The Redmi Pro was an experiment by Xiaomi – it used a China-made OLED display and a dual-camera. Now its successor is on the horizon and a screen snap that shows its specs.
The Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2 drops the dual camera but its single digital eye on the back uses a better sensor with the 12MP Sony IMX 362. This is a 1/2.55” sensor with large 1.4µm pixels and Dual Pixel autofocus. That’s a good deal better than the 1µm pixels that the Mi Note and Mi Mix got.
Other changes include a larger battery 4,500mAh and a version with 6GB of RAM. That one is tied to 128GB of storage and will cost CNY 1,800 ($260/€245). The base version is 4GBRAM | 64GB internal storage and should be priced CNY 1,600 ($230/€220). For comparison, the original Redmi Pro with 128GB storage | 4GB of RAM of cost CNY 2,000.