Xiaomi to soon launch new high-performance phones with 512GB storage

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Xiaomi is to soon launch new high-performance smartphones. The company’s future product announcements are very intriguing and we believe the company will be launching high-performance smartphones this year. With sizes of pictures, applications, videos, and more, growing over the years, brands had started offering larger storage options for their smartphones. Now, a new report has revealed that Xiaomi plans on launching multiple new handset models that come with high storage options.

Xiaomi to soon launch new high-performance phones with 512GB storage

The storage offered by a smartphone has a lot to do with how long it will last. Although many people are unwilling to exchange their current smartphones, the new models come with bigger batteries and bigger storage capacity.

Nowadays, when you buy a smartphone, one considers the storage provided by the company to be important. Therefore, it seems that the Chinese tech giant is planning to offer the latest high-end options from its sub-products Redmi and other mid-range offers in the near future. According to known tipster Digital Chat Station, the brand’s smartphones will arrive with 512GB of internal storage.

Specifically, this option will outperform some of its premium offerings at this time. Leading Tipster shared it on Weibo (a Chinese microblogging website) and also stated that the brand intends to announce more than one high-performance smartphone with 512 GB storage. It claims that these upcoming models are very close, so we can expect to see the level of a teaser or other reports/rumors soon.

Interestingly, he said that at least one of these new devices will have 8 GB of RAM so that it can run with high storage option. So far, Xiaomi has launched the first Redmi K50 Pro with 512GB storage. However, this configuration includes 12 GB of RAM. Therefore, it could be part of the next generation K series model or completely another series. We have no way of knowing at this time, so stay tuned for more updates on this issue.

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