Xiaomi launched the Redmi K50 series in China earlier this year. The company launched the Redmi K50, K50 Pro and the K50 Gaming Edition in China. Xiaomi also launched the K50i in India, which is a rebadged Redmi Note 11T Pro 5G. It has been a few months since the launch of the Redmi K50 series and the rumour mill has now started churning out more leaks of the K60 series.
The Redmi K60 series might debut later this year. There is no official word on the launch date. Meanwhile, tipster Digital Chat Station has revealed some key details of the Redmi K60 series. The tipster claims that the K60 series will adopt a dual-platform strategy and include MediaTek and Snapdragon chipsets. Let’s take a look at the Redmi K60 series specifications, features and other details known so far.
Redmi K60 Series Specifications Tipped
Redmi K60 Series is expected to debut later this year or in early 2023 in China. Ahead of the launch, some key details have leaked. According to Digital Chat Station, the K60 series prototype devices feature MediaTek and Snapdragon chipsets under the hood. The chipsets will be based on TSMC’s 4nm process. If true, we might see Redmi launch its flagship devices with the new Snapdragon 8/ 8+ Gen 1 SoC and MediaTek Dimensity 9000/ 9000+ SoCs.
The tipster further revealed that the K60 series will feature a flexible 2K screen with a hole-punch cutout at the top centre. The rear camera module will house a 50MP main camera sensor. ITHome reported that the 50MP sensor could be a modified version of the Sony IMX766. In addition to this, the K60 series will feature two fast charging solutions for the different battery capacities. The tipster did not reveal the exact battery and fast charging details.
Xiaomi is reportedly working on the launch of the K50 Ultra as well. The device is tipped to launch in August with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC and 120W fast charging. There will be a Dimensity 9000+ SoC variant as well. This variant is likely to support 100W fast charging.
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