A few days before the official launch, Redmi unveiled a video showcasing the gaming edition of its new gaming smartphone K40.
This video does not reveal the features of the smartphone, but demonstrates the sound of the two triggers on the edge along with its design in music.
Thanks to Redmi Video, we now know more about its first gaming smartphone and most importantly its design. True, we noticed that it does Available in Gray and Black, And we have now verified that it is set with two triggers on the left edge, which can be activated using the slider. According to Redmi, Triggers have a lifespan of 1.5 million clicks, Enough to play every day for many years.
On the back, we can see 3 photo sensors. These may be similar to both the Redmi K40 Pro already marketed in China. The phone then uses 64 MP main sensor, A 8 MP ultra wide angle sensor And a 5 MP macro lens. However, we can notice the lack of a microphone on the back of the smartphone, which allows us to use Xiaomi’s “audio zoom” functionality.
Next to the photo sensors, you can see the inscriptions “Freezing” (Glacier) and “Speediest” in the black version, as well as “Game” and “Phone” in the version. Gray.
What do we know about the Redmi gaming smartphone?
It is available in two variants, Redmi K40 Gaming Edition At Le Redmi K40 Gaming Improved Edition. The first is codenamed “Chopin / K10A” and must be released in France, the second name “ares / K10” is assigned to China and India. At the moment it is not known whether the Redmi K40 gaming edition will be launched in France under the Redmi brand or under the Poco brand.
Telephone available in France must be installedMediaTek Dimension 1100 processor And not the more powerful 1200 version. We already know that the phone is used AMOLED FHD + display with 144 Hz refresh rate. In addition, it has a power Giant 5000 mAh battery, 67W suitable for fast charging. It could be the same revolutionary battery found in the Xiaomi Mi11 Ultra. The phone will be officially unveiled in China on April 27, but it will be a few more weeks to arrive in France.