In December last year, Redmi announced the K30 and K30 5G. Now, information points out that the company is preparing to launch the K30 Pro, smartphone with Snapdragon 865 processor that can be made official in March.
Unfortunately, there are still not many details about this device, but the first "steps" to change this scenario are being taken. Today (05), a leaker renowned Chinese decided to share something important about the K30 Pro.
Reportedly, Redmi's next top of the line will have a 4,700 mAh battery, a number that exceeded the informant's expectations. In addition, it has also been revealed that future owners will have 33W fast charging technology.
In terms of comparison, the K20 Pro brought a 4,000 mAh battery, while the K30 hit the market with 4,500 mAh, delivering a 30W charger. Therefore, it seems that Redmi intends to bet on increasing the battery, changing the charging power very little.
Other leaks suggest that the K30 Pro should not have a "hole" in the screen to house the front camera. Instead, the company can place a pop-up mechanism, just as we saw in the previous model. As for the display, one with OLED technology is expected.
In the camera department, rumors suggest that we will have four sensors at the rear, the main one being the 64MP Sony IMX686, the same as the "common" K30. Thanks to Geekbench, the benchmark platform, we also know that the K30 Pro should be released with 8GB of RAM and Android 10, possibly running under MIUI 11.
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