The main difference between the two is the addition of NFC on the Redmi Note 8T. In every other department, they are the same phone. Cameras are one of its most significant features, with it supporting a quad camera setup. The primary sensor is a 48MP with an f/1.8 aperture an 8Mp ultra-wide-angle camera with a 120-degree field-of-view. A 2MP depth sensor, and last but not least, another 2MP macro lens. On the front, there is a teardrop notch with a 13MP camera.
For the display, The Note 8T comes with an FHD+ 6.3-inch IPS LCD panel. This panel will be covered by Gorilla Glass 5 front and back. Because of the IPS display, the fingerprint is mounted on the back.
On the inside, the 8T comes packed with a Snapdragon 665. 3/4GB of RAM, and 32/64/128Gb of internal storage with the option to expand it. As for the battery, it’s usual for the Redmi Note phones, a 4000mAh battery, which can be fast-charged by the 18W USB-C charger that comes in the box.
The Redmi Note 8T will be available initially in Black, Blue, and White colors for €199 in its 4/64GB memory variant. Sales are scheduled to begin on November 8 in Spain and Italy, followed by November 13 in France and November 15 in Germany.
After that, the phone will launch across all Europe and get two more versions – a cheaper 3/32GB one for €179 and a more premium 4/128GB one for €249.