Redmi K30 Pro 12GB RAM & 512GB internal memory variant spotted on TENAA
Xiaomi shook the entire smartphone market by launching a flagship smartphone at a mid-range price point. Yes, you guessed it right, we are talking about the Redmi K20 Pro. This flagship smartphone offered a high price to performance ratio.
Well, Xiaomi has recently updated the Redmi K series and launched the Redmi K30 and Redmi K30 5G in China. The 7nm Snapdragon 765G SoC powers these two smartphones.
Coming to the yet to be released Redmi K30 Pro (M2001G7AE), it will be powered by an improved SD865G processor coupled with the Adreno 650 GPU. Unlike its predecessor, the Redmi K30 Pro will feature a punch-hole dual-camera setup on the front side of the device.
Furthermore, there will be a quad-camera setup on the back of this smartphone. Redmi K30 Pro will run on Android 10 out of the box. We can expect the quad-camera setup on this smartphone to consist of a wide sensor, a telephoto sensor, an ultra-wide sensor, and a ToF sensor.
This flagship smartphone will feature a 6.67-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2400×1080 pixels. The Redmi K30 Pro will be backed up by a 4,400 mAh battery.
Xiaomi may launch this flagship smartphone in the first quarter of 2020. If Xiaomi assigns an aggressive price to this flagship smartphone then it will provide tough competition to OEMs like Samsung, Realme, Vivo, Huawei, and many more.
These are the details that have come out so far.
But now, apart from the usual combination of 6GB RAM and 128GB, and 8GB RAM and 256GB, surprisingly, for Redmi K30 Pro, a 12GB RAM and 512GB internal storage version has been spotted on TENAA. The information comes credits to @stufflistings.
The 12GB RAM and 512GB storage variant of the Redmi K30 Pro is ideal for power users. The Redmi K30 Pro would easily attract anyone who is looking for premium specifications at an affordable price.
Featured image: Redmi K20 Pro
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