Redmi K30 smartphone confirmed to launch on December 10

After Redmi launched its flagship Redmi K20 and K20 Pro smartphones, the brand had confirmed that it has already started working on the Redmi K30 series smartphones. The company has even shared some of the key details about the upcoming device.
Recently, Xiaomi founder and CEO had revealed that the Redmi K30 smartphone will make its debut by the end of this year. Well, that is turning out to be true as Lu Weibing, General Manager of Redmi brand has officially announced the launch date.
The Redmi K30 smartphone is now confirmed to go official in the company’s home market China on 10th December. However, it is believed that the company will only launched the Redmi K30 smartphone while the K30 Pro will go official next year.
It’s noteworthy that the Redmi K30 will be the company’s first smartphone to come with support for dual-mode 5G which includes SA and NSA modes. So far, it is known that the phone will come with a punch-hole display.
The punch-hole cut-out on top of the display will be housing two front-facing camera sensors. Further, it has been revealed that the smartphone will come with support for 30W fast charging technology.
Apart form these features, nothing has been officially revealed related to the specifications of the upcoming Redmi K30 smartphone. However, leaks indicate that the phone will have a 6.66-inch display with a 1080 x 2400 pixels Full HD+ screen resolution. It is also expected to come with side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

Under the hood, the device could come powered by Qualcomm’s new 7xx-series processor with support for dual-mode 5G, coupled with Adreno 618 graphics processor. This is the same GPU that the company has used in Snapdragon 730 and Snapdragon 730G.
An image of the smartphone that recently got leaked reveals that the phone will have support for 120Hz refresh rate, which is totally unexpected as the company seems to be going a step ahead by adopting 120Hz instead of 90Hz but it could be for the Pro model.
We are expecting the smartphone to run Android 9 Pie operating system out-of-the-box along with the company’s new MIUI 11 custom user interface. To know more about the phone, including full specifications, pricing, and availability details, we’ll have to wait a couple of weeks for the official launch event to take place.