Redmi K30 Pro Available Soon with Improved Camera

Recently, a new teaser regarding the upcoming Redmi K30 Pro was released on Weibo, stating the fact that the device will come with Game Turbo3.0 technology. The functions brought by this technology are screen hanging, night vision, AI highlights, voice changers or game floating windows.

Redmi K30 Pro has recently passed the TÜV Rheinland High Gaming Performance Certification, being accredited with the title of a superior gaming smartphone. Its arrival on the market is scheduled on March 24.

The main camera of the device supports OIS (Optical Image Stabilization), according to popular leakster (digital chat station), even though it is still not known if the production version will support dual OIS. Additionally, the main camera is a 64-megapixel Sony IMX686 sensor, which was launched by the Redmi K30 worldwide.

Redmi K30 will use a pop-up full-screen display, having a 64MP shooter and supporting 33W flash charge. It is Xiaomi’s first pop-up SD865 flagship, supporting the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC, adding to this an LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.0 flash memory.

As far as the pricing is concerned, Redmi Product Director, Wang Teng, stated that the price of this smartphone is going to reach more than 3.000 yuan ($429). In contradiction, Lu Weibing militates for quality price ratio and declares that K30 Pro will not be higher than Xiaomi Mi 10 series. Lu Weibing announced that Redmi K30 Pro is specially designed to be a pioneer, insisting on high quality at a fair price.

Lu Weibing stated on Weibo that during the Redmi K30 Pro conference other products may be launched such as Redmi WiFi 6 routers, Redmi bands etc. At present, the company covers a wide range of categories: TVs, wireless headsets, routers, smart speakers, mobile power supplies, home appliances and is looking forward to improving itself in the future.

Austin Barrie

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