We know that the Redmi K40 series will be officially announced this month, on February 25.
This afternoon, Lu Weibing, general manager of the Redmi brand, officially announced: The goal of Redmi K40 is to maintain the ultimate screen-to-body ratio. We chose the middle hole design. But the goal is to be the smallest hole in the world.
At the same time, Lu Weibing also launched a new round of voting, hoping to name the smallest openings in the industry for the Redmi K40 series, including ultra-small holes, pinholes, mesopores, sesame holes, very small holes, and non-sensory holes.
According to previous reports, the screen opening size of the Redmi K40 series is about 2.8mm, which is much smaller than the usual 3 or 4 mm diameter. Thus, it’s enough to become the smallest proactive opening on the market.
In addition to the ultra-small opening, the company also previously revealed that the Redmi K40 will be equipped with a “probably the most expensive” face-to-face screen. It is made of Samsung’s top E4 luminescent material, and uses the same technology as the big brother Xiaomi Mi 11, which can bring higher brightness, contrast, etc., show better visual effects, while also supporting 120Hz refresh rate.
According to the previous renders, the visual effect of the front screen of the Redmi K40 is very shocking. The borders on the top and left and right sides of the screen are very well controlled. At the same time, the bottom border is also close to the same width as the other three sides.
Redmi Series Models With OLED Screens
Today, Wang Teng, the product director of Xiaomi Redmi, revealed that the Redmi K40 series does not use an LCD screen. This simply means that all the Redmi K40 series come with OLED screens as standard.
In the history of the Redmi K series, only the Redmi K30, Redmi K30 5G, Redmi K30S Ultra and other models have adopted LCD screens. The Redmi K20, Redmi K20 Pro, Redmi K30 Pro, Redmi K30 Ultra and other models use OLED screens.
In addition, the picture also shows that the back of the machine uses a big-eye matrix camera module similar to the Redmi K30S. It includes four cameras. The upper and lower two are larger in size, and the middle two are placed side by side. They should be macro and depth of field functional lenses.