Redmi Note 12S and Redmi Note 12 Pro 4G render online ahead of launch
Xiaomi is ready to expand its Redmi Note 12 9 phone series with two new smartphones – Redmi Note 12 Pro 4G and Redmi Note 12S. The phones are expected to debut soon, but Xiaomi has yet to announce an official launch date. There are rumors about the specifications of Redmi Note 12S and Note 12 Pro 4G. And now, the expected design renders of two upcoming phones of the Redmi Note 12 series have been leaked ahead of their debut.
Judging by the details general On the Xiaomiui community page, the upcoming phones of the Redmi Note 12 series may look different than other models in the lineup. Redmi Note 12S has a flat bezel with curved corners. The back of the phone has been leaked to have a square camera module with three sensors and an LED flash. The power and volume buttons are shown on the right side of the phone, while the SIM card tray is shown on the left.
In addition, the Redmi Note 12S is likely to feature a center-aligned notch at the top and the bezels appear to be quite narrow. The report also reveals the color options of the smartphone – green, black and blue.
Similarly, the report also reveals the design of the Redmi Note 12 Pro 4G, which also features a flat frame, punch-hole display, and volume and power buttons on the right. However, the camera module seems to be smaller than the Redmi Note 12S. The renders show a rectangular camera module on the back with four camera sensors and an LED flash. The smartphone will most likely be available in black, white, blue and an updated blue.
Other than that, the report also suggests that the Redmi Note 12s will come with a 108MP primary rear camera and run MIUI 14 based on Android 13 out of the box. It will also likely support 67W charging.
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