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Xiaomi's budget range gets a flagship: Meet the Redmi ProHow can a budget phone also be a flagship? This $300 phone from China appears to have what it takes.
What's up CNET. Aloysius Low, Senior Editor, here with the Xiaomi Redmi Pro. Now the phone is the Chinese company's first flagship for its budget range of devices and it's sounds quote strange to have a flagship for a budget one. [UNKNOWN] these specs online. The highest end models sport a full metal body, dual cameras, four gigabytes of RAM and 120 gigabytes of onboard storage [MUSIC] Now, the most interesting thing about the phones are those dual cameras. And they let you take pictures with a bouquet effect [INAUDIBLE] The aperture with your very nice, [INAUDIBLE] Background. And if you want, you can enter the image data to change the focus of the picture. Dual cameras use a 13 megapixel [INAUDIBLE] filter and a 5 megapixel [INAUDIBLE] filter. It has a [INAUDIBLE] USB port and as you can see a very nice brush metal finish. The phone is set to launch in China on August 6th, and will likely be sold in places like India, Hong Kong, and Singapore in the near future. I'm [INAUDIBLE] for CNET.