Xiaomi released the redesigned Redmi K30 duo recently. The device displays two punch holes notch. Firstly, it was thought that the smartphone has only one pill-designed cutout at the top of the screen for the dual camera.
However, it appears now, and it was confirmed that the K30 has a double circular punch hole, and the software covers the area between the two. It is intriguing to see that Xiaomi didn’t unveil this option, and it was noticed by a third-party. Also, all the official renders of the smartphone indicated a pill-designed punch-hole display rather than dual punch holes.
Such a feature can be squeezed from the screen settings menu, where users can choose to see two individual punch holes or only one pill-designed. Also, there is another option to gray out the entire top area. The battery, however, will not be saved enough, because of both Redmi K30 and K30 5G utilizes an IPS panel.
Redmi K30 Displays Two Punch Holes Design
The Redmi K30 and the K30 5G bring a dual front-facing camera with the main camera option, including four other cameras. Users will enjoy a 20MP primary sensor and a 2MP depth sensor for selfies.
Also, for the primary camera setup, the double brings a 64MP main sensor, 2MP macro leans 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and, ultimately, a 2MP depth sensor. The most significant difference between the Redmi K30 and K30 5G is the processor. K30 provides a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G, while the other device, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G 5G, up to 6GB RAM and 256GM onboard storage.
Moreover, the Redmi K30 possesses a 4,500 mAh battery, and it does support 27W fast charging via the USB Type C port. Redmi K30 and K30 5G are both Android-based, version 10, and run on MIUI 11. Until now, smartphones received positive reviews.
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