For years, we got used to seeing the Redmi brand models To be accurate (Xiaomi) come to stores without chips NFC (Near-Field Communication) - the same components תקשורת Which allow you to make payments using your smartphone without a wallet or credit card (at least where there is support for all), transfer information on a short link to various devices, and independently charge the multi-line card for public transport travel.
To our delight, the Redmi Note 8 Pro changed design and also brought the much-awaited support withNFC For the first time in the series - and it seems that its model brother will also be upgraded with the ability, as part of a slightly updated model that will meet the name Redmi Note 8T.
chip NFC It is definitely an important improvement for the Redmi Note 8, which is gaining popularity in the Israeli market at a rapid pace - but is this a justifiable reason to launch another new version? Or are there other upgrades here that have yet to be revealed?
First pictures on the net show us the future Redmi Note 8T in its official package, including the familiar on-screen plastic sticker that confirms that it is a device with a square rear photo array that includes a 48 megapixel main sensor, 4,000mAh battery with fast 18 watt charging, screen 6.3 inches with Gorilla Glass 5 cladding on top (and also on the back) - everything is like in the Redmi Note 8, including the exterior design and reporting the use of an octagonal Snapdragon 665 chip. The difference is the addition of chip NFC, As it gives it a spoken sticker.
We do not know whether this model has any surprises and advantages over its twin brother introduced only a few weeks ago, but according to the source of the leak, the recommended price in European countries will be about 200 euros for a version with 64GB for storage and 4GB of memory Dynamic.
Redmi Note 8T may be limited in launch to certain countries, including media support NFC Great significance - and if this is indeed the case, we will keep our fingers crossed that we will see it in Israel as well, and at a price as close as possible to that (very competitive) of the regular Redmi Note 8.