The Redmi Note 5 series was one of the Xiaomi's best selling devices not only in China but also in India and other international markets. Now, it is all set to bring the successor dubbed as the Redmi Note 6 along with the top-end Pro series.
Xiaomi phone (model number: M1806E7TG) understood to be the Redmi Note 6 Pro has been spotted on Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website revealing that the device will support dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth LE, LTE, WCDMA, CDMA, and GSM, reported 91 Mobiles.
The website also showed that Redmi Note 6 series runs MIUI 9, not the latest MIUI 10. We believe the device might get the update soon after the release. It can be noted that Xiaomi is currently testing the MIUI 10 on select devices and is slated to release it in phases to Redmi and Mi series only in September.
Nevertheless, the aforementioned device confirms the existence of the Redmi Note 6 series and it might probably see the light of the day in coming weeks. If we go by previous launch pattern, it is likely that the device will be initially available in China and will later be rolled out in India other regions.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 series: What we know so far
As per the latest reports, the Redmi Note 5 successor will come in two models—a generic Redmi Note 6 and a top-end Redmi Note 6 Pro—with same design language having dual-camera on the back and also iPhone X-like notch on the front display panel, but differ in internal hardware.
The Redmi Note 6 Pro is expected boats 5.45-inch full HD+ LCD screen with 19:9 aspect ratio, Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered front camera on top and come in several RAM+ storage configurations--3GB/4GB/6GB RAM and 32GB/64GB/128GB storage—, 12MP dual camera on the back and a 4,000mAh battery.
As far as the Redmi Note 6 is concerned, the specifications details are scarce right now. But, it will come with watered-down features in terms of processor and camera compared to the Pro series.