Xiaomi has yet another phone to compete in the intermediate segment: the Redmi sub-brand recently introduced the K30i 5G, a branded device that features configurations that include a 48 MP camera and 120 Hz screen, in addition to a price so competitive that it guarantees the model the title the cheapest in the K line with the new connection standard.
The smartphone screen is 6.67 Full HD + and has a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which ensures more fluidity during use and an advanced gaming experience. The K30i’s display also includes support for HDR10 and Gorilla Glass 5 protection.
The Redmi cell phone also has two front cameras, which are located in an opening in the upper right corner of the display. The main sensor of 20 MP comes with a secondary solution of 2 MP, which serves to enhance the experience in photos with bokeh effect.
48 MP camera and Snapdragon 765G
At the rear, the product has a set of four vertical cameras. The main solution comes with 48 MP and comes with 8 MP ultrawide, 5 MP macro and 2 MP for depth of field sensors. Like other models in the line, the device has a fingerprint reader on the side.
Inside, the new phone has a Snapdragon 765G chip, an intermediate model from Qualcomm that brings support for 5G connections. The component also has eight processing cores and appears on other devices in the K30 line.
The phone’s settings include a 4,500 mAh battery, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB for storage. The device also features high-quality speakers, USB-C connection and a dedicated headphone jack, as well as support for payments via NFC. The operating system is Android 10 modified with the latest version of MIUI 11.
Pricing and availability
The Redmi K30i will hit the Chinese market on June 2 through retailer JD.com. The model will be sold in blue, red, purple and white, costing 1,899 Yuan, about R $ 1,420 in direct conversion. With this, the device becomes the cheapest of the K30 line to bring 5G.
So far, Xiaomi has not revealed the availability of the smartphone in other countries.