Is this the first real image of the Xiaomi Redmi K30 (Mi 10T)?

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Is this the first real image of the Xiaomi Redmi K30 (Mi 10T)?

The Xiaomi Redmi K30, which will surely be the Xiaomi Mi 10T, was reportedly seen for the first time in a user's hand. Although the image lacks quality, we can see that this type of smartphone is not yet on the market.

We see a device with a "full" screen and no pop-up camera whatsoever. We note this because there is no cut in the cover at the top.

Given the past information from Xiaomi, the Redmi K30 will offer two front cameras a cut in screen. This type of cut will be at the top right of the equipment. Even with the poor quality image we can see that there really seems to be a double front camera on the right side of the equipment.

Alleged Xiaomi Redmi K30

Xiaomi Redmi K30 Mi 10

It is still early to draw conclusions. However, Xiaomi has already told us what we can expect from the Xiaomi Redmi K30. This will be a smartphone that will follow some of its predecessor lines and 5G implementation is guaranteed.

However, we are not sure of your specifications. Especially because the best 5G processor maker right now is MediaTek.

State of the art specifications on "Pro" model only

Xiaomi Redmi K30

As happened this year, it is possible that high-end specifications will be for the "Pro" model only. Qualcomm will unveil its new processor, Snapdragon 865, on December 4, and 5G integration is expected to be guaranteed. Therefore, we can assume that the high end model will feature this chip.

Will arrive in Europe as Xiaomi Mi 10T

To those who are confused that we speak in two names for the same smartphone, welcome to Xiaomi. As this year with the Redmi K20, which came to Europe as the Mi 9T, so should the Redmi K30.

Redmi is now a Xiaomi sub-brand that is attacking hard in India, however, Xiaomi still prefers to invest in the European market with its brand and name. We'll see if the same will happen next year.

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