Redmi K40 will come in different versions, not only with Snapdragon 888 SoC

Redmi K40 will come in different versions, not only with Snapdragon 888 SoC
Redmi is working to announce its new K40 series as soon as possible, after the success recorded by the previous models. In fact, various manufacturers are preparing to launch a new generation of devices equipped with the new high-end SoC created by Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 888. Among these, Redmi will not miss the appeal, which with the K40 could debut the latest processor. from the US company.

Redmi K30 Ultra However, the Snapdragon 888 will not be the only chip to be used for the series. Yesterday, Lu Weibing, vice president of Xiaomi Group and general manager of the Redmi brand and Wang Teng, production director of Xiaomi / Redmi, began to heat the environment, stating that the next devices of the K40 series will be available in different versions and they won't just implement the Snapdragon 888. In fact, there will also be models pushed by the Mediatek counterpart and according to the latest rumors, one of the series could include the new SoC Dimensity 1200. At the moment, there isn't much information on this smartphone but we expect to get more details on the design and other specs over the next few weeks.

Post Weibo At least the selling price should be certain and it would start at 2999 yuan, about 384 euros at the exchange rate, a very interesting figure given the alleged characteristics known so far. According to the well-known tipster @DigitalChatStation, the new Redmi series will adopt an OLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. Moreover, according to reports from the two executives, the display could set a record already before the launch, becoming the most expensive flat screen in the entire industry. However, the soul will be that of an "economic device".

Going back to the current version, the Redmi K30 Pro uses a pop-up camera with a bezel-less screen, with an uncommon design among 5G devices (which could be an advantage) and with a frequency of update stops at the classic 60Hz. Redmi will certainly not want to stop here and the transition to 120Hz would allow the device to make a significant leap forward in the market, without forgetting the presence of the latest Qualcomm and Mediatek processors used almost always on other decidedly more expensive models. The next K40 could really represent the revelation of this first part of 2021.

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