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Redmi Note 12 Turbo specs confirmed, will feature 16GB RAM and 1TB storage


The Redmi Note 12 Turbo, the most powerful smartphone in the Note 12 lineup, is set to debut in China next week. The Chinese phone maker recently launched the other Redmi Note 12 series handsets in global markets, months after their introduction in China and India. Ahead of the launch of the Redmi Note 12 Turbo, the company has shared some of the main specs of the smartphone. It is confirmed to have an OLED display and will come with up to 1TB of storage.

In a series of posters shared on Weibo, Xiaomi teased the arrival of the Redmi Note 12 Turbo ahead of its March 28 debut. PWM) and HDR10+ support. Another poster shows the smartphone with a flat screen and a center-aligned punch-hole cutout to house the selfie camera.

The company previously revealed that the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 SoC, a mobile chipset recently unveiled by Qualcomm. Now, the company has shared RAM and storage details on the handset. The Redmi Note 12 Turbo will come equipped with up to 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of onboard storage, according to the company. However, it’s not immediately clear whether this includes the company’s feature that uses unused storage as additional virtual memory.

For images and videos, the smartphone features a triple rear camera setup, which includes a 6-megapixel primary camera. The handset will also come with NFC support which the company says will work with campus and transportation cards for ten colleges and universities across China.

Meanwhile, the Redmi Note 12 Turbo will pack a 5,000mAh battery which is claimed to offer “1.33 days” of battery life. The phone will be 7.9mm thick and weigh 181g, according to another teaser poster shared by the company ahead of the smartphone’s March 28 launch in China.


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