The announcement was made by Redmi's managing director on social network Weibo. The Redmi K30 will be launched in China December 10th, and will be the first of Xiaomi's sub-brand to arrive with 5G.
In the ad poster, something that is immediately noticeable is the fact that the smartphone has very small margins, but a hole in the screen ready to house its two front cameras.
Following the line of its predecessors, the Redmi K30 can be called Xiaomi Mi 10T in Europe. Remember that the Redmi K20 was launched in May this year, and had the great attraction of having a full screen, with the front camera "hidden" thanks to its pop-up mechanism.
Redmi's strategy has changed, and now adopts a design very similar to the Samsung Galaxy S10 +. The reasons are not known, but can range from wanting to offer greater strength but also to save on materials compared to the pop-up mechanism.
120Hz screen is a possibility
After this official announcement, we will surely start to discover many details about the device. Rumors point to it coming with a Qualcomm 700 line processor, and a 120Hz refresh rate display.
Coming to market with 5G can clearly make it the cheapest smartphone with technology to date. We will see if Xiaomi will be able to maintain the quality and success achieved in this line.
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