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Xiaomi Redmi K30 Series To be Officially Announced on December 10th

Xiaomi Redmi K30

Xiaomi has been one of the most talked-about companies this year. This has been significantly driven by the company’s consistent product releases in the Chinese market as well as globally. Its dominant markets, like India and it’s home market China, are even seeing more product launches that are unavailable in other markets.

Xiaomi’s next product to be announced is the Redmi K30. This is according to Redmi’s VP and General Manager Lu Weibing, who took it on the Chinese microblogging platform, Weibo.

Xiaomi Redmi K30 poster/ Xiaomi

As teased before, Redmi K30 will support dual-mode 5G. Still, from the last tidbits, Redmi K30 will feature a dual selfie camera cut out on display, which is a shift from the motorized pop-up camera on its predecessor.

The camera cutout is placed on the right of the screen, and this is the first Redmi phone to spot a feature like this. Also, this will be the first smartphone in Xiaomi’s Redmi sub-brand to support 5G.

The Redmi K30 will be announced in China on December 10th. Rumor has it that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 7xx series chipset will power the new Redmi K30 series phones. In addition to that, it is touted that the Redmi K30 will ship with a 30W fast charger.

The phone has also been leaked online, showing that it runs on Xiaomi’s latest MIUI iteration. But that does not guarantee it will be precisely based on Android 10 since Xiaomi is one of the few companies that develop its Android skin independent of the Android versions.

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Alvin is a freelance tech journalist. He loves touching new gadgets to see what they got. Covers gadgets, cybersecurity, and social media. Got a tip? send to info@writenexus.com
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