Redmi K60 and iQOO Neo 7 launch marks the flood of mid range phone in market

A number of phones are in line up to be launched as the new year is around the corner and all the tech brands are trying to come up with exciting offers on them. Whether it’s Redmi K60 or iQOO Neo 7 all are mid-range phones that users won’t leave anyhow are to arrive. Recently a tipster with the username Mukul Sharma wrote on Twitter, “Redmi K60 series launching today, iQOO Neo 7 Racing Edition launching on 29th, Mid-range market is heating up again”.

If we talk about some of the features of these phones iQOO Neo 7 is to come with 6.78 inches widescreen that features 1080×2400 pixels. It runs Android 13 accompanied by an Octa-Core processor. It packs  128GB internal storage with 8GB RAM. As far as the camera is concerned it will come with a triple camera setup featuring a 50MP+8MP+2MP camera. The front side of the phone has got a 16MP camera.

The Redmi K60 series is to bring Redmi K60, Redmi K60 Pro, and Redmi K60E in the clan and if we talk about the features of this phone it will come with 6.67 inches wide screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. As far as the camera is concerned it will have a triple camera setup on the rear side that will feature a 48MP+8MP+2MP camera.

 




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