one of the most powerful mid-range mobiles of the year.

The published image reveals that the Helio G90T of the Network Note 8 Pro will have a better performance than phones that mount a Snapdragon 710. Its AnTuTu score places it very close to the Kirin 810 and the Snapdragon 730. Without a doubt, the popular Chinese brand is using an excellent performance processor without spending a fortune.

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Although the processor has been revealed, some of the other features that Redmi will have are still unknown Note 8 Pro. As if that were not enough, this mobile it will also have a 64 MP camera. In short, it will have everything that an Android user needs for their daily work and will arrive with enough power to run heavy games.

And you, Are you going to want a redmi Note 8 Pro?

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