For the unfamiliar, the Game Turbo mode helps to boost the performance of the CPU and GPU of the smartphone and in turn provides smoother and improved gaming performance. So, get ready for a great gaming experience on your Redmi Note 7 Pro.
- Gaming Turbo Mode is coming to the Redmi Note 7 Pro very soon.
- The Redmi Note 7 Pro recently received Fortnite support.
- The Redmi Note 7 Pro retails for Rs 13,999.
The Poco F1 recently received the popular Game Turbo mode via the latest MIUI update. This feature, as the name suggests, allows users to have an enhanced and enhanced gaming experience. Lately, Xiaomi is working a lot to provide the best user experience and for this reason the same gaming feature – Game Turbo mode – is coming to the Redmi Note 7 Pro very soon. Xiaomi has officially confirmed this information via a post on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo. Like the Poco F1, the Redmi Note 7 Pro will also get Game Turbo mode through the MIUI update.
However, Xiaomi has announced that Game Turbo mode will only be available on the China Redmi Note 7 Pro phone. At least that will be the case for now. Considering that India is a crucial market for the Chinese smartphone maker, we believe that Xiaomi will do its best to deliver best-in-class user experience to Indian Redmi Note 7 Pro users. In other words, Xiaomi might consider bringing Game Turbo mode to Redmi Note 7 Pro India variants very soon. As reported, Xiaomi has yet to reveal much information about it.
As a reminder, Poco F1 users in India received Game Turbo mode via the latest MIUI v10.3.5.0 update. For the unknown, Game Turbo mode helps to increase the performance of the CPU and GPU of the smartphone and in turn provides smoother and improved gaming performance.
Xiaomi takes user experience very seriously. With that, a few months ago, Xiaomi pushed the Battle Royale game Fortnite to the Indian Redmi Note 7 Pro units. The decision to bring Fortnite to Note 7 Pro was to compete with the Realme 3 Pro which was the first smartphone in the price segment below Rs 15,000 to come with Fortnite support.
Xiaomi India launched the Redmi Note 7 Pro in February this year. The Redmi Note 7 Pro retails at the starting price of Rs 13,999 in India and the price of the top model goes up to Rs 15,999. The smartphone is still available during flash sales in India.