Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced Edition gets Inverse Scale colorway

Redmi K40 Gaming Smartphones

Xiaomi recently launched the Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced Edition on global markets as POCO F3 GT. The original device was a neat surprise from Redmi after years of speculation suggesting its arrival in the gaming scene. It packs compelling specifications and tries to deliver a solid experience for its users and is more affordable than the big majority of gaming smartphones. The device also brings a unique style rather than being a bulky powerhouse. It came in many colorways including a neat yellow Bruce Lee Edition. Today, Redmi is adding one more colorway for those who enjoy a unique style – The inverse Scale.

The new colorway will be available this week and translates as “Inverse (Reverse) Scale”. Interestingly, it stands out pretty much from others in a unique way. Real live photos and an unboxing video emerged today. They give us a better look at the smartphone and its unique look. According to the Chinese brand, it was able to achieve the special finish using microcrystalline technology. The result is an appearance that is similar to a star-filled sky from afar and a slab of granite of closeup. The device even packs a matte finish and is fingerprint resistant and non-slip.

The photos come from the popular leakster Digital Chat Station. The videos, on the other hand, come from official unboxing from a reviewer. Despite the unique look, the Inverse Scale packs the very same specifications as other variants.

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Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced Edition specifications

The Redmi K40 Gaming Edition packs a huge 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a 102 Hz refresh rate and a Full HD+ resolution with 2,400 x 1,080 pixels. It has a center-aligned punch-hole. Under the hood, we have the excellent MediaTek Dimensity 1200 processor which is paired with a Mali-G77 MC9 GPU. The phone has up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of Internal Storage. According to Lu Weibing, the variant with 12 GB / 128 GB is the best-selling in China.

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In terms of optics, the K40 Gaming Edition packs a triple-camera setup. There is a 64 MP primary camera, an 8 MP ultrawide snapper, and a 2 MP macro camera. For selfies and video calls, it gets the job done with a 16 MP snapper. The device also packs stereo speakers tuned by JBL and has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. There are retractable trigger buttons for enhanced gaming.

There is a 5,065 battery keeping the lights on complete with 67W fast-charging. In addition to the new Inverse Scale colorway, users can acquire the smartphone in Black, Gray, Silver, and in a Bruce Lee Special Edition.

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