Redmi K60 gets 3C certification, supports 67W charging

Redmi K60

Chinese manufacturer, Xiaomi, is working on the successor of the Redmi K50 series. Recently, the regular version of the Redmi K60 got the Chinese 3C certification. This device comes with model number 23013RK75C. The charger model is MDY-12-EF and it supports up to 67W fast charging. According to previous reports, the Redmi K60 standard version will use a Dimensity 8200 chip. The phone will also use a 48-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization (OIS). This device will also support QHD+ resolution with an eye protection feature. This flagship will also use a flexible straight screen with a center punch-hole design. 

Redmi K60

Under the hood, reports have it that the Redmi K60 will use a 5500 mAh battery. In addition to the 67W wire charging, this device will also support 30W wireless charging. The Redmi K60 Pro will support up to 120W wire fast charging and 30W wireless charging. The processor will be the Snapdragon 8 + Gen 1.

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Redmi K60 series’s previous speculations

According to @DCS, the Redmi K60 series will have three models. The models include Redmi K60, K60 Pro and K60 Gaming Edition. The chips in this series will be the MediaTek Dimensity 8200, Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chips. However, the blogger also reveals that this device will not launch until next year. Xiaomi’s next-generation sub-series model is the Dimensity/Snapdragon dual platform with TSMC’s 4nm process. He also reveals that the display has a center single punch-hole design. The flexible display supports 2K resolution and it also uses a 50-megapixel new outsole is used. It has two fast charging solutions for large batteries of 100 watts. Furthermore, this flagship series will also re-introduce the optical under-screen fingerprint sensor. Considering that this series will not launch until next year, a lot can change. Keep a tab with us and we will keep you abreast with the proceedings regarding this series.

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