China is yet to recover from the aftermath of the deadly coronavirus pandemic but that hasn’t dampened the spirits of phone makers based out of the country. After Oppo and Realme continuing their launch spree, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi is looking to launch its flagship offering in the guise of its premium K series phones. There have been talks of a Redmi K30 Pro since the last month and the rumours as well as leaks are only growing stronger. Based on the recent bit of leaks, the Redmi K30 Pro is happening soon.
Prior to Xiaomi releasing its teaser, there were several sketches coming out with all the possibilities Redmi could choose for the design of the phone. While many assumed Redmi to stick to the design ethos of the Redmi K30 launched in China back in December 2019, the first teaser from the company revealed that Redmi might be the only brand this year to stick to the pop-up camera system. No doubt Redmi is going all-out to justify the Pro moniker on its flagship model.
While the details on the new Redmi flagship are sparse, there is enough out there on the web to give us a fair idea of what to expect from the next Redmi flagship. Hence, without beating around the bush, here are a few things we can expect from the Redmi K30 Pro.
Punch-hole cutout or pop-up camera?
Gladly, it’s the latter the Redmi K30 Pro might end up being the only premium phone this year to come with a pop-up camera system. The official teaser from Redmi has suggested that neither the phone will have a cutout inside the display for holding the camera, nor a notch. Instead, Redmi will retain the pop-up mechanism from the Redmi K20 Pro to go for a fullscreen display experience. Some say the phone might have a dual camera system sitting in the pop-up mechanism while others vouch for a single camera. Whatever it may be, we are assured that the Redmi K30 Pro will be a joy to watch favourite Netflix titles without a camera peeping in the center of the display.