Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi unveiled the K20 series back in May, and today the company announced that it will follow it up with the K30 series on December 10.
This information comes to us through Redmi VP and General Manager Lu Weibing, who took to Weibo to make the announcement.
The K30 series will support dual-mode 5G, which is a first for Redmi smartphones.
Weibing's post also includes a poster that reveals the K30 will sport a display surrounded by slim bezels on three sides and an oval-shaped hole in the upper-right corner for the dual selfie camera, which is another first for the Chinese phone maker.
Upon closer inspection, you can also see that the phone has a very wide earpiece, which hints that it may double up as a speaker for stereo sound.
Details are scarce about the Redmi K30, but rumors have it that it will arrive with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 7xx series chipset. Live images of the smartphone that leaked recently suggest the phone will boast a 120Hz display, and its 3C certification confirmed the K30 will arrive with 30W fast charging support.
More details about the Redmi K30 series should surface in the coming days.
The punch hole is a pain in all honesty, but giving up the phone and its 120Mhz refresh rate screen because of it is too much. then again This phone will probably sell for $400-$500 given all these characteristics while also 5G is useless in like 80%...
What the hell, k20 pro premium never came to Europe so I was excited for k30 with it's potential sd855+ or even better sd865 but now there are rumors of some mediatek being used in the pro model 😈😈😈😈&am...