Xiaomi is likely to introduce the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro Flagship smartphones in this month. As per the rumors, it is expected to go official in the coming week. On the other hand, Redmi is now working on the flagship device Redmi K30 Pro. As per the recent report, Redmi K30 may not be arriving with a 108MP camera.
So far, we expected that the Redmi K30 Pro will have a 108MP camera sensor, but as per the Digital Chat Station on Weibo, who shared that instead of a 108MP camera sensor, the Redmi K30 Pro could come with Sony IMX686 64MP camera sensor.
Apart from the primary 64MP camera, the K30 Pro may sport a rear quad-camera setup with a similar circular pattern in Redmi K30, which will include the vertical quad-camera setup. But the placement of the lens in Redmi K30 Pro will be different from the base variant Redmi K30.
Just like the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro, the Redmi K30 Pro will be geared up with Snapdragon 865. Other details are currently not available but soon be surfaced online in the coming days.
As per the prices, the Mi 10 series could be priced between 3,500 Yuan ($499 approx) to 5,000 Yuan ($713 approx) and is expected to launch in China in the coming weeks. On the other hand, K30 Pro could be costing around 3,500 Yuan and is expected in China. Therefore, the Xiaomi will most probably make the Redmi K30 Pro official by the end of March, so that the Mi 10 series sale don’t have have any disturbance.
It is still advisable to wait for the official confirmation to rely on.