Today, Lu Weibing, Xiaomi Group Vice President, and Redmi Brand General Manager officially shared the launch date of Redmi K30 on 10 October. However, the Redmi K30 specs and hands-on image of the device has leaked online.
The Redmi K30 specs have been shared by an Indian leakster on Twitter. The post he shared includes the rumored specification list for the Redmi K30 4G version. So don’t come to any conclusion now.
Redmi K30 specs (leaked)
According to the leakster, there could be a 4G version of the Redmi K30, but as per the official information, there will be a Redmi K30 with 5G dual-mode, which is going to launch on 10 October and a Redmi K30 Pro 5G in 2020. Officials don’t yet confirm the existence of the K30 4G version. But if this turns real, then there is a possibility that on 10 October, Xiaomi may announce both the 5G and 4G for the Redmi K30.
Coming to the post shared by the leakster, which includes the specs of the 4G version. The specs he shared are SD 730G, a 6.6-inch LCD, dual punch-hole, 120Hz, side-mounted fingerprint sensor, Andriod 10 with MIUI 11, 3.5mm headphone jack, and IR Blaster. Previously we heard all these rumored specs for the Redmi K30 5G. However, the list also includes the camera information- Rear (60MP IMX686 + 8MP telephoto lens + 13MP wide-angle lens + 2MP) Front (32MP + TOF 3D face recognition), 5000 mAh battery with 27W charging and NFC support.
No such rumored information about the Redmi K30 camera setup has been shared so far. But again, if this turns real, then the camera setup for the Redmi K30 5G likely be the same.
My advice will be to digest this news casually for the time being.
On the other hand, another leakster has shared the hands-on image of the Redmi K30.
Xaiomi fans will love this hands-on image of the device ahead of the launch. In this image, we can see the front dual camera, a uniform thin bezel all around the screen with impressive curves around the edges.
Again, no glimpse of the rear panel yet, but we don’t have to wait for more as the launch date is confirmed on 10 October.