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Hi, Mi fans
A few days back we heard from a small group of Mi Fans regarding support for Fortnite on the recently launched Redmi Note 7 Pro, featuring Qualcomm Snapdragon 675.
While PUBG tops the list in terms of popularity, we understand that there is a group of Mi Fans that cares about Fortnite. While the number is small, we care about each one of them. Markets like the US are the top markets for a game like Fortnite. Check trends below.
One thing to understand here is that since Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 is relatively a newer chipset, and hasn’t been launched in the US (the main market for Fortnite), the makers of Fortnite (Epic Games) haven’t had an opportunity to test and thus, certify the Snapdragon 675. Some older chipsets, including the Snapdragon 710, have made it to Epic Games and thus been certified.
To resolve this, we are working with Qualcomm and Epic Games to get Redmi Note 7 Pro powered by Snapdragon 675 tested and certified for Fortnite.