Redmi X first impression is power by Snapdragon 855 chipset, Xiaomi Redmi X smartphone will be officially unveiled in China on February 15. Xiaomi Redmi X specs, it may features 6.3-inch HD + display, with 1080 x 720 pixels of screen resolution and runs on Android 9.0 Pie operating system. Believe me it will equipped with triple rear cameras with single front facing camera for selfie along with notch screen.
The news comes as a teaser which break out Xiaomi Redmi X first impression and with the date February 15 stamped at the bottom. The teaser hasn’t released through an official channel yet, we said that because the teaser reveals that the phone will employ an in-display fingerprint scanner for the first time in a Redmi series.
Redmi X Complete Specifications
Talking about the Redmi X complete specifications, it will powered by Snapdragon 855 chipset with an Octa-core processor and the device is equipped with powerful GPU to run games faster than any other Android phones. Other reports also suggest that the Xiaomi X could be a codename for the Pro version of the Redmi Note 7 which is expected to debut with a Snapdragon 675 processor and the 48MP camera as found on its standard version.
For the Redmi X complete specifications, it will debut better camera lenses just like the Note 7 and the device will power by 4,000mAh battery as the case may be. Running on the device is Android 9.0 Pie out of the box, it may come with 4GB/6GB RAM paired with 64GB/128GB but the information about the full specification is not yet confirmed.
Xiaomi Redmi X Price
The first impression of Redmi is the series under which Xiaomi sells its budget smartphones, we can expect the Redmi X price to be a cheaper affair as well. If that’s true, Xiaomi will mark a serious impact in the budget game as an in-display fingerprint scanner has not been made available on a budget phone yet.
The cheapest smartphone with an in-display fingerprint sensor will probably be the Vivo V11 Pro in India as the device sells at Rs 25,990. With the phone, we can expect the in-display technology to go cheaper as Xiaomi looks to broaden the usability of such a fingerprint scanner. If the device will provides an in-display fingerprint scanner, we can expect the device to be available for around or lesser than the price at which Xiaomi sells its Poco F1.