According to Redmi, the K50 series will be released in China. On February 16, the company will launch its flagship series in China. Soon, Redmi is expected to release some premium phones. One of the first devices to be released is the Redmi K50 Gaming Edition.
Redmi had previously stated that the first device to be released would be a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1-powered device from the K50 series. According to rumors, this phone will be the Redmi K50 Gaming Edition. The teaser invite also reveals the back panel design.
Launch of the Redmi K50 series
Xiaomi’s K50 series, a sub-Redmi brand, is expected to be the company’s next premium smartphone line. On February 16th, it will be released. In the teaser image, the device’s back panel is shown in blue. The device has a triple-camera module with vertically aligned sensors. The camera module has LED lights around the sensors with the text “Freezing” and “Speediest,” similar to the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition. As a result, the K50 Gaming is almost certainly the device teased in the invite.
The device’s shoulder trigger buttons, which can be customized for different games, will be retained. Xiaomi has yet to confirm any other details about the device. On the other hand, the gossip mill has us covered.
The Redmi K50 Gaming Edition is expected to have a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. A hole-punch cutout in the top center will house the front camera. The screen’s sides will be flat, and the bezels will be thin.
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In the rear camera setup, a 64MP main sensor is expected to be combined with a 13MP ultrawide camera and a 5MP macro lens. For selfies and video calls, the K50 Gaming Edition will have a 16MP front camera sensor. According to reports, the phone will ship with a 4700 mAh battery and support 120W fast charging out of the box.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC is expected to power the K50 Gaming, as previously stated. There will be up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage available. The Redmi gaming smartphone in China will run MIUI 13, which is based on Android 12.
Outside of China, Xiaomi could call the device the Poco F4 GT. In China, the K50 Gaming is expected to retail for CNY 3,499 (approximately $499). (approximately Rs 41,300) Take the pricing information that has been leaked with a grain of salt.