Although it was at one point said to arrive in March, Xiaomi's Redmi Pro 2 still isn't official. That could change soon, however, since a new leak today is purported to reveal some official pricing details for the device.
According to what's said to be a listing from online retailer Taobao, the Redmi Pro 2 will start at CNY 1,599, which means about $231 or €218 at the current exchange rates. If you pick a higher-end configuration, you'll be required to pay CNY 1,799 ($260 or €245).
Unfortunately no specs whatsoever have been detailed this time around. That said, the pricing lines up perfectly with what was revealed in one past leak, which said you'll have to choose between 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage for the cheaper version, or 6GB/128GB for the more expensive one. If we go by the same report, the Redmi Pro 2 is to come with MediaTek's Helio P25 SoC, and two 12 MP camera sensors on the back.
Mtk again, I'll pass
I don't think it will come with HelioP25. Mi5c was also rumored to come with HelioP20 or Snapdragon625 but it finally came with PineconeV670. And you guys should know that HelioP25 is much better than snapdragon626 and kirin655 and exynos7880, pr...