Xiaomi has rolled out a new flagship smartphone called the Redmi Pro that is available in three different versions. The difference between the trio is price, RAM, and processor type. The entry-level version of the Redmi Pro uses a Helio X20 processor paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage with a price of RMB 1499.
The mid-range device sells for RMB 1699 and uses a Helio X25 processor, 3GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. The top of the line version uses a Helio X25 chip, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. Other than, the differences already mentioned the line has the same features. Those other features include a 13MP and 5MP dual rear camera with dynamic DSLR-quality bokeh.
All of the models share the same 5.5-inch OLED display with 100% NTSC color gamut coverage and a 60000:1 contrast ratio. Power comes from a 4050 mAh internal battery that doesn’t appear to be removable. The smartphone offers a front fingerprint scanner. Charging of the large battery is via a USB Type-c port. The internal storage is expandable via memory cards.
The body of the device is brushed metal with chamfered edges and 2.5D curved glass on the front. Xiaomi fits the smartphone with a hybrid SIM slot and support for VoLTE. The Helio X25 processor operates at up to 2.5GHz and is paired with a Mali-T880 GPU. The camera in the smartphone also has a dedicated Imagiq depth of field processor. Both the rear cameras snap images simultaneously. The 13MP unit uses a Sony IMX 258 sensor while the 5MP Samsung sensor is used to capture depth information. There is no word on availability just yet and it’s unclear what countries the smartphone will launch in.