Xiaomi will bring another phone soon under the Redmi K30 lineup, dubbed Redmi K30S. The upcoming smartphone will likely be the last device in the series.
Fresh reports already hint at the Redmi K30S’ specs, so we know what to expect. Also, the phone was spotted on TENAA, where some of its specs were revealed.
Now, the company’s General Manager Lu Weibing offers us more details, teasing us about a soon launch event.
However, even if Weibing didn’t release more information or the upcoming phone’s exact name, Digital Chat Station offers extra details.
Here is what you need to know.
Redmi K30S Possible Specs and Features: What to Expect
According to Digital Char Station, the alleged Redmi K30S might arrive with an affordable price tag, much cheaper than the K30 Ultra.
The Redmi K30 Ultra was launched with a price tag of $300 for the standard variant of 6GB RAM + 128GB onboard storage, and $405, for the high-end model of 8GB RAM + 512GB storage. The upcoming handset is also said to come with similar features to the Mi 10T.
Under the hood, the Redmi K30S might get its power from a powerful Qualcomm processor, the Snapdragon 865 SoC, paired with different RAM and onboard storage configurations.
The Redmi K30S is likely to flaunt a 6.67-inch LTPS panel with an FHD+ resolution of 2400×1080 pixels. In terms of dimension, the phone will measure 165.1×76.4×9.33mm, and it will weigh 216 grams.
Coming to camera capabilities, the Redmi K30S is said to house a 64MP main camera setup at the rear and a 20MP shooter upfront for the best selfies and video calls.
The Redmi K30S might pack a powerful battery with fast charging support and other sleek connectivity features. Unfortunately, the company didn’t release any official statements.
However, we should expect the Redmi K30S to be launched soon.
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