This year, Redmi announced the Snapdragon 865 powered Redmi K30 Pro smartphone in March. It is likely that Redmi may replace it with the Redmi K40 Pro in Q1 next year. While the Redmi K30 Pro was a well-received smartphone, consumers were unhappy that its screen only supports a 60Hz refresh rate. A known tipster from China has claimed that it could be coming with a better display and faster-charging capabilities.
With Redmi offering up to 144Hz refresh rate screen on the Redmi K30S that went official in August, fans can expect the Redmi K40 Pro to at least arrive with 90Hz refresh rate support. The Redmi K30 Pro and K30S both came with 33W fast charging support. The K40 Pro is expected to arrive with a f aster charging solution. Being a flagship device, it could be driven by the Snapdragon 875
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Currently, the company is not talking about the Redmi K40 series since it is focused on the Redmi Note 9 5G and Note 9 5G Pro phones in China. Rumors have that the Redmi Note 9 5G phone will break cover as early as next week
The Redmi Note 9 5G is also heading to global markets. It is speculated that the device could be called Redmi Note 9T in markets outside of China. There is no word on whether the Note 9 5G Pro will be also made available outside the home market in the near future.
The lineup also includes a 4G phone. It is yet to be confirmed whether it will be called Redmi 10 or Redmi Note 10 4G or something else. What is known is that the same device will debut as the POCO M3 in global markets on Nov. 24.
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