- The Redmi Note 12 lineup is expected to get a couple of new entrants in the next few weeks
- Xiaomi is also expected to reveal the Redmi Note 12 Turbo soon
- The Redmi Note 12 Pro 4G appears to carry the same feature set as the Redmi Note 10 Pro
Xiaomi appears to be on a roll as of late, with the manufacturer launching the Redmi Note 12, while the Redmi 12C is also on its way, and the Redmi Note 12 4G is expected to arrive on March 30. A new leak is now giving us a detailed look at the company’s two upcoming devices — the Redmi Note 12S and the Redmi Note 12 Pro 4G.
Coming via XiaomiUI, these renders detail the two phones in all their glory. Succeeding the Redmi Note 11S, the Redmi Note 12S will feature a familiar design, with most of the changes occurring internally.
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Redmi Note 12S specifications
The smartphone is likely to retain the 6.43-inch AMOLED panel from the last-gen variant, with the punch-hole camera also making a comeback. MIUI reports the presence of a 108-megapixel primary camera, backed by two other sensors of unknown resolution.
However, the publication mentions that the 2-megapixel depth sensor from the last-gen model won’t appear on the Redmi Note 12S. There’s also likely to be support for 67W fast wired charging, though the battery capacity remains under wraps at the moment. The phone should be available in colours like Blue, Black, and Green, based on the renders below.
Redmi Note 12 Pro 4G specifications
Bearing the codename “sweet_k6a_global,” this phone appears to be a rebadged variant of the Redmi Note 10 Pro, barring a few design changes consistent with the Redmi Note 12 lineup, as MIUI points out.
We can also see the punch-hole selfie camera from the renders, while the rear camera retains the same quad-camera layout as the Redmi Note 10 Pro. The Redmi Note 12 Pro 4G should be available in colours like Black, Blue, and White.
Based on the renders leaking out already, we assume the launch isn’t far away. Unfortunately, there isn’t a date to mark on our calendars just yet, though that could change in the near future.