The video shows the full retail package and everything, the phone is fully working, so there are no obstacles to the phones launch (which has its certifications too) other than Xiaomis marketing strategy.
The phone has a 6.26 screen with 19:9 aspect ratio (1080p+ resolution). It is indeed powered by the Snapdragon 660 chipset as rumors predicted, but this particular model has the modest 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage. It runs MIUI 9.6 based on Android 8.1 Oreo.
The Redmi Note 6 Pro boasts two dual cameras. The rear shooter is a 12+5MP combo where the main module has large 1.4µm pixels and Dual Pixel AF. The selfie camera adds a 2MP depth sensor to the 20MP camera of the previous model.
The retail box includes a regular charger (10W) and a microUSB cable unfortunately, Xiaomi has insisted on the outdated plug. On the plus side, theres a 3.5mm headphone jack on top and nearby is an IR blaster.
So, what has changed since the Redmi Note 5 Pro? The screen, obviously, it has grown a notch and while the diagonal is technically bigger, the usable surface area hasnt increased appreciably.
The chipset is new, obviously, and both cameras have been updated (the old one had smaller 1.25µm pixels on the back and a single selfie cam). The RAM/storage minimum has inexplicably gone down, the Note 5 Pro didnt go below 4/64GB.
Chances are this will be reflected in the retail price, but we dont have that yet because as we said in the beginning, Xiaomi is yet to officially unveil the Redmi Note 6 Pro.