And it seems the company is hungry for more. However, he has revealed that the company is working on a Redmi device with a 32-megapixel selfie camera.
Now, Redmi President took to Weibo asking users if the company should launch a smartphone featuring a 32 MP front-facing camera sensor. Now, it is being speculated that the upcoming Xiaomi Redmi Y3 will come with a 32MP selfie camera.
Although the previous render showcasing a pop-up camera is reportedly fake, it seems to have gotten one particular design detail right, namely the full-screen design.
If the company is indeed working on a device having 32 MP front-facing camera sensor, there's a possibility that the phone could be Redmi Y3, the successor of the Redmi Y2 launched past year.
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Except for the camera, last year's Redmi Y series smartphone offered a premium looking plastic build-quality with a dual primary camera setup and an 18:9 aspect ratio display.
Surprisingly, Lu Weibing, the VP of Redmi (owned by Xiaomi), made it clear that their flagship will not feature a pop-up selfie camera. It also comes in a 4GB RAM/64GB variant priced at ₹11,999. The 32-megapixel Samsung GD1 sensor is equipped with real-time HDR mode. While this successor to last year's Redmi Y2 is definitely coming to India, we do not have any timeline on the radar as the handset has not even been announced in China.
Recently, the Redmi Y3 was also spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance portal running Android Pie-based MIUI 10.
Hence, considering that the Redmi Y2 was backed by Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, we can expect to see Snapdragon 660 on the upcoming Redmi Y3.