When MediaTek introduced its high-end mobile platform Dimensity 1000+, many media hurried to speculate that Xiaomi would be the first company to launch a smartphone with a power supply. Instead, the China-based first-tier manufacturer started advertising another handset equipped with the dimension chip. But this time it will be the Dimensity 820. However, there are fairly reliable rumors that Redmi will fix this in the near future. This company is reportedly working on a high-end smartphone that comes with either the Snapdragon 865 chip or the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ SoC. The so-called Redmi H or the Redmi Note 10 should have the latter variant and make the iQOO Z1 a tough competitor. By the way, OPPO and VIVO should come later with their own representatives.
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Industry insiders report that Redmi will bring new cell phones. You should have both a high refresh rate and 5G support. However, we have no specific information yet about which series they will belong to. Given that the Note line is the most well-known among its offerings, there is every reason to believe that the Redmi Note 10 is a good option.
Redmi Note 10 or Mi MIX 4?
Apart from that, a popular digital chat station with Weibo tipsters also spoke about a Redmi smartphone with the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ chipset. According to its source, the phone should come on the market in the third quarter of 2020. He even mentioned the presence of a display with a refresh rate of 144 Hz.
But if these rumors are not 100% accurate, a smartphone with a high refresh rate and / or a Dimensity 1000+ / Snapdragon 865 handset may come from Xiaomi and not by Redmi. We think Xiaomi is preparing the Mi MIX 4 for release this summer. It comes with a 120K punch display with 2K resolution. So there is a possibility that the Mi MIX 4 has one of the specifications mentioned. However, it is not excluded that Redmi will not be releasing the same smartphone under a different name.
On the other hand, the Redmi Note 10 is also under construction and could come by the end of this year. And who can say that the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ SoC is not hosted under the hood?