Redmi K30 Pro to have 64MP quad-camera and 8K Video Recording!


The Chinese tech giant Xiaomi has started teasing some interesting features of its forthcoming flagship, the Redmi K30 Pro. As we know, the release date of the flagship smartphone is approaching soon, so in response to that, Xiaomi has revealed some key specifications of its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Redmi K30 Pro.

We already know all about the design, display, and internals of the upcoming flagship smartphone. But today, on WeiboXiaomi revealed some interesting facts regarding the 64-megapixel quad rear-camera setup.

We know that the Redmi K30 Pro is going to have a 64MP camera sensor, but Xiaomi has now confirmed that the 64MP sensor will be the IMX686 sensor from Sony, which is the same sensor we have seen on the Poco X2 (or Redmi K30) that was launched in India earlier this year.

Redmi K30 Pro camera

The primary sensor will be coupled with a telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom capability, an ultra-wide lens, and maybe, a macro or depth sensor. The camera setup looks really good as compared to its predecessor, the Redmi K20 Pro, which sports a skillful camera system.

Xiaomi has also said that the Redmi K30 Pro will be the first-ever Redmi device to have Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) onboard. The smartphone will come with dual-OIS support, where the primary and telephoto lens will be optically stabilized. This means you will be able to shoot super-stable videos and zoom up to 30x on subjects far away.

Redmi K30 Pro camera details

Just like the Xiaomi’s premium flagship smartphone, the Mi 10, the Redmi K30 Pro is also confirmed to bring 8K video recording support. All thanks to the 5G-enabled Snapdragon 865 chipset onboard.

Apart from the quad-camera setup, the upcoming flagship smartphone is also rumored to have a pop-up selfie camera, but the company has not confirmed anything related to it. So far, the Redmi K30 Pro looks one of the most beautiful budget flagship smartphones of 2020.

Price and Availability 

Xiaomi Product Director Wang Teng Thomas had earlier hinted that the Redmi K30 Pro 5G would be priced between 3,000 Yuan (~$423) and 3,599 Yuan (~$507). According to the rumors, the base model of the Redmi K30 Pro will be equipped with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB storage.

Also, a tech blogger named Moving Uncle created a poll asking whether the Redmi K30 Pro 5G with 3,299 Yuan will be worth buying? Interestingly, Lu Weibing, who is the General Manager of Redmi Brand, has liked the post, which suggests that the phone may indeed carry the said pricing. It means one of the variants of the Redmi K30 Pro will be priced at 3,299 Yuan.

However, I would suggest you guys to take this information as a pinch of salt as currently, there is no confirmation from Redmi about the pricing of the Redmi K30 Pro.

Akshit Tiwari
Just a 20-year-old tech enthusiast who also likes to read and write, just stick with me if you like my work. I believe in Fountain Pen and Chai <3

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