The Redmi K30 wants to make history. This is what today’s launch shows, where Poco adopted the model as its new device renamed Poco X2, the brand’s second launch since the Pocophone F1, launched in August 2018. And right now we have news about the next version of the K30 which should be more advanced with the surname Pro.
The novelty was shown by DigitalChatStation, a Chinese leader, who has now revealed a little more about the new cameras that the K30 Pro should have. According to him, the camera sector in the series will not change much with the new release; we will continue to see the set with the 64MP Sony IMX686 sensor, however, the difference should arise from the new design of the photo module.
Currently, the set consists of a set of sensors of 64MP, 2MP, 5MP, and 8 MP. What would Redmi do to them? Would she adopt a circular camera style to match the circle on the back of the device? What can we expect from the K30 Pro?
Perhaps this is another indication that we can expect a change in the processor, after all, we are talking about a Pro version, which must have at least a significant change in the hardware that justifies the new name.
Xiaomi may launch Redmi K30 Pro with Snapdragon 865 and without 108 MP camera
After displaying some of its hardware in a benchmark tool a few weeks ago, further reinforcing the launch of the Redmi K30 Pro with support for the Snapdragon 865, Qualcomm’s most powerful smartphone chipset in 2020, now more details about the codenamed device appear. imi “, which already reveals a lot about the device.
According to the XDA website, while the Mi 10 codenamed “umi” and the Mi 10 Pro codenamed “cmi” already had evidence that they will implement a 108 MP sensor, the codename model “imi”, better known as the Redmi K30 Pro, does not offer the same support.
Instead, it is very likely that the device will hit the market with a 64 MP rear main camera. The XDA kacskrz member found that the codename of the K30 Pro in the MIUI Gallery app with support for such a resolution, but nothing to indicate the presence of a sensor above 100 MP.
In the same way as the Redmi K30 and K30 5G, the manufacturer is expected to present a traditional model with 4G of the K30 Pro and another version with 5G, offering connectivity capacity for fifth-generation networks and with more battery to deal with the highest energy consumption.
There is no launch or announcement yet for the Redmi K30 Pro, but we are likely to see the device being introduced this month, as one of the biggest global mobile events takes place in the last days of February and is an excellent opportunity for Redmi stand out even more with a high-performance product and competitive price.