Xiaomi Redmi’s flagship offering, the Redmi K30 Pro Zoom, which entered the Top 10 ranking’s of DXOMark; will soon be receiving a new update bringing camera optimizations. Xiaomi seems to be working too hard trying to bring out the best photos and videos possible from the smartphone.
Recently, Xiaomi had rolled out a new firmware update to the Mi 10 Ultra which brought some changes to the already existing camera algorithm, claimed it tp move to the next level from the model sent to DXOMark for testing. Now, According to an advisory on Xiaomi community, the Redmi K30 Pro Zoom will also hold a similar update; which will update the firmware to the next version from DXOMark version firmware.
Redmi K30 Pro Zoom to Receive a new Update
As per the feedback from users of Mi 10 Ultra who have recently upgraded the new firmware; the new firmware mainly brought changes in aspects such as the camera and the system stability. Additionally, the focus of most users is on the cameras mainly due to the Mi 10 Ultra; still ranked at the top of DXO’s camera review with an impressive output.
However, Xiaomi has also reportedly been working on the new Redmi K30 Pro Zoom firmware version which will bring new features such as front and rear dual scenes, AI watermark, and voice-activated camera. Additionally, It also adds green orange and black ice filters in the movie frame mode, and also in the video mode. Also added are black gold, cyberpunk and other colour filters.
REDMI K30 PRO ZOOM EDITION SPECIFICATIONS
The K30 Pro comes as Redmi’s attempt to reach all the success achieved by the K20 series during the last year. Under the hood, we have the almighty Snapdragon 865 SoC with X55 Modem for seamless 5G connectivity. The specifications are built around a 6.67-inch bezel-less AMOLED display. In order to deliver this bezel-free experience, the company equipped the handset with a 12MP pop-up front camera.
The camera department is composed of a main 64MP Sony IMX686 camera that comes along with an 8MP telephoto lens, 13MP ultra-wide and a 2MP depth sensor. The 8MP telephoto sensor is behind the 3x optical and 30x digital zoom modes. You can also expect all the camera software features brought by MIUI 11 OS that runs on top of Android 10.
The handset draws power from a 4,700mAh battery with support for 33W fast-charging. This allows the battery to get full in just 1 hour and 3 minutes charging. Other features include NFC and Hi-Res audio support. The major downside of this phone in comparison with its K30 sibling is the display. This particular unit has a 60Hz refresh rate while the vanilla K30 features a 120Hz display. According to Redmi’s GM Lu Weibing, this was a necessary move to make the price attractive.