At the end of January, specifically on January 25, 2021, Redmi introduced the world's flagship smartphones Redmi K40, Redmi K40 Pro and Redmi K40 Pro Plus. Unfortunately, all these smartphones are intended only in front of the domestic Chinese market.
However, we have only recently learned that the basic Chinese model called the K40 will enter the global market under the name POCO F3. Based on the latest leaks, the Redmi K40 Pro Plus smartphone is likely to face a similar fate.
Redmi K40 Pro Plus as Xiaomi Mi 11i
Xiaomi Mi 11i is a smartphone designed for the global market, which was discovered by a renowned leakster in the MIUI code. This smartphone also bears the name of the Indian market Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro or Redmi K40 Pro Plus in the Chinese market.
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These reports will delight especially fans of the popular Redmi K model line, which is known in several markets under different names. The equipment of the K40 Pro Plus smartphone brings the best available specifications, new to the global market.
If the above-mentioned conjectures come true, we can slowly look forward to a great smartphone produced by the Chinese giant. Under the hood we find a processor Snapdragon 888 5G along with 12 GB RAM a 256 GB internal storage.
It covers the front 6,67 ″ Super AMOLED display with fully sufficient resolution Full HD + (1080 x 2400 pixels) and refresh rate 120 Hz. In the middle shot we find a selfie camera with resolution 20 MPx.
The back consists of three sensors and an LED flash. The main camera has a resolution 108 MPx and luminosity f / 1.8. He 's not missing either 8 MPx wide-angle sensor with an angle of view of 119 ° and finally we find it here 5 MPx telemacro sensor.
The battery in the smartphone has the capacity 4520 mAh, where the maximum charging power is 33 W. The smartphone is pre-installed with the latest Android 11 operating system together with the MIUI 12 extension.
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