Lu Weibing: Redmi K30 Pro production capacity and stocking is adequate

Redmi K30 Pro

Earlier today, Lu Weibing, vice president of Xiaomi Group and general manager of Redmi brand, issued a post indicating that Redmi K30 Pro will not have any stocking issues. His message indicates that the production capacity and stocking of this smartphone is adequate. His words

“At present, after the release of the Redmi K30 Pro, I should not need to go to the factory to screw …”

Redmi K30 Pro

This message technically cites the tight schedule of the Xiaomi Mi 9. Recall that in the production of the Mi 9, Lei Jun (Xiaomi’s CEO) had to do some physical production work.

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The Redmi K30 Pro will arrive this month. It will use a pop-up full-screen display and it will be Xiaomi’s first pop-up SD865 flagship. Supporting the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC will be an LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.0 flash memory. The rear main camera maybe a 64MP shooter and this device will support up to 33W flash charge.

Redmi Product Director, Wang Teng, also hinted that the price of the Redmi K30 Pro is more than 3,000 yuan ($429). However, Lu Weibing says that the K30 Pro will not be higher than the Xiaomi Mi 10 series.

According to, Lu Weibing, in the 5G era, Redmi wants to be a 5G pioneer and insist on high quality. While producing high quality, it will also check its price/performance ratio. Redmi K30 Pro will inherit the pattern of Redmi K20 Pro.

Lu Weibing also stated on Weibo that the Redmi K30 Pro conference will not only include mobile phones. However, Redmi may also launch Redmi AIoT products. Netizens also speculated that Redmi WiFi 6 routers, Redmi bands, etc. may be released. At present, Redmi has covered many categories such as routers, smart speakers, TVs, wireless headsets, mobile power supplies, home appliances (washing machines), etc. This ecosystem will be further enriched and improved in the future.

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