Xiaomi has teased their Redmi K50 series again via a poster. This definitely does hint at the series launch being right around the corner, most likely in February, 2022. So far, we know that the series will include four models. These include the vanilla Redmi K50, followed by Redmi K50 Pro, Redmi K50 Pro+ and Redmi K50 Gaming.
Noted tipster Mukul Sharma shares this piece of information. In addition, he also reveals that the brand is gearing up to launch their POCO F4 GT as well. The smartphone very recently made an appearance on the IMEI database as well. This does back up the report of its imminent launch. Now, without any further ado, let us take a quick look into what to expect from the Redmi K50 models.
Redmi K50 Series Specifications
Thanks to popular tipster Digital Chat Station, we know a couple vital things about the upcoming handsets. For starters, DCS believes that the handsets will feature a centrally aligned punch-hole display design. Furthermore, the tipster talks about the handsets featuring fast refresh rate display panels as well.
Under the hood, the smartphones are expected to be powered by MediaTek Dimensity 8000 and 9000 SoCs. In addition, there is also going to be a device that is powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. All-in-all, we are looking at a flagship series for sure.
Another report suggests that all four of the Redmi K50 series models could come pre-installed with MIUI 13. So, we are looking at Android 12 as well, if that is to be believed. It only makes sense. With Android 12 OS being out for quite some time now, it is only understandable that the latest handsets run on it.
Some detail about the Redmi K50 series camera setups have been revealed too. The vanilla Redmi K50 is expected to sport a 48-megapixel primary rear camera sensor. On the other hand, the K50 Pro will reportedly offer a 50-megapixel primary rear camera sensor. Finally, the most flagship model, the K50 Pro+ is expected to flaunt a 108-megapixel primary sensor in its rear camera setup.
The K50 Pro+ from the Redmi K50 series is also expected to pack a 120W fast charging support. Meanwhile, the other models from the series will reportedly offer 100W fast charging support. For now, this is all that is known about the handsets. Hopefully, more details will surface online ahead of their official launch next month.
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