Redmi Note 13 Pro officially confirmed to be powered by the newly launched Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 SoC

Just a few hours ago Qualcomm officially unveiled the Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 chipset, although the specifications and features were announced by the company the smartphones that will feature this latest chipset were still a mystery for many.

Well in no time the smartphone brand Redmi has resolved this mystery as the company has confirmed that its upcoming Redmi Note 13 Pro will be powered by the newly launched Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 chipset.

Redmi Note 13 series is all set to make its official launch on September 21st. Recently the company has confirmed the processor details of Redmi Note 13 Pro+ and now the same has been done for Redmi Note 13 Pro. Previously it was also confirmed that the Redmi Note 13 series will be equipped with a new 200-megapixel Samsung HP3 Discovery Edition primary camera. It will arrive with support for OIS (optical image stabilization) and EIS (electronic image stabilization) for stable videos and shots.

Well since there are a few more days left before the official launch of the Redmi Note 13 series, the company might reveal some other details regarding this series. Stay tuned with us to know more updates regarding the Redmi Note 13 series.

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