Through XDA Developers, Xiaomi Redmi K30 Ultra was picked up at TENAA, running MIUI 12 and everything. The smartphone in question has the code name “Cezanne”. The device shares design similarities with the Redmi K30 Pro, suggesting that it is a smartphone from the same family.


TENAA is a Chinese certification company that analyzes and approves smartphones, checking if they meet security parameters. The documents used by certification companies usually reveal technical details about the equipment, such as specifications, for example.

Expected Redmi K30 Ultra specifications

  • 6.67 inch FHD + Amoled display
  • Rear camera: 64 MP (main sensor)
  • 20 MP front camera
  • 4400 mAh battery

TENAA’s information did not reveal the processor of choice for this equipment, however. According to rumors, it will be the MediaTek Dimensity 1000. Additionally, the equipment may have support for 33W wireless charging.

Whatever your processor, there is no doubt that the equipment will support mobile networks in 5G. MediaTek is increasingly becoming a legitimate competitor to Qualcomm, maker of the famous Snapdragon processors.

Regarding release dates, nothing is known for now. However, the Redmi K30 Pro has been relaunched globally under the name POCO F2 Pro. It remains to be seen whether there will even be a K30 Ultra or if Xiaomi will further confuse users with nomenclatures, as it usually does.

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