Redmi’s official Weibo said yesterday that all Redmi K40 models have obtained DisplayMate A+ certification. The new generation of the E4 flagship direct screen has been fully upgraded in terms of brightness, color accuracy, and power consumption.
DisplayMate officially stated: “The K40’s screen is unforgettable. The world’s top screen quality is close to textbook-like perfection. It has achieved 11 smartphone screen records and achieved the highest level of A+ in history.”
The entire Redmi K40 series uses the latest generation of E4 AMOLED screen materials. These materials are brighter and more power-saving. The peak screen brightness can reach 1300nits. And the global brightness is 900nits. In addition, the contrast ratio is up to 5 million:1. It also supports a 120Hz ultra-high refresh rate and a 360Hz ultra-high touch sampling rate.
In terms of photography, the K40 features a 48MP IMX582 main camera, 8MP super wide-angle, and 5MP telephoto macro lenses combination. The K40 Pro upgrades the main camera to a 64MP IMX686. Other lens parameters are the same as the former.
In other aspects, the Redmi K40 sports a Snapdragon 870 processor. The phone comes with a built-in 4520mAh battery, and also supports 33W fast charge. The Pro version sports a Snapdragon 888 processor, a full-blood version of LPDDR5 and a built-in 4520mAh battery.
The company claims that the Redmi K40 series has only been on sale for 23 days. But domestic sales have exceeded 1 million units.