Redmi K30, which is just around a week away from its official launch can be considered as one of the most awaited phones as of now. Last month, Xiaomi teased that the K30 will come with dual-mode 5G (SA+NSA) support. The phone will be a successor to the Redmi K20 launched last year. Have a look at the teasers below:
As seen in these photos, the phone will have a quad-camera setup on the back surrounded by a circular ring. According to a leak, the camera system consists of IMX686 64MP primary sensor along with an 8MP secondary camera, a 5MP third camera, and a 2MP fourth camera. A dual-LED flash is present under the camera setup, with a Redmi branding at the bottom. The phone comes in what looks like a matte purple color. Interestingly, the phone features a side-mounted fingerprint sensor instead of an in-display sensor, that is present in almost all the flagships and even some mid-range phones these days. We can expect faster unlocking speed with better accuracy than an in-display sensor.
The phone is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 730 / 730G mobile platform. It will be launched as a 4G only mobile in the markets where 5G isn’t currently available. On the front, it will have dual punch-hole cameras on the top right side. The display of the phone is expected to have a refresh rate of 120Hz. The phone will be placed in the upper midrange segment like its predecessor, the K20.
Launch and availability:
The phone is launching on December 10th as confirmed by Lu Weibing, General Manager of Xiaomi. It is expected to be priced under 3000 Chinese Yuan (420 USD/30,000 INR approximately). It will also be coming to other markets outside China soon. According to some teasers, two more products will also be launched in the event, a smart speaker, and a WIFI router.
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