Xiaomi has just unveiled the Redmi K40 series smartphones and many fans of this brand are waiting for these models to be released globally. While no details have been released on the global or global release date of the Redmi K40 series handsets, it is said that these handsets will be marketed under the Poco name, at least in some areas.
According to a list recently released by IMDA, the smartphone with the model number M2012K11AG, which is apparently the standard version of the Redmi K40, will be launched in the global market as a phone with the Poco brand. Just like the Redmi K40, it will support next-generation or 5G networks.
Given Poco and Redmi’s record of accomplishment, this is quite possible, and the phone will likely be called the Poco F3 or Poco F3 Pro.
The Redmi K40 series was officially unveiled in China a few days ago. All three models of the series have a 6.67-inch Super AMOLED display with 1080p resolution and support a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a touch-sampling rate of 360 Hz. A 4520 mAh battery with a charging speed of 33 watts and a dual rear camera are other features of this series. Of course, the main camera sensor in these three phones is different, and while the Redmi K40 Pro Plus uses a 108-megapixel sensor, the standard K40 Pro and K40 use 64 and 48-megapixel sensors, respectively.
The Redmi K40 Pro and K40 Pro Plus use the Snapdragon 888 processing chip, but the standard model in this series is equipped with the 7nm Snapdragon 870 chip. However, all three models have the ability to connect to fifth generation or 5G networks.