The Redmi K40 series will be announced on February 25 which is about two weeks away. Prior to the announcement of the release date, Redmi executives including the General Manager, Lu Weibing, have teased certain features of the upcoming smartphones. However, one thing we haven’t seen is what the phones actually look like. We are glass we won’t have to wait until the launch as images of the Redmi K40 and Redmi K40 Pro have been spotted on TENAA’s database.
The Redmi K40 which has the model number M2012K11AC is shown in a pale blue color that is similar to the Horizon Blue Xiaomi Mi 11. The phone has a flat display and a brightened version of the image of the front confirms that it has a centered punch hole.
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The back is curved and it is home to a camera module that seems like an elongated version of that of the Mi 11. The single-piece camera glass has four cameras behind it – there is a large sensor at the top followed by two small ones and another large sensor. It has a pill-shaped LED flash and what looks like a laser focus module flanking the sensors on the right.
The Redmi K40’s design is completed with a metal frame that goes around it. The volume and power buttons are on the right while the left side is devoid of buttons and even a SIM tray.
Redmi K40 Pro
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Based on the images, the two phones appear to be identical in design which means their differences are under the hood.
Only a few details are mentioned with respect to the specs such as 5G support (SA and NSA) and have Dual SIM support. We hope the full listing which contains all the specs will be released soon.
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- Lu Weibing: Redmi K40 series will have the smallest punch hole in the world
- Redmi Note series has exceeded 200 million units in global shipments
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