After the launch of the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro handsets, the next flagship of the Xiaomi series should be the Redmi K30 Pro. Lu Weibing, president of Xiaomi China and general manager of Redmi brand confirmed that this flagship is on the way.
Today, we learned about some news concerning this handset. First, yesterday, Xiaomi Mi 5G phones with models M2001J11E and M2001J11C passed 3C certification. Xiaomi Communication Technology Co., Ltd. is the applicant and manufacturer. The first date of certification is on March 19. It comes with a power adapter with a maximum output of 33W. This phone should be the upcoming K30 Pro.
Apart from this, some sources published the renderings of the alleged Redmi K30 Pro. The rendering shows that the machine uses a full-screen pop-up camera solution, four rear camera sensors, and supports screen fingerprint recognition.
Previously, it was said the phone will use an ‘Oreo style’ rear camera. Thus, it will differ from the original K30 model.
We also have heard the Redmi K30 Pro will use an OLED full screen. The lifting camera will use the Sony IMX686 CMOS. By the way, earlier, the Sony IMX686 sensor has been carried by the Redmi K30, which supports four-in-one 1.6μm large pixels and has a 1/1.7-inch outsole. At the same time, Geekbench running points show that Redmi K30 Pro will sport the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship platform. And it will support SA/NSA dual-mode 5G. The tested version has had a RAM of 8GB. Of course, flagship configurations such as WiFi 6, NFC, and horizontal linear motors may appear on the K30 Pro.