Redmi Watch 3, Band 2, and Buds 4 Lite are launching, along With Remi Note 12 Pro speed powered by the snapdragon 778G

Redmi, a brand owned by Xiaomi but run semi-independently in China, is gearing up for an enormous event that will take place tomorrow. The flagship smartphone series Redmi K60 is coming out, and we know that it will have at least two very different styles. One of the designs will have a back made of blue vegan leather, and the other will be created to seem like carbon.

We are also anticipating the release of a slew of new products, such as the Redmi Watch 3, the Redmi Band 2, and new TWS headphones called the Redmi Buds 4 Lite. Among these new wearables are the Redmi Watch 3 and the Redmi Band 2.

On top of that, we anticipate the release of an altogether new smartphone called the Redmi Note 12 Pro Speed, which will have a new CPU, camera, and appearance, as well as a Mint Green color option.

The screen on the Redmi K60 will have a resolution known as “2K,” which is equivalent to 1220p and is the step in between QHD and Full HD. The Xiaomi brand built an artificial intelligence algorithm that, over time, figures out how to deliver the greatest possible auto brightness. The images also show that the panel will be flat, but it is unknown at this time if this pertains to the Redmi K60, the Redmi K60 Pro, or any other phone that is scheduled to be announced in the near future.

One (or more) of these smartphones also includes a Sony IMX800 sensor in its camera setup. It is an optical image stabilization system that will be paired with a 50-megapixel camera, which is often found in high-end mobile handsets.

The display on the Redmi Watch 3 will have an AMOLED display of 1.75 inches in size, making it about 15 percent larger than its predecessor. It will also have 341 pixels per inch and 600 nits of brightness. A preview image showed a vibrant green strap option, and there is only one button visible on the right side of the device.

The display on the Redmi Band 2 is 1.47 inches wide, which is 76% larger than the display on the original Redmi Band. The body has a thickness of 9.99 millimetres and will not feature any physical keys in any capacity. Then there is the Redmi Buds 4 Lite, which can also be translated as Youth. It comes in green and orange colours to match the aesthetic preferences of its younger customers. Only 3.9 grammes will be contained in each individual bud.

The Redmi Note 12 Pro Speed was never officially announced by the manufacturer; rather, it was discovered thanks to a leak by WHYLAB on Weibo. The new phone will have the same general appearance as the previous model, with three cameras arranged on a rectangular island, and flat sides; however, the Redmi logo will now be located at the top of the back panel.


It is anticipated that the phone will have the same overall footprint as the Redmi 12 Pro series, but instead of a Density 1080 CPU, it will have a Snapdragon 778G chipset. It is also anticipated that the 108 MP will be replaced with a 50 MP Sony IMX 766 sensor. It is anticipated that the pricing will be lower than CNY1,699, which is the price of a standard Redmi Note 12 Pro at the moment.