Xiaomi Redmi K30 Pro will be released next year

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Xiaomi Redmi k30

If you haven’t known, the Xiaomi Redmi K30 will be released on December 10th. We was actually expecting it to launch alongside the K30 Pro but a tweet from a user has revealed that the K30 Pro will be released next year on March. The smartphone comes in 4G, 5G and a Pro version. Recent report online claims that the Pro model will arrive officially in March 2020. If that be the case, we guess the company will probably announce the device but it will hit the market next year.

As for the Redmi K30 Pro secs, there are reports that the smartphone will come with a Snapdragon 865 processor + Snapdragon X55 5G baseband. Some citizens ask whether it will be released in India or China; Sudhanshu Ambhore said that it is obviously the Chinese market. According to Lu Weibing, Xiaomi VP and general manager of the Redmi brand, the Redmi K30 will use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC which integrates a Snapdragon X52 5G modem. The Redmi K30 supports SA/NSA 5G dual-mode 5G network and has a downlink peak of 3.7Gbps.

Xiaomi Redmi K30 release date

At the same time, it uses the fifth-generation Qualcomm AIE artificial intelligence engine. This engine has a Top 5 AI computing power. Other features on this smartphone include a side fingerprint sensor, dual punch-hole front camera, and 12 antenna design. Furthermore, the Redmi K30 supports up to 30W fast charge while the K30 Pro will support up to 66W fast charge. We don’t know if Xiaomi is trying to trick us again. If you remember when they are about to release the Mi Note 10 series, the CEO of the company revealed that the Mi Note 10 series is discontinued till next year but after a month of this announcement, the Mi Note 10 arrived.

Xiaomi Redmi K30

So there are huge possibility that the REDMI K30 Pro will be launched alongside the standard K30 but will go on sale next year. Anyways, let’s wait and see.

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