The Redmi K series smartphones were launched in India last week and are set to take on both OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. Both the Redmi K- series phones come with a full-HD+ AM OLED display, a pop-up selfie camera setup, a brand new Aura Prime Design, and a 3D four-curved body.
Redmi K30 vs Redmi K20: Specifications
The Redmi K30 and Redmi K20 both have dual-SIM (Nano) support. The smartphones run Android with Xiaomi’s custom MIUI on top. The Redmi K30 comes preloaded with MIUI 11, while the Redmi K20 has MIUI 10 by default, though it’s also upgradable to MIUI 11. On the display front, the Redmi K30 features a 6.67-inch full-HD+ (1080×2400 pixels) display with HDR 10 support, 20:9 aspect ratio, and 120Hz refresh rate. The display panel also has a hole-punch design that matches the display of the Samsung Galaxy S10+. This is notably unlike the Redmi K20 that had a 6.39-inch AMOLED Full-HD+ (1080×2340 pixels) display with 19.5:9 aspect ratio and 60Hz refresh rate — without any cutout or hole-punch design.
Redmi K40 5G configuration leak
The first half of 2020 is about to pass, and there is more and more news about the new flagship devices of major mobile phone manufacturers. A few days ago, Twitter user @techyvillage exposed the configuration information of Redmi K40.
According to the breaking news, Redmi K40 will be equipped with MediaTek Tianji 1000+ processor, 144Hz LCD screen, equipped with Sony 64MP IMX686 main camera, and support 33W fast charge. A new model of Mi 5G model M2006J10C has been put into the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. This phone is equipped with a 33W charger, which may be Redmi K40 or Xiaomi CC10.
It should be noted that there has been news that the Redmi K40 will use the Snapdragon 775 processor that should have been announced last week, but Qualcomm has launched the Snapdragon 690 processor, which is the first 5G chip in the Snapdragon 600 series. group.