Redmi is currently in a great moment. The Xiaomi subsidiary has been able to position itself as a company with a more than relevant catalog, with terminals of exceptional value for money both in China and in countries such as Spain.
One of those models is the Redmi K20 , a device that has arrived in Spain, although under the name of Xiaomi Mi 9T.
Now Xiaomi has confirmed that the successor of that model, which will be called Redmi K30 but that could reach our market under another name, will have a double front camera.
A style similar to the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
The image published by Xiaomi shows a screen without notch in whose upper right corner appears an elongated perforation that houses the two front cameras.
This is something that we have already seen in the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus although we expect that, unlike in that model, in this case we have a camera with a normal angle and one with a wide angle, the same as the Pixel 3, for example.
For now there has been no talk about the characteristics of these cameras but we surely know that before your ad.
The Redmi K30 will have 5G second generation
The Redmi K30 has been the protagonist of another image in which it is confirmed that it will have support for NA and NSA networks , which makes it one of the first terminals with access to 5G second generation. We already knew that it would have 5G connectivity , but now the type is confirmed.
Although it would be logical to expect these models to have Qualcomm’s high-end chipset, we may see them with a 600 or 700 series processor since the American company advanced that it would make these families compatible with 5G modems.