Xiaomi recently launched Redmi K40 game Enhanced Edition smartphone in China and it looks like the company is ready to introduce the smartphone worldwide.
According to reports, the smartphone is listed on the Google Play Console, which means that the launch of the smartphone is imminent. The device on the Google Play Console is listed as Redmi K40 Gaming and is expected to be renamed POCO F3 GT for Indian release.
Redmi K40 Gaming: Leaked Information
According to leaks in the Google Play Console, the Redmi K40 Gaming smartphone is set to 8GB of RAM and runs on the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chipset, which is the same as the Chinese version. It is MediaTek’s new flagship, built for a 6nm process with a peak frequency of 3GHz. It supports two 5Gs and keeps heat batches under control, there’s a large 11,540-square-foot steam chamber.
The Redmi K40 Gaming features a 6.67-inch OLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a touch sample rate of 480 Hz, 10-bit color, HDR10 + certification, DCI-P3 coverage and more. Two stereo speakers with Sound by JBL, Dolby Atmos and Hi-Res certification. In terms of operating system, the smartphone has Android 11.
As a gaming phone, the Redmi K40 Gaming on the right side has physical shoulder buttons that collapse when not needed. Featuring 4D vibration motors, the body has 12 antennas for optimal network reception no matter how it is held.
The back of the photo camera has three cameras: a 64MP f / 1.65 sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 2MP macro shooter. The Redmi K40 Gaming phone has a large 5065 mAh battery that supports 67W fast charge, which is said to last about 42 minutes on a full charge. Players mind that the charger has an L-shaped connector so they can continue playing while charging.
Redmi is re-branding the device brand as POCO F3 GT in India, which would make it the second F-series smartphone to be launched in India. Neither POCO nor Redmi have yet made official announcements, but it is expected to be soon.