Xiaomi Redmi Pro Confirmed to Sport Deca-Core MediaTek Helio X25 SoC

Xiaomi Redmi Pro Confirmed to Sport Deca-Core MediaTek Helio X25 SoC
  • CEO Lei Jun confirmed the use of the deca-core SoC
  • The Redmi Pro will launch on July 27 in Beijing
  • It is teased to be the flagship of the Redmi lineup

Xiaomi has released a new teaser for the launch of its flagship Redmi smartphone on Wednesday next week, called Redmi Pro. The teaser confirms the smartphone will be powered by a deca-core MediaTek Helio X25.

Posted on Chinese social networking site Weibo by Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun, the teaser (seen below) plainly states the smartphone will sport a deca-core MediaTek Helio X25 SoC. In another post, he also revealed that the Redmi Pro is the flagship of the Redmi lineup.


To recall, Xiaomi had earlier this week confirmed the Redmi Pro smartphone will be launching at a July 27 event in Beijing, China.

The company went on to tease the presence of a deca-core SoC and Oled display on the Redmi Pro.

So far, not much else is known about the Redmi Pro smartphone - there have been rumours it sports a metal unibody design, dual rear cameras, 3GB or 4GB of RAM, and a fingerprint scanner on the home button.

In other Xiaomi news from this week, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun confirmed that the company had managed to ship 1.5 million units of the Mi Max (Review) phablet since its launch two months ago. The 1.5 million units shipped figure came from analyst Kevin Wang on Chinese social network Weibo, and his post reposted by Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun - pretty much confirming the credibility of the number. Wang added that similar large-sized smartphones in 2015 saw a maximum of 300,000 units being shipped - contrasting the wild popularity of the Mi Max.


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Abhinav Lal is News Editor at Gadgets 360 and has been tracking all things tech for over a decade now. He has written extensively on a range of topics including apps, gaming, mobiles, PCs, and Web services in his tech journalism career. Apart from editing news, he also works on reviews and features, while taking care of the product side of things at Gadgets 360. Write to him at abhinavl@ndtv.com or get in touch on Twitter. You will most likely find Abhinav editing stuff for Gadgets 360, ...More
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