Xiaomi is all geared up to launch the Redmi K30 on December 10th. Though the launch date is still around a week away from now, it turns out that the company does not want us to wait that long and has already given us a glimpse of what Redmi K30 is going to look like. Yesterday, the company unveiled “Kino”, the mascot of the Redmi K30 series and not too long after that, we saw the first leaked poster that demonstrated the rear of the Redmi K30. Today, the company has confirmed that the leaked poster was indeed legitimate.
Redmi K30 official promotional poster
As seen in the images, the Redmi K30 will feature a quad rear camera setup which will be encased within a circular module. The design resembles the previously launched Huawei Mate 30 Pro and even this particular colour variant looks more or less the same. The LED flash sits right underneath the camera module and is placed outside the circular array. Alongside the LED flash, we can see “5G”, which was already known. Just in case you are unaware, the Redmi K30 is confirmed to feature dual-mode 5G (NSA/SA). At the bottom of the rear panel, we can see the Redmi logo.
Moving on to the front, we can see a dual punch-hole display with the cameras sitting on the top right side of the device (the mirror image of the display found on the recently launched Honor V30 series and the upcoming Huawei Nova 6 5G smartphones). We can see a slightly thicker chin at the bottom of the device.
Furthermore, we have recently seen yet another leaked poster of the Redmi K30 which hints that the device will come in a Red colour variant as well.
As of now, this is all we know about the Redmi K30, but since the company has already hinted that we would get to see more intel on the same before the actual launch, it can be expected that more about the Redmi K30 smartphone is going to be revealed in the coming days.
Meanwhile, the Redmi K30 is not the only device the company will launch on December 10th. The company has already confirmed that we would get to see certain IoT products launching alongside the device (even the footers of the promotional posters hint at the same), and speculations suggest that we might be seeing a couple of Bluetooth speakers from the company on the same day.