May, 2021 - By WMR
Xiaomi Redmi launched with its ‘game-focused’ version of K40 smartphone with MediaTek flagship and its Digital Chat Station claims that they owned a brand launching device with “next step down”, it could be gaming enhanced edition lite.
Recently Redmi has launched their first gaming smartphone named Redmi K40 Gaming Edition. Majorly their model is focused on games so it’s also called ‘games-focus’ form of K40 premium smartphone along with its MediaTek’s prize Dimensity 1200 processor. This latest version of the Redmi K40, significantly distinguishes from its other characteristics with its RGB- tinted back camera, with its retractable shoulder buttons, along with its lightning-bolt- shaped flash module and it also uses in MediaTek silicon rather than a processor from Qualcomm.
This gaming edition comes with a wide range of gaming highlights, which comprises VC liquid Cool technology and white graphene along with X-axis lined vibration motor and also support PUBG HQ in-game vibration. It also contains 2400 x 1800 pixel resolution with 6.67inch OLED display and 480Hz touch sampling rate and 102 Hz refresh rate. Its MediaTek handset has a 1200 processor joined with 12GB of RAM for functioning. It also has up to 256GB of built-in storage including 5G SA and NSA connectivity options with its 5G carrier aggregation and 5G dual standby. This model comes with a triple rear camera setup and it consist of 64MP main camera plus 2MP tele macro camera and 8MP ultra-wide angle camera. Thus the phone has a 16MP selfie camera. It also comes in a Bruce Lee special edition that is 12GB+256GB which is priced to Rs.32,000 approximately. The original model is available at a price starting at Rs.23,000 approx. for its base model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage.
The Digital Chat Station asserts that the smartphone is based on SoC and the tipster believes that it will launch with an FHD+ display, a 64MP camera and 5000mAh battery with 67W charger. Therefore, it is more affordable version of the niche Android device and an upcoming new device.