Xiaomi had already confirmed the launch of the new one Redmi K30 during the December 10th event. The Chinese producer has now published some images on the Weibo social network that confirm the design and presence of four rear cameras. The smartphone will also be offered in the 5G version.
The Redmi K30 will have a very different design from the current Redmi K20 and K20 Pro, available in Italy as Xiaomi Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro. Instead of the front-facing pop-up camera there will be two front-facing in-display cameras. The image clearly shows the two holes in the upper right corner. Unfortunately the specifications are not known. The AMOLED screen should have a diagonal of 6.66 inches, full HD + resolution (2400 × 1080 pixels) and refresh rate of 120 Hz. For the standard model the Snapdragon 730 or 730G processor is expected, while the 5G version could integrate the processor Snapdragon 735 that Qualcomm will announce tonight.
In another image we see instead the glass cover with color shades and above all the photo module with four lenses inserted inside a circle with a glossy finish. Just below is the dual LED flash and the 5G logo. According to the latest rumors the main camera should have a Sony IMX686 sensor from 60 megapixels. Along the right side there are the volume button and the fingerprint reader (under the power button).
The operating system will almost certainly be Android 10 with MIUI 11 interface. The processor name could be confirmed by Xiaomi during Qualcomm's Snapdragon Tech Summit 2019 event. More information will certainly arrive in the coming days.