Redmi K30 Pro smartphone just got updated with the ultra version. which latest reports say will be named Redmi K30 Ultra. The new device with model number M2006J10C is now on TENAA with full specs sheet and pictures, and we see a lot of similarities with its siblings.
However, there is one key difference – the new phone will skip on the Snapdragon 865 chipset and will appear with a new platform, likely by Mediatek.
TENAA has also spilled the phone’s specifications. For starters, expect a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a 2,400 x 1,080 resolution. The large device is also packing a fair amount of weight at 213 grams, but that does also include a battery rated at 4,400mAh.
There’s no listing of a specific chipset model but earlier rumors pointed to the 5G-enabled Mediatek Dimensity 1000. The listed CPU clock of 2.6GHz and 5G network bands also adds credence to this theory. Redmi could offer two RAM configurations with this phone at 6GB and 8GB. There are also two storage options listed, namely 128GB and 512GB. 91Mobiles does believe the phone could also be offered with a 256GB storage option and up to 12GB of RAM too.
The main camera has a 64MP sensor, and is probably identical to what the Redmi K30 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro Zoom have. The front-facing snapper is carried over too – the 20MP sensor is mounted on an elevating mechanism.
According to a calendar for the summer shopping festival at JD.com, Redmi is planning an announcement on August 14. Some leaksters suggest a Redmi Watch, but it is highly likely that we will see the Redmi K30 Ultra arrive as well, presenting itself with its 4,500 mAh battery and 33W fast charging.
It’s not clear when the Redmi K30 Ultra will launch or how much it’ll cost, but we wouldn’t be too surprised if it’s priced within the range of the K30 Pro and K30 Pro Zoom Edition at around 2,999 yuan (~$429) to 3,799 yuan (~$543).