Redmi K30i smartphone will take on the challenge to be the cheapest 5G smartphone on the global market and it would probably be available outside of China too.
Redmi K30 launched back in December, only the Chinese variant offered 5G connectivity with the global one settling for 4G only.
But to keep the price low,the Redmi K30i would most probably employ a cheaper 48MP main sensor for its quad-camera array on the back instead of the 64MP one found on the current Redmi K30 phones.
Information comes from a string in the default MIUI Camera app aimed at a phone named “Picasso”, which is the code name for the Redmi K30 5G.
Since we know that the K30 5G in China is using 64MP camera, it’s safe to assume that this is the international Redmi K30i smartphone variant for global market.
During an online webinar with tech enthusiasts and members of the media, Poco India general manager Chandolu Manmohan, confirmed that the recently launched Redmi K30 Pro will not come as the Poco F2 or Poco X2 Pro in India.
This does not rule out the possibility of the K30 Pro coming to India under the Poco brand but just that it won’t be called Poco F2 or X2 Pro. In addition, consumers expecting an INR 20,000 ($265) price tag for a Poco device with a flagship chipset might not possible this time around.
Another detail confirmed during the web meeting is that Poco is bringing a pair of true wireless (TWS) earbuds to the Indian market but there is no detail as to when this product will launch.
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