Redmi Note 12 could have a 50MP main camera and 120W fast charging, according to rumors.

One of the most popular products from the Chinese company Xiaomi is the Redmi Note series. The Redmi Note 12 could be the next version of the Redmi Note line. It could come out in China later this year or early next year. A well-known tipster has now given hints about the Redmi Note 12’s camera and how it will charge. Follow hitsbuddy for latest news.

The Redmi Note 12 will have a 50-megapixel main camera with a wide-angle lens and 120W fast charging, according to a report that quotes a trusted source, Digital Chat Station. The source also said that the smartphone will have a similar rectangular shape with squared corners and a flat screen and will come with a charger. The report also hints at the Redmi Note 12 with a 2-megapixel macro lens and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle shooter. The information only talks about the version of the phone sold in China, but the Redmi Note 12 sold in other countries will likely have similar specs.

Redmi Note 12 Specification

The Xiaomi 11i Hypercharge 5G, sold in India, was Xiaomi’s first mid-range phone with 120W fast charging. The next version, the Redmi Note 12, is said to improve on this. The report says that the Redmi Note 12 will be able to charge from 0% to 100% in 20 minutes, just like the Xiaomi 12 Pro, the brand’s flagship product.

Earlier, Redmi product manager Lu Weibing said that the Redmi Note series will be updated every six months and marketed as “small flagships for performance” and “small flagships for experience.” Weibing also posted a teaser for launching a new Redmi Note series phone in China on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo.

Earlier reports said that the Redmi Note 12 could come with a MediaTek Dimensity chip in the second half of this year. This would be in addition to the triple camera setup and 120W fast charging. In an ECC certification listing last month, two Redmi phones with model numbers 22101316UG and 22101316UGG were found. The “G” is thought to stand for “global variant.”

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