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Xiaomi Will Soon Bring A Special Redmi K30i



Xiaomi Will Soon Bring A Special Redmi K30i

The Redmi K30 is not officially available yet, the Poco X2 from India has not yet found its way to Europe. Nevertheless, another version of Redmi K30 is already announced in China, the only change apparently affecting the camera on the back. It will probably launch soon as the Redmi K30i.

Over the past few weeks, reports and leaks have been emerging about a cheaper new version of the popular Redmi K30 5G. The device would hit the market under the name of Redmi K30i during the next month of May. Now, the alleged Redmi K30i has been listed on TENAA with images. Thanks to this, we can confirm some of its main differences with the original model. In advance, the new version will mount a 48-megapixel main camera sensor.

The Redmi K30i and its differences with the original model

48MP main camera

Xiaomi had launched The Redmi K30 5G in December last year, 2019. It was the first Xiaomi’s 5G smartphone. The device has a configuration of four cameras on its back. The rear camera premiere the new 64-megapixel Sony IMX686 sensor.

The latest version, for this part, maintains a quad-camera configuration in its rear area but changes the 64MP sensor for a less powerful 48MP one. It is not known yet which camera model the Xiaomi sub-brand will use for the new version of its mid-range devices. However, some sources suspected that it is a Sony sensor.

It will also keep a dual front camera

An alleged Redmi K30i render had previously emerged that showed the device with a triple rear camera setup instead of four sensors. However, it is confirmed that it was not real since the listing on TENAA also included a couple of images showing the front and rear design of the phone.

The image below showed us the screen of the device, but if you look closer, we can see that it will also maintain two perforations on its screen for two front cameras.

Image credit; Notebookcheck

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