Xiaomi Redmi K30 Pro: pop-up camera on the way

Successor of the K20 Pro, marketed last summer in France under the name Mi 9T Pro, the Xiaomi Redmi K30 Pro is to be announced in March in China. Unlike its little brother the K30, the K30 Pro would trade a punched screen for an unscathed panel … but completed with a pop-up camera.

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Here the “classic” Redmi K30, for illustration

What to expect from the Redmi K30 Pro? While the technical sheet of its little brother the Redmi K30 is gradually becoming clearer, that of the next flagship of the Xiaomi sub-brand is still partially shrouded in mystery. The device, whose announcement is scheduled for March in China, should in particular bet like the K20 Pro (or Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro in our regions) on a screen devoid of notch or hole, thanks to a pop front camera. -up. At least that’s what a promotional visual published by Redmi on the Chinese social network Weibo implies. An image accompanied by the mention “”, which now leaves little doubt as to the announcement niche of said smartphone and its 5G compatibility.

5G on the horizon… thanks to a Snapdragon 865?

The fact remains that we do not yet know which processor would equip the device. In all likelihood, Xiaomi would bet on Qualcomm products and more particularly on the very recent Snapdragon 865, which forces manufacturers to integrate a 5G X55 modem. Thus equipped, the K30 Pro could be one of the smartphones Best performing Android on the market. It would also be equipped with a 64 megapixel main camera cut for pixel binning (combination of several pixels in one for more faithful photos) and a generous 4700 mAh battery compatible with 33 watt fast charging.

On the screen side, and if this information is still to be taken with a grain of salt, the Redmi K30 Pro could carry an OLED screen (unlike the K30 which will be satisfied with an IPS LCD panel). Xiaomi could also bet on a refresh rate of 120 Hz, as for the future OnePlus 8, noted recently. As a reminder, the Mi 9T Pro already had an OLED panel (6.39-inch Full HD +), but at 60 Hz.

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Xiaomi Redmi K30 Pro: pop-up camera on the way

If this technical sheet is confirmed, the K30 Pro would be like an interesting move upmarket for this line of devices. However, let’s hope that Xiaomi will be able to keep an attractive price for its new product, even if we imagine that it will be more expensive than the Mi 9T Pro. The latter was indeed sold from 430 euros at its launch, with a Snapdragon 855, 64 GB of storage and 6 GB of RAM.

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