xiaomi redmi k40 pro,xiaomi redmi k40 5g,xiaomi redmi k40 pro price in india: Redmi K40 series is tipped to launch this month while the Snapdragon 888-powered Redmi K40 Pro is coming in early 2021. We Are Regularly published Articles of Freebies / Free Samples Loots In Our Telegram Channel as Well Facebook Page. Recently We Have posted Today’s Amazon Quiz Answer& Here is One More article that What Are Best Wireless Earbuds Under Rs.1500
Exactly one year ago, Xiaomi tested the Redmi K30 series in China as its first 5G series of smartphones. The Redmi K30 5G was the first device to use the Snapdragon 765G chip-set while a Redmi K30 Pro later used the Snapdragon 865 chipset for delivering a flagship experience. This year, the leaks are reveal out to a Redmi K40 launching this month whereas the Redmi K40 Pro coming out early next year
Based on a Leak from MyDrivers, Company said that Xiaomi is preparing the Redmi K40 for an announcement this month. This Redmi K40 will debut an unreleased Snapdragon 700 series chip, the latter we believe would be announced soon. There are chances of this chip being the successor to the aging Snapdragon 765G chip, probably bringing improved raw performance and better 5G connectivity.
Redmi K40 series almost on the horizon
Details on the Redmi K40 are sparse, or to better describe, unavailable, at the moment. We don’t know what the device would look like and what upgrades will it offer over the pretty impressive Redmi K30 itself. We saw the slightly watered-down Redmi K30 4G in India earlier this year as the Poco X2, a phone we still think offers the best value in the sub-Rs 20,000 segment.
The Redmi K40 Pro is also said to come with an OLED display and have a refresh rate of 120Hz. The vanilla version, i.e. the Redmi K40 could use the same 144Hz refresh rate display from the current-gen Mi 10T flagship. Redmi could offer massive battery capacities as well as, at least nothing under 5000mAh capacities. There’s also a high chance we could see this one making it to India as the Poco X4 (maybe?).