According to the well-known blogger, the first Redmi K30 Extreme Edition appeared on the GeekBench. As you know, it is powered by the Snapdragon 768G. And its single-core running points are increased by 14% compared to the previous generation Snapdragon 765G.
From the point of view of running points, the Snapdragon 768G single-core running score is 701 points, which is 14% higher than the Snapdragon 765G’s 615 points. It also exceeds the Kirin 820’s running points. In terms of multi-core score, the Snapdragon 768G gets 1958 points, which is an increase by 5% from the Snapdragon 765G and it is 80% more than that of the Kirin 820.
On May 11, Qualcomm announced the new SoC Snapdragon 768G. The latter comes with a Qualcomm Kryo 475 CPU + sensor hub + X52 5G modem / RF system. According to the official website, the Kryo 475 frequency can reach 2.8GHz, which is 15% higher than the Snapdragon 765G. The Adreno 620 GPU is also 15% higher than the Snapdragon 765G.
Redmi product director Wang Teng introduced that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 768G has the following highlights:
- Integrated 5G baseband;
- The same CPU architecture as Snapdragon 855;
- The same AI hardware architecture as the Snapdragon 865.
In addition, the Redmi K30 Extreme Edition uses a dual-hole full-screen. Its refresh rate is 120Hz. There is also a front-facing 20MP main sensor and a 2MP depth of field lens. As for the rear camera, it consists of a 64MP main lens, an 8 MP super wide-angle lens, a 2MP depth of field lens, and a 5MP macro sensor. The battery capacity is 4500mAh, and it supports 30W fast charge.