Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Explorer, Pro & Plus | TSW129

Xiaomi’s fresh Redmi Note 12 series just launched, with the star being that Explorer Edition – we’re talking 200MP Samsung HPX camera, 210W (!) fast charging, crazy specs! Meanwhile the Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus serves up that same 200 meg sensor, plus the same Mediatek Dimensity 1080 performance and a bigger battery.

Then there’s the regular Redmi Note 12 Pro, which makes do with a Sony IMX766 camera (still pretty damn good) and 67W charging. Hopefully Xiaomi’s budget blowers will come to the UK soon, especially that Note 12 Explorer – I’m thinking early 2023 for those.

As well as fresh phones, we’ve seen new iPads and VR headsets (in the form of the Meta Quest Pro) launch lately. Uncle Spurt delivers a quick, half-arsed recap of all the big tech headlines, for your viewing ‘pleasure’, followed by Viewer Comments.

Let us know what you think of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus etc down below and we’ll cover those in next week’s show! If YouTube hasn’t banned us by then!

Tech Spurt Weekly Ep129 Chapters:
0:00 – Blue drink
1:19 – News recap
4:24 – Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 series
6:56 – Viewer comments
13:24 – Next week

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