There are basically no shortcomings in all aspects of the design of the Redmi K40 series. The appearance, screen, and performance are remarkable. Recently, we have seen a couple of reports regarding the Redmi K50 series. According to previous reports, the Redmi K50 series will officially arrive around the Spring Festival. This series will have the standard version and the Pro version. According to the latest report regarding this device, the Redmi K50 series will support a 67W fast charging capacity.
Recall that the Redmi K40 and K40 Pro both support 33W fast charging while the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition supports 67W fast charging. Previous reports also claim that this device will use a single center punch-hole display design. Also, it will come with the upcoming Snapdragon 895 SoC. As a flagship model, this device will use a 120Hz refresh rate screen. However, it will miss out on the under-display camera technology. Nevertheless, it will use 48MP and 108MP main cameras. While the high model will use a 108MP main camera, the other models will have a 48MP main camera.
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However, if the Redmi K50 series will use the Snapdragon 895 SoC, then it will probably not launch this year. Qualcomm will release its next-generation flagship SoC in December at the earliest. Xiaomi is expected to debut this chip just like last year with a device from the Mi digital series. Thus, if the Redmi K50 series must arrive this year, it will most likely not use the Snapdragon 895 SoC. If it must use this processor, the Redmi will have to unveil this series in the first quarter of next year.
According to a report from @DCS, the Redmi K50 series already has a network access model. Furthermore, he speculates that the Redmi K50 series will likely officially arrive before the Spring Festival. There are also reports that the Redmi K50 series has actually begun internal planning. There are claims that the two iterative products of the series maintain a similar design style. The front side of both models adopts a 120Hz single punch-hole screen solution. Of course, this will make this smartphone miss the experience of true full screen. However, Redmi flagships cant have it all because of their pricing.
The Redmi K40 is so popular that even after a few months of release, the demand is still high. In view of the excellent performance of the K40 series, many people are already looking forward to the debut of the Redmi K50 series.