Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, releases a plethora of smartphones within a year. In December 2019, the company launched the Redmi K30 5G. This smartphone was one of the cheapest 5G phones at the time. However, new information on the MIIT shows that the Redmi K30 5G with model number “M2001G7AC” has a major change. This smartphone is listed with a 48MP main camera. Recall that the original Redmi K30 5G comes with a 64MP main sensor. In fact, it is the first smartphone to use Sony’s IMX686 64MP sensor.
There are a number of interpretations for this latest report. For starters, it could be a mistake by the handlers of the website. Secondly, it is possible that Redmi needs this device to be cheaper. Another possibility is that this could be a Poco version of this phone. In recent times, there have been numerous speculations that a Redmi K30 series phone will launch as a Poco phone. Thus, we are not ruling out that possibility.
Redmi K30 5G features
The Redmi K30 5G sports a 6.67-inch dual-hole full-screen. The mobile phone uses a display ratio of 20: 9 and with a 91% screen-to-body ratio. This display supports eye protection mode 2.0. The body uses a 3D four-curved glass design as well as a dual Corning GG5 protective glass.
Under the hood, it carries the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G mobile platform which uses a 7nm EUV process. It also integrates the Snapdragon X52 modem and RF system which supports SA / NSA dual-mode network.
As for photography, there is an AI dual-front-camera with a 20MP + 2MP sensors combination (supports cute shooting, movie portrait mode, and RAW format). The rear camera uses a quad-sensor combination of 64MP main lens + 8MP super wide-angle lens + 5MP super macro lens + 2MP DoF lens (1.75μm pixels, supports portrait mode + movie mode). The battery capacity is 4500mAh, and it supports 30W fast charge. However, the biggest selling point of this handset is the dual-mode 5G support. It can also connect 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi at the same time.