This Thursday Xiaomi launched the new smartphone line from its subsidiary Redmi in China – the K40. These are devices normally launched only in China with this nomenclature, and which Xiaomi renames to launch globally.
In 2019, in their first versions, the Redmi K20 were the Mi 9T globally. Last year the strategy was different. This is because the Redmi K30 Pro would be the POCO F2 Pro outside Xiaomi’s home country.
At a time when POCO assumed itself as an independent brand from Xiaomi, it would be strange to think that the strategy would be repeated. But an information leak suggests that a new POCO could be the global version of the Redmi K40.
As you can see in the tweet above, the smartphone as code name “M2012K11AG” was certified by IMDA as a POCO smartphone. Now, this same smartphone was previously certified by the regulatory agency TENAA as belonging to the Redmi K40. The difference was the “C” at the end of the name, referring to China. This device ends with “G” for a global version.
Thus, this smartphone can reach global markets with the Snapdragon 870 and a 6.67-inch AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. The name is unknown for now, but we may well have the future POCO F3 here.
Main specifications of Xiaomi Redmi K40
- Display: 6.67 inch Samsung E4 AMOLED
- Resolution: 2400 x 1080 pixels – Full-HD +
- Refresh rate: 120Hz; 360Hz touch registration rate
- Maximum brightness: 1300 nits; contrast: 5,000,000: 1
- Main camera: 48 MP + 8 MP ultrawide + 5 MP tele
- Front camera: 20 MP
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 at 5 nm
- RAM: 12 GB
- Storage: 256 GB
- Battery: 4250 mAh
- Available in Black, White, Aurora (blue)
- IP53 certification
- Dimensions: 163.7 x 76.4 x 7.8 mm
- Weight: 196 grams
- Price: about 280 € in China
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