Two models of Xiaomi’s expected Redmi Pro flagship phone has been spotted on China’s telecoms regulatory agency TENAA’s website. The two models which just got certified are noticeably sporting varying features. While one of the models looks like a low end model, the other one packs high-end device features. The difference in both models is in the aspect of the type of processor and memory (both RAM and ROM) sizes they feature.
According to the TENAA document, the low-end / standard version features a 2.0GHz deca-core Helio X20 processor from MediaTek alongside 3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM. On the other hand, the high-end version sports a faster 2.5GHz deca-core Helio X25 chipset together with a 3GB + 64GB ROM variant and a 4GB + 128GB ROM variant.
In other specifications, both models are listed to feature 13MP dual cameras at the back and 5MP front-facing cameras. The two Redmi Pro models equally sports the same 5.5-inch display with 1080p resolution, feature the same dimensions of 151.5 x 76 x 8.15mm and both cram a 4,000mAh battery under their hoods. Although the display type isn’t stated, Xiaomi had earlier on hinted that the Redmi Pro will be its first phone to feature OLED display.
Obviously, both versions are expected to be unveiled on July 27, and would definitely feature different price tags. The low-end version is likely to get a price tag in the range of 1099 yuan ($165) or even lower.
Stay tuned to gizmochina for the event updates later today.