The Redmi Note 12 smartphone will be presented by Xiaomi in Paris on March 23rd. Trusting information leaks, his four devices are revealed: Redmi Note 12 (4G), Redmi Note 12 5G, Redmi Note 12 Pro and Redmi Note 12 Pro+.
The price of the smartphone in Europe has already been revealed after being posted on El Corte Inglés de España’s website. And that same site revealed that the Redmi Watch 3 will be unveiled at the event.
The most expensive model Redmi Note 12 Pro + costing €499.90, Xiaomi will give users the Redmi Watch 3 upon purchase. However, smartwatch prices have far exceeded expectations. €119.99.
Redmi Watch 3 highlights
Recall that this wearable was originally announced by Xiaomi in China at the end of December. Now is the time to see it reach the global market. It is a square form like Apple Watch.
It features a 1.75 inch AMOLED display with 600 nits maximum brightness, 200 watch faces and always-on features. It also features 121 sport modes and GPS to better monitor the race.
One of the most interesting details is the ability to answer and make calls via Bluetooth. This makes the product more attractive to consumers.
On March 22nd we will get to know the full characteristics of this wearable and what other products Xiaomi has prepared for the event.
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