Redmi K30 With 5G Modem To Launch On December 10


Xiaomi's sister brand Redmi had been teasing about the launch of its Redmi K30 5G smartphone for quite some time. Now, the company has officially confirmed that the Redmi K30 with native 5G support will be made official on December 10. Along with the Redmi K30, the company might also launch the Redmi K30 Pro as well.

Redmi K30 With 5G Modem To Launch On December 10


The official Weibo post from Redmi hints that the multiple variants of the Redmi K30 might be on cards, especially with respect to the incorporation of 5G technology. The Redmi K30 with a SA will have a 5G modem built onto the main chipset. Whereas, the NSA model will have a non-standalone 5G modem that will be separate from the main chipset.

The teaser image also confirms that the Redmi K30 will have a pill-style punch cutout at the top, similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.

Redmi K30 Possible Specifications

According to leaks and speculations, the Redmi K30 is likely to offer a 6.66-inch display with FHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. Considering the rumors, the smartphone is likely to be powered by the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 735 SoC with a SA 5G modem. As per the camera, the phone is likely to include the Sony IMX686 as its primary sensor, which is the first smartphone camera sensor from Sony with a resolution of 60MP.

Similarly, the Redmi K30 Pro is expected to offer an identical set of specifications compared to the Redmi K30, except for the processor. Just like the Redmi K20 Pro, the K30 Pro will be based on a flagship chipset -- possibly the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 which will be unveiled on December 3 at Qualcomm's annual summit.

Considering the support for the 5G network, the Redmi K30 and the Redmi K30 Pro are likely to cost a bit more than the K20 and the K20 Pro.

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