Mobile phone maker Xiaomi has recently launched its model. Redmi Note 12 TurboIt has advanced hardware features with Qualcomm SM7475-AB Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 octa-core processor, Adreno 725 GPU, 6-8 GB RAM, AMOLED display with 1080 x 2400 pixel resolution and 120hz frequency, 5500 mAh battery and triple camera.
And now, the company has announced a special edition Harry Potter! The mobile features symbols and images of the series, including the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry logo on the center back. The device also features the famous witch scar, a broom, and even the character’s Patronus.
The company even customized the phone’s camera to look like the protagonist’s glasses. The back of the device has a three-dimensional structure made of platinum with beautiful glossy images.
The special edition comes with a number of special accessories, including a SIM card ejector with the station 9¾ logo, Marauder’s Map instructions, and cool stickers. The mobile also has a personalized skin and a special theme with wallpapers and app icons that match the world universe. Harry Potter.
Harry Potter Mobile Features
Redmi Note 12 Turbo special edition Harry Potter It has the same features as the standard model, including 12GB+256GB storage capacity. The smartphone costs Yuan 2399 (about R$ 1,700 in current conversion) and is only available in China for now. There is no information yet on when the product will be available in other countries.
Inspired by the iconic world of wizardry and wizardry, this special edition of the Redmi Note 12 Turbo is great news for fans of the series. With its unique design, the device makes it a great option for those looking for a personalized model that shows their love for a job that has made their mark on many people’s lives.
Source: Tec Mundo
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