Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi continues its way unrivaled in the Indian market, while Samsung has serious moves, especially in the Indian market. With the Redmi brand starting to make flagship phones, we see how much importance the Redmi brand attaches to its autonomy. The Redmi K40 Pro, which we have been reporting for a while, was displayed today in its clearest form.
Obviously, we have to say that the design is similar to the Xiaomi Mi 11 series. But when we fix the leaked images of this phone with Photoshop, we see that there are 4 rear cameras on the phone. From these cameras, we can see that the main sensor is 108 megapixels, just like the Xiaomi Mi 11 series. Other cameras are estimated to be 13 megapixel wide angle, 5 megapixel macro and 2 megapixel bokeh sensors. The front camera will be 30 megapixels.
However, the future of the phone with the Snapdragon 888 chipset is also one of the details that are certain. We already know that the phone will have a 6.81-inch QHD 1444p resolution AMOLED display with 120Hz scanning speed. Let’s also mention that there will be HDR10 + support on the screen. The phone will also have a RAM option of up to 12GB. At this point, there is also information that Redmi will add 6GB + 8GB versions to the phone. On the battery side, Redmi will do its best and put a 5,000mAh battery on the phone.
We are very curious about what the Redmi K40 Pro, which is expected to be officially introduced on February 27, will offer us on the price side. Because when we look at it, the Xiaomi Mi 11 series entered the market with a price of 641 dollars in China and 749 € in Europe.