News about the upcoming Redmi K30 resurfaces every day, many features and upgrades being announced, even if we don’t still have a release date. Currently, details about a revolutionary camera feature took people by storm, when Lu Weibing showed some hints.
The General Manager of Redmi released an official teaser, displaying Redmi K30 with the “world’s first high-resolution image sensor.” At the release event, we’re going to find out more about how significant it will be such a feature for the future of Redmi devices.
Camera Sensor for Redmi K30
Without many details about Redmi K30 ‘s camera sensor, we could only expect the device to come with the new Sony IMX686 sensor. The sensor would introduce a spectacular 60MP resolution.
Moreover, other reports indicating the hands-on photos and renders of the K30 device and the official teasers from the developers have stated and confirmed the existence of a dual-punch hole cutout for the two selfie camera sensors.
Another report, however, hinted that the smartphone would come with a dual-mode 5G support. It will also include both SA and NSA modes. Redmi could be the first one in its series to bring such a feature.
Rumored Specs for Redmi K30
A release date hasn’t been yet announced or confirmed, but there are many speculations that the smartphone could be displayed on December 10.
Rumors also indicate that K30 will come with an incredible 6.66-inch display with a feature of FHD+ resolution of 2400×1080 pixels. Redmi K30 is also speculated to come with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, a 120Hz display for Pro versions, and a 90Hz display for standard ones.
As for its hardware, it could feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 700 series processor, support for dual-mode 5G, Adreno 618 GPU, and it will run on Android 10 topped with MIUI 11. For other information, we’ll have to wait for some official statements from developers.
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