In Xiaomi, the mid-range has always existed not only for deploying incredible features at much cheaper prices, but also for daring to innovate in materials, design and features that have never been seen before in Android.
Among these innovations there are already several manufacturers who wanted to give their mobile a special touch, taking the design further. In the case of Xiaomi, we have already seen in China how the Xiaomi CIVI 2 featured Hello Kitty both on the device itself and on the box, and now it is Harry Potter that overwhelms us.
The most powerful Redmi is magic
Although it is not yet officially offered in China, and it will be tomorrow when it will be released in Asia, Xiaomi wanted to share the limited edition of the new Redmi Note 12 Turbo via Weibo (Chinese Twitter); which will be the most powerful brother of the Tungri middle family.
This special edition of Harry Potter is not lacking in detail. The fabric box, much larger than usual, shows us the Hogwarts badge, and inside we will have the long-awaited letter to enter the school, the staff, the board, various stickers and the fabric itself.
But it doesn’t end there. As before in the case of Hello Kitty, the mobile is personal, and the Harry Potter Redmi Note 12 Turbo was going to be less. Although Xiaomi doesn’t show many details in the images, we see a black mobile with ‘Harry Potter’ written in gold right next to the camera module.
In addition, this edition is full of small details, such as the skewer for the SIM card, which carries the platform 9 and 3/4 logo. The promotional images also show the shelves from the four Hogwarts houses, though it’s unlikely.
We hope that this Redmi Note 12 Turbo is the pinnacle of the Redmi Note 12 family, although both the mobile itself and this Harry Potter edition have no intention of coming to Spain in the near future, we will. attention in the case of Xiaomi decides to bring these wonders with the portkey or dust through the floor.
Source | Weibo
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