The Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi might be on the way to introduce new versions of two of its best-selling phones. A variant of the Redmi K30 5G was certified with 10 GB RAM, while the regular Redmi Note 8 is now licensed with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage.
Both entries were approved on Chinese regulatory TENAA, where the two models got their specs updated.
Aside from the more memory, nothing else is new - Redmi K30 5G has a Snapdragon 765G chipset, four cameras and two punch holes for the dual selfie cameras. The Redmi Note 8 also has four snappers on the back, but it falls in the midrange category - runs on Snapdragon 665 and costs as little as CNY999 ($140) at home.
Noone started complaining about the oled in the k20. People were rather surprised.
Noone complained about OLED on the k20. On the contrary. An OLED Display at that price point was amazing. Xiaomi ist Just being stubborn. The X2 pro did OLED, 90hz, and insane brightness for an amazing price point. Xiaomi is saving money with the w...
Just get oled? You do realize that the price will definitely increase And everyone will start complaining, same with the k20