So far, only the Chinese version has been confirmed by the manufacturer, but you never know with Xiaomi.
The Redmi Note 12 series is not quiet, the phone family is expanding with a new member. The Redmi Note 12T Pro has been announced by the brand for a soon launch in China, and while there’s no talk of an international premiere yet, you never know at Xiaomi if the same hardware build might arrive outside China under the Redmi or Poco brand names.
The official poster of the Redmi Note 12T Pro (source: Gizmo China) [+]
What we know now is that the Redmi Note 12T Pro will offer a 144Hz IPS LCD display instead of an AMOLED panel (with an aspect ratio of 20.5:9 and a front camera cut into the screen). The panel is flat, and the design of the phone case is not much different from what other Redmi Note 12s offer: a straight frame, three rear cameras, a 3.5 mm connector at the top of the frame, a headphone port, and an infrared port next to it. The resolution of the main camera can also be seen from the shared product images, a 64MP wide-angle sensor can be found on the back panel, below that assumes an 8MP ultra-wide and 2MP macro or depth alongside a dual-tone LED flash. Since the screen is LCD, the power button on the right could be the fingerprint scanner, as it is on the base Redmi Note 12 model.
projected colors (source: Gizmo China) [+]
It is also confirmed from the manufacturer’s marketing materials that the phone will be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8200 Ultra chipset, and 12 GB of RAM will be added to the device. The MIUI system will use the basics of Android 13 on the Note 12T Pro, and the built-in battery will support the usual 67W fast charging of mid-range Xiaomi devices. The Redmi Note 12T Pro will appear in blue, white and black, and the T model is expected to debut alongside the Redmi K60i.