The Redmi Go will be priced at €80 (approximately $92) in Europe, but it will not become available in the United States, at least there are no plans for such a release anytime soon.
In terms of camera, the phone comes with an 8-megapixel sensor on the back side along with LED flash and on the front side, there is a 5-megapixel camera for selfies and video calls.
The 3,000 mAh battery does seem to be a stand out feature for this affordable device.
The Snapdragon 675 chipset was announced by Qualcomm in September 2018 as an upgrade to the Snapdragon 670 SoC, is based on the 11nm fabrication process and has 6 efficiency cores and 2 performance cores. Today, the full spec sheet of both the phones leaked and the specifications are impressive, considering that both are going to be mid-range phones. The image shows what appears to be two different color options for the Redmi Go, Black or Blue.
Now, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun has dropped the biggest hint yet that the Redmi Note 7 Pro was in the works by asking Mi Fans what features they would like with the handset. However, the company has not yet announced whether or not it will be sold in the United States.
Xiaomi India has been teasing the coming of the Redmi Note 7 for quite some time now.
The announcement quickly caught the attention of the tech world since no other company had released a phone with that type of camera at such a low price.
Redmi Go will be released in more markets globally. The phone will become available in Europe in February, and the company also confirmed that the device will find its way to the Philippines, though the price tag for that country has not been confirmed just yet. Poco F1's 6GB RAM / 64GB storage, 6GB RAM / 128GB storage and 8GB RAM / 256GB storage versions are available at Rs 18,999, Rs 21,999 and Rs 25,999, respectively.