Xiaomi is known for doing things in unconventional ways. Whether it’s pricing, distribution strategy or marketing – the company has adopted some very unique and innovative methods for everything, taking everyone in the market by surprise. But the latest unconventional move from the company is even more surprising. The company is going to launch its mid-range Redmi K30 smartphone tomorrow, and we’ve also been hearing the rumors of its Pro variant at the same time. However, the latest leaks suggest that Xiaomi may not launch that rumored Pro variant alongside base variant. Instead, we may have to wait for it until March 2020.
That’s right. According to well-known tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore, Redmi K30 Pro is unlikely to be launched tomorrow as Xiaomi seems to have decided to launch it next year. Well into the next year actually, as he suggests that the device will be launched not in Jan or Feb but March. This information was revealed by him on Twitter, and he also revealed that the device will come with Snapdragon 865 processor and X55 5G modem. This explains the delay to some extent because SD 865 has been launched by Qualcomm only 2 days ago. It’s unlikely to be available for mass manufacturing of smartphones anytime soon.
— Sudhanshu Ambhore (@Sudhanshu1414) December 5, 2019
Moving further, Redmi K30 Pro may also come with the latest stable build of Android Q out of the box. Nothing else is known about it right now, but there are hopes that Xiaomi may reveal some details about it tomorrow during the launch event.
Now, as far as its other sibling Redmi K30 is concerned, it’s rumored to come with Snapdragon 765G octa-core processor, 6GB RAM, 6.67-inches large display, 64mp+12mp+8mp+2mp quad-lens camera, 20mp+2mp dual-lens selfie camera and 4,500 mAh battery with fast charging support. The expected price of this beast is around $350, which makes it a mid-range flagship. We’ll let you know if any new details emerge about it from tomorrow’s launch event, so keep checking our updates.