Xiaomi had promised and now presents the new Redmi K30S mobile phone. The new smartphone is official, it features a main camera with a 64 MP sensor, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor and a 6.67 inch screen with 144 Hz refresh rate.
But, after all, what changes in this new Xiaomi phone compared to the recent Mi 10T? Apart from the name and some discreet technical specifications, nothing is changed. In other words, this is the same phone with a new name and new purpose.
Specifications of the “new” Xiaomi Redmi K30S
- 6.67 inch IPS LCD screen – Full-HD +
- 144Hz refresh rate and 650 nits brightness
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor
- Up to 8 GB of RAM
- Up to 256 GB of internal storage
- 64MP + 13MP (wide angle) + 5MP (macro) rear cameras
- 20MP front camera
- 5000 mAh battery
- 33W fast charging
- Biometric sensor on the side
- Stereo speakers
- Colors: black and silver
- Weight: 216 grams
What changes with the Xiaomi Mi 10T?
The RAM and internal storage settings. We now have 8 GB of RAM combined with 128 or 256 GB of internal storage, a slight improvement for this phone without the possibility of expansion via memory card.
According to Xiaomi executives, who anticipated the launch of this new phone, its purpose will be to reinforce brand recognition in key markets. Among these so-called “crucial markets” is mainly China.
In summary, the Redmi K30S is a “rebranding” of the Xiaomi Mi10T with tangential improvements aimed at captivating the Chinese public. To this end, it continues to stand out for its price / quality ratio and the display with a high refresh rate at 144 Hz on its LCD panel.
The price of the Redmi K30S costs the equivalent of 325 euros, or 350 euros depending on the combination of RAM and internal storage. The mobile phone hits stores in China during one of the upcoming local holidays, November 11th.
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