Redmi K30 Pro surfaces in new white color, more details revealed

Michail, 18 March 2020

The Redmi K30 Pro is officially scheduled to debut on March 24 and the past days have been filled with leaks and teasers for the upcoming flagship. We now get two posters shared by the official Redmi Weibo handle alongside some new spec clarifications. The first image gives us a look at the white-colored variant of the device. It shows the back glass casing, metallic frame and the red power button.

Redmi K30 Pro surfaces in new white color, more details revealed

The second poster details the phone’s pop-up selfie camera and the notch-less display. It’s accompanied by characters from the Fantasy Westward Journey 3D game, confirming a limited edition Redmi K30 Pro will make its way at the big announcement later this month.

Redmi K30 Pro surfaces in new white color, more details revealed

We also got confirmation of the K30 Pro’s linear vibration motor which is touted to offer superior tactile feedback and fast response times. Redmi claims it managed to optimize the new vibration motor for over 150 MIUI scenarios. There’s also confirmation that the display is TUV certified and the device will come with Game Turbo 3.0 for a more optimized gaming experience.

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Redmi K30 Pro specs posters

In case you missed those - yesterday brought us a look at the blue version of the phone alongside some benchmarks to display its might.

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