Xiaomi Redmi K30 Official Poster Confirms Quad Cameras With Ring Design & Snapdragon 5G SoC: Report
Xiaomi Redmi K30 Poster (Photo Credits: Weibo)

Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has officially released the teaser poster of the Redmi K30 smartphone, which is likely to be launched soon in the home market. The newly released poster reveals the rear design of the phone that has received a significant design change as compared to Redmi K20. The poster also shows vertically aligned quad rear camera setup at the back. However, the camera module is surrounded by a circular ring featuring different finish than the rear panel. Additionally, several other reports have also confirmed that the Redmi K30 smartphone will come powered by Qualcomm chipset. Xiaomi’s 55-inch Mi TV 4X 2020 Edition With Powerful Speakers Launched In India At Rs 34,999.

The poster image was revealed on Redmi's official Weibo account wherein the phone can be seen sporting a light purple shade with a matte finish. Additionally, the quad-rear camera setup seen in vertical layout exhibiting the concentric texture with branding. We have seen such similar design on Huawei Mate 30 Pro wherein the smartphone gets an identical ring pattern around its camera module.

Moreover, the phone also gets a dual-led flash below the camera module. It also receives a 5G branding underneath the led module. As a reminder, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has already confirmed that the Redmi K30 will be launched with dual-mode 5G (SA + NSA) support. Moreover, a tipster also shared an image of Redmi K30 brand ambassador holding a different variant of the phone with pink gradient paint job featuring a subtle purple finish. Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Cosmic Purple Variant Launched in India; First Sale During Black Friday Sale.

Under the hood, the smartphone is expected to be powered by Qualcomm chipset, which will be 5G-ready. So, it is speculated that the company might incorporate the upcoming Snapdragon 7xx or the Snapdragon 6xx series on the Redmi K30. Moreover, Qualcomm will also be unveiling the chipsets at the Snapdragon Summit that is scheduled to be held this week. More details about the smartphone are likely to surface soon.