Redmi, one of the most successful brands in the Xiaomi subsidiary, announced a few hours ago that the Redmi K50 series handsets will be launched on March 17 (March 26) in China. Will be officially introduced. According to rumors, in this event, we will see the unveiling of three Redmi K50, K50 Pro and K50 Pro Plus phones. Based on the revealed renderings of the Redmi K50 and Redmi K50 Pro, these two phones are very similar in terms of design, and no doubt the Pro Plus model will be based on the same design.
In the poster for After the ceremony, we can see the camera module of one of these phones, which is in the shape of a vertical rectangle and the three cameras are placed in a triangular shape next to each other. As you can see in this poster, the main camera of the phone in question uses a 108-megapixel main camera.
In this regard, it should be noted that Xiaomi unveiled the K50 gaming a few weeks before, and although other K50 series phones were expected to be introduced at the event, this did not happen in the end. This gaming phone uses the flagship Snapdragon 8 generation chipset and is based on a dual steam chamber, which greatly reduces body heat. Xiaomi has also used a 6.67-inch old display for it, which uses a refresh rate of 120 Hz and FHD + resolution. Redmi K50 gaming is powered by a 4700 mAh battery that supports 120 watts of charging speed.
Other features of this gaming phone include a 64-megapixel main camera based on the powerful IMX686 sensor It's Sony. Next to this camera, there is an 8-megapixel ultra-wide and 2-megapixel macro. Selfie fans can also use a 20-megapixel camera with a built-in screen. The base model of this phone uses 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory and is priced at $ 520 in the Chinese market. It was announced some time ago that in the first immediate sale of this phone in the Chinese market, more than 70,000 Redmi K50 gaming devices were sold, which is a very good statistic.
In relation to other phones in this family, namely K50, K50 The Pro and K50 Pro Plus are also said to be launched with the Snapdragon 870, Dimension 8100 and Dimension 9000 chipsets, respectively. MediaTek, which once had little to say about Qualcomm's powerful chips, has now become a strong competitor to the company. An example is the 8100 Dimension Intermediate chipset, which defeated the 8-generation Snapdragon flagship chip in a multi-core Geekbench test. There have been many reports about the power of the 9000 chip, but given that chip-based phones have not yet hit the global market, we can not say for sure.
Apparently, users can choose between three models of 6/128, 8/128 and 8/256 GB to buy the Redmi K50. The Redmi K50 Pro is also expected to be available in 8/128, 8/256 and 12,256 GB models. Both phones will likely support 67-watt fast charge. Regarding the Redmi K50 Pro Plus models, we should mention the capacities of 128.8, 256.8 and 12.256 GB, and also we should not miss the support of 120 watt fast charge.
Apparently, the main camera Like the Pro model, the Redmi K50 Pro Plus is based on a 108-megapixel sensor, but on the Pro Plus model, the camera has optical image stabilization, but the Pro model does not. Given that we will see the unveiling of the Redmi K50 series phones in just one more week, no doubt more details about these phones will be revealed in the coming days.