Redmi K30 Pro feature

This strongly suggests that the Redmi K30 Pro will feature a pop-up selfie camera, much like the Redmi K30 Pro.

Other than the lack of a display cutout, though, we don’t expect the Redmi K30 and Redmi K Pro to look much different from one another.
Redmi K30 Pro: Specs and features

The K30 and K30 Pro didn’t look very different from one another. Under the hood, though, they were very different. The K30 Pro featured some significant spec bumps with its internals, so we expect the Redmi K30 Pro to also see some internal improvements as compared to the K.

We can now fully confirm that the K30 Pro will come with the latest-and-greatest smartphone processor, the Qualcomm Snapdragon. The K Pro came with the then-latest Snapdragon in, so it’s logical that the follow-up will see the version.

With the SD on board, it should come as little surprise that the Redmi K Pro will be G-capable. The presence of the SD also suggests that there won’t be two versions of the K Pro. Instead, we’ll likely see just one G version with no G-only variant.
It’s possible the K Pro could have an OLED panel instead of an LCD panel, but we’re not sure. The Redmi K features a Hz display refresh rate, which would likely not appear on a device like the K Pro if it has an OLED panel, simply because However, the K Pro may join the OnePlus and the Samsung Galaxy S series in offering an OLED group with a Hz display refresh rate.

Another feature the K30 saw downgraded as compared to the K series is the fingerprint sensor. It’s certainly possible that the Redmi K Pro will see the return of the in-display sensor.

It’s also likely the K Pro will feature some camera upgrades compared to the K. But both XDA and Weibo tipster Digital Chat Station report that the phone will pack an MP primary camera much like the standard K. Hopefully, the Snapdragon processor brings image quality improvements and the likes of K recording.

In terms of endurance and charging, Digital Chat Station reports that the Pro model will offer a mAh battery with W wired charging. This compares favorably to the Redmi K’s, mAh pack, and W speeds.

Redmi K 30Pro.

Redmi K30 Pro: Price and availability

The entry-level version of the Redmi K is around $, so the Pro variant can only be so expensive before it would seem like too much of a different device from the K.
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In another poster, Redmi confirms that the K Pro will not have a notch or a punch-hole camera, leading us to believe that the company could be sticking with the pop-up style camera found on the K Pro.

While we’d already heard rumors that the K Pro would be kitted out with the chipset, Redmi still has yet to confirm whether the camera will be limited to MP or if it will take on Xiaomi’s record-breaking MP sensor.

The Redmi K, on the other hand, features a .-inch screen with a fast Hz refresh rate, a quad-camera setup with an MP, an MP, and two MP sensors and offers up to GB storage and GB RAM. The K launched in China in December.

Hannah joined Trusted Reviews as a staff writer in after graduating with a degree in English from Royal Holloway, University of London.
The Xiaomi Redmi K Pro was spotted on Geekbench last month with a Snapdragon SoC. Now a company exec has confirmed that the K Pro will indeed have a Snapdragon chipset.

The K30 Pro will be unveiled next month with a notch-less display and G support.

This strongly suggests that the Redmi K Pro will feature a pop-up selfie camera, much like the Redmi K Pro.

Other than the lack of a display cutout, though, we don’t expect the Redmi K30 and Redmi K30 Pro to look much different from one another.
Redmi K Pro: Specs and features

The K30 and K30 Pro didn’t look very different from one another. Under the hood, though, they were very different. The K30 Pro featured some significant spec bumps with its internals, so we expect the Redmi K30 Pro to also see some internal improvements as compared to the K30.

We can now fully confirm that the K Pro will come with the latest-and-greatest smartphone processor, the Qualcomm Snapdragon. The K Pro came with the then-latest Snapdragon in, so it’s logical that the follow-up will see the version.

With the SD on board, it should come as little surprise that the Redmi K Pro will be G-capable. The presence of the SD also suggests that there won’t be two versions of the K Pro. Instead, we’ll likely see just one G version with no G-only variant.

It’s possible the K Pro could have an OLED panel instead of an LCD panel, but we’re not sure. The Redmi K features a Hz display refresh rate, which would likely not appear on a device like the K Pro if it has an OLED panel, simply because However, the K Pro may join the OnePlus and the Samsung Galaxy S series in offering an OLED group with a Hz display refresh rate.

Another feature the K saw downgraded as compared to the K series is the fingerprint sensor. It’s certainly possible that the Redmi K Pro will see the return of the in-display sensor.

It’s also likely the K Pro will feature some camera upgrades compared to the K. But both XDA and Weibo tipster Digital Chat Station report that the phone will pack an MP primary camera much like the standard K. Hopefully, the Snapdragon processor brings image quality improvements and the likes of K recording.

In terms of endurance and charging, Digital Chat Station reports that the Pro model will offer a mAh battery with W wired charging. This compares favorably to the Redmi K’s, mAh pack, and W speeds.

The entry-level version of the Redmi K is around $, so the Pro variant can only be so expensive before it would seem like too much of a different device from the K.
The best Android phones available right now

In another poster, Redmi confirms that the K Pro will not have a notch or a punch-hole camera, leading us to believe that the company could be sticking with the pop-up style camera found on the K Pro.

The Redmi K, on the other hand, features a .-inch screen with a fast Hz refresh rate, a quad-camera setup with an MP, an MP, and two MP sensors and offers up to GB storage and GB RAM. The K launched in China in December.

Hannah joined Trusted Reviews as a staff writer in after graduating with a degree in English from Royal Holloway, University of London.
The Xiaomi Redmi K Pro was spotted on Geekbench last month with a Snapdragon SoC. Now a company exec has confirmed that the K Pro will indeed have a Snapdragon chipset.

The K30 Pro will be unveiled next month with a notch-less display and G support.

For photography, the Redmi K30 Pro will sport a quad camera on the back, with an MP Sony IMX central unit.

For photography, the Redmi K30 Pro will sport a quad camera on the back, with an 48MP Sony IMX central unit.

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