Redmi K50 Ultra Specs & Price, Might Get Rebranded As Xiaomi 12T Pro!

Redmi K50 Ultra was recently launched in China. It is rumored to launch in the global market under the Xiaomi brand. Xiaomi 12T Pro will be the rebranded version of the Redmi K50 Ultra. Xiaomi 12 series was launched earlier this year. Now, the Xiaomi 12T series had also begun serial production in several Eurasian and Asian nations. The T series of Xiaomi flagships usually offers a new design with the same flagship DNA and lower price. Although the 12T Pro will be a rebranded phone, it does have some differences from the K50 Ultra.

Redmi K50 Ultra

Differences Between K50 Ultra & 12T Pro

Abhishek Yadav has shared the expected specifications of the Xiaomi 12T Pro. The Xiaomi 12T Pro is rumored to arrive with the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen1. The device is said to come in three configurations- 8GB RAM+128GB storage, 8GB RAM+256GB storage, and 12GB RAM+256GB internal storage. Furthermore, the device will be sporting a 12-Bit 120Hz OLED panel which is a given in this segment.

Xiaomi 12T Pro

The device will run MIUI 13 based on Android 12. Moreover, support for 120W charging has also been leaked. The main 200MP sensor in the rear camera setup will be optically stabilized. The device will have a 5000 mAh battery. Support for wireless charging may be missing. Lastly, the device will also have NFC and an in-display fingerprint scanner.

The first difference between these leaked 12T Pro specifications and K50 Ultra is the display refresh rate. K50 Ultra has a 144Hz refresh rate panel as compared to the rumored 120Hz on the 12T Pro. Another difference is the main camera resolution. The 12T Pro is rumored to have a 200MP main lens at the rear. However, the Redmi K50 Ultra has a 108MP main rear camera. Other specifications and features will most probably remain the same across both devices.

Price

The Redmi K50 Ultra starts at CNY 2999 which translates to $445. We can expect a similar price for the Xiaomi 12T Pro.

 

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