We've been hearing about the Redmi K40 for a long time now, and today the company VP Lu Weibing finally confirmed that K40 will be unveiled on February 25.
Machine translating Mr Lu's Weibo post from Chinese reveals the Redmi K40 will come with a brand new design, have a brand new positioning, and offer a brand new experience.
The post didn't reveal the design of the Redmi K40 or detail its specs, but the exec previously confirmed that the K40 series will come with a Snapdragon 888 SoC, feature the most expensive flat screen, and pack a battery larger than 4,000 mAh. Lu Weibing also said that the starting price of the K40 lineup will be CNY2,999 ($465/€385).
The Redmi K40 lineup reportedly includes three models - vanilla K40, K40S, and K40 Pro. All three will likely support 5G networks, and the Pro variant is rumored to sport a 108MP primary camera.
With the unveiling still over two weeks away, you can expect to hear a lot more about the K40 lineup in the coming days from leaksters and company officials.
Source (in Chinese)
Question will there global set release?? as no more collaborate with poco...
Usually on their camera, speaker, display etc. Mi series probably had better quality than redmi series but redmi offers more affordable price
I think you're just made chaos around. I manage supply chain costing and outsourcing of global chips and component for many handset brand and all of them been tested in lab before released to factory. If those chips 100% sourced from Japan / US,...