Yesterday various home products were presented Xiaomi / redmi, including the RedmiBook 14 ”Enhanced Edition,which boasts an Intel 10 generation, and the first Redmi TV from ben 70 ". But the most awaited and followed product of yesterday was certainly the last device presented by the Chinese sub-brand, or the Redmi Note 8 and its enhanced version Notes redmi 8 Pro. The latter was the object of much criticism because it was the bearer of a MediaTek processor: in spite of the excellent quality of the same one, we didn't talk about it very well but to draw conclusions we await the next reviews; always with regard to the Pro version there is a novelty: will have the Global version but with a little delay, as there are gods "Problems" at the level of certifications and tests.
Redmi Note 8 Pro will have the Global version but with a little delay
Not one, but well two confirmations they tell us that the first gaming Redmi will delay its arrival for the global market: the first we got it from Lu Weibing, the general manager of the brand who, during his presentation yesterday he confided that they are working for the launch in India (which as we know is equivalent to availability of the global version) but that the fans will have to wait at least 2-3 months. So unlike what happened with the Redmi Note 7 series smartphones that were presented in China in January and landed in Europe the following month the eighth generation has to wait a little and with them also interested users.
The second confirmation we got from a post by Manu Kumar Jain on Twitter, through which it informs us that for situations due to certification and product testing, the latter will be ready between well 8 weeks, a period that does not differ much from what was communicated by Lu Weibing.
We'll do our best to bring them to India asap! However, certification & testing might take ~ 8 weeks. Will keep you posted.
- #MiFan Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) August 29, 2019
However, the specific reasons behind this delay are not specific: everything is due to certification problems, but what is it referring to? Probably, but it is only a hypothesis, could be related to the presence of the new MediaTek G90T processor: being a chipset never assembled and for the first time destined for a market outside China, with some probability it needs more time to pass certain "exams". In any case, stay tuned, we will keep you updated on the Redmi Note 8 Pro Global.