Last month, we heard that a Redmi K30 device would come with 5G support and a hole-punch selfie camera in the display. About a month later, and Xiaomi has confirmed the timeframe for the K30 smartphone.
First image of Redmi K30 from October
The news was shared by Lu Weibing, Vice President of Xiaomi Group, via Weibo. Following a post about the China Mobile Worldwide Partner Conference and Redmi’s brief history with the partner, Weibing ended with “2020, Redmi 5G is a pioneer. K30 see!” – roughly translated from Chinese.
Along with the post was a small chart showing the Redmi device amongst its competitors in China.
The Redmi K30 is expected to come with dual 5G standby support with a Qualcomm 7250 chipset that would allow the feature. It’s also expected to have dual-selfie cameras that punch out of the display, kind of like the S10+. Not much else is known about the K30, but we’ll surely find out as its launch in China approaches next year.