Xiaomi is going to launch an updated version of its Redmi K30 Pro smartphone, which latest reports say will be named Redmi K30 Ultra. The new device with model number M2006J10C is now on TENAA with full specs sheet and pictures, and we see a lot of similarities with its siblings.
However, there is one key difference – the new phone will skip on the Snapdragon 865 chipset and will appear with a new platform, likely by Mediatek.
TENAA usually gives only the CPU frequency, but looking at the 2.6 GHz entry, we are likely looking at the Dimensity 1000+ chip, built on the 7nm process. It has four Cortex-A77 cores at the high rate, and four Cortex-A55 units at 2.0 GHz.
RAM and storage come in three tiers each – 6/8/12 GB and 128/256/512 GB, but it’s unclear how Redmi will group those.
The main camera has a 64MP sensor, and is probably identical to what the Redmi K30 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro Zoom have. The front-facing snapper is carried over too – the 20MP sensor is mounted on an elevating mechanism.
According to a calendar for the summer shopping festival at JD.com, Redmi is planning an announcement on August 14. Some leaksters suggest a Redmi Watch, but it is highly likely that we will see the Redmi K30 Ultra arrive as well, presenting itself with its 4,500 mAh battery and 33W fast charging.