In addition to the usual leaks and certifications, Redmi has launched some teasers of its next flagship smartphone in the last few days.
Xiaomi’s Redmi brand has confirmed the launch of the Redmi K40 series for this month. The company has released some teasers of its next flagship smartphone in the past few days, in addition to the usual leaks and certifications. Hence, we already know some of the key specifications of this device. Now, over the weekend, Redmis GM has revealed more details of its next flagship.
On Saturday, Lu Weibing, GM of the Redmi brand, shared a post on the Chinese social network Weibo in which he said that the Redmi K40 will have powerful performance, a screen with no curved sides and good battery life. A user left a comment in the post so that they don’t forget the stereo sound as it has two speakers. To this, Lu Weibing replied jokingly, who forgot to mention it in his post.
This confirms that the next Redmi K40 will have two stereo speakers. Redmis GM shared this post on the Chinese social network Weibo through this phone.
The recently introduced Mi 11, Redmi Note 9 4G (Redmi 9 Power, Redmi 9T) and POCO M3 have a special secondary speaker on the back higher. Typically, most devices use the headset as a second speaker, just like the POCO F1.
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It therefore remains a mystery whether the next Redmi K40 will bring a standalone secondary speaker or stereo headphones. Furthermore, Lu Weibing only talks about the Redmi K40, so we cannot say for sure that all models in this series have two speakers.
According to previous information, the Redmi K40 series is expected to come with three different chipsets, e.g. B. Snapdragon 888, Snapdragon 870 and Dimensity 1200. All models are expected to have screens without curved sides and at least one (or perhaps all) of the smallest hole in the screen yet.
After all, the Pro model should have a 1 / 1.5-inch camera sensor and all smartphones support 33 W fast charging, but are delivered in the box without a charger.
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