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Redmi K30 to have dual punch-hole display and 5G support

14 October 2019 0

It’s too early to know about smartphones getting launched in 2020 but we can’t just ignore what’s coming our way or what the companies are feeding to the tech world. Redmi K20 is still a very new and liable competitor in its price segment but we have started to hear about its successor already. It’s obvious that the company would bring the iteration to this most favorite phone but learning too early about it may lower down your craze a bit.

Now, Redmi has itself confirmed what the Redmi K30 may look like. According to the company, Redmi K30 will feature dual punch hole to accommodate two selfie cameras, just like the Galaxy S10 Plus phone that comes with dual front-cameras housed in two punch-holes.

This is the second key information we are learning about the upcoming device, back in August, it got confirmed that K30 will be the first from the company to have 5G support.

No other details are accompanying this big confirmation. But we can take an estimate on its launch. Considering that the Redmi K20 series was unveiled in May this year, the Redmi K30 series may also launch in the first half of 2020. It’s expected that the Redmi K30 could feature the very latest and trendy Snapdragon 855 Plus processor that also got debuted with the Redmi K20 Pro Exclusive Edition.

Also, it could come with some better cameras, expectedly the Samsung GW1 64MP. Nothing else should be expected, at least for now, considering we are quite at a good distance from its probable launch.

So stay tuned and wait for more information to join in.

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