Xiaomi Redmi K50 Gaming Edition to retain the shoulder triggers and frontal design
A new report regarding the upcoming Xiaomi Redmi K50 Gaming Edition suggests that it will adopt pop-up shoulder triggers, just like its predecessor. And given that the K40 Gaming Edition was released as a Poco F3 GT outside of China, it's probably safe to assume that the leak concerns the future Poco F4 GT as well.The Poco F3 GT
In addition to those shoulder buttons, the device is supposed to adopt a flat screen with a centered punch-hole camera design for the selfie, again like its predecessor. A "high-performance gaming experience" is also to be expected.
The so-called "Digital Chat Station" didn't elaborate on that last part but previous reports say that the device would come in two variants - standard and Pro. The former will run on a Dimensity 7000 SoC while the latter will get the flagship Dimensity 9000 chipset.
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- 28 Dec 2021
No, it won't. This series comes with flat screen, thanks to god. Why do you need curve display? That's why I won't buy the flagship series, because all of them comes with that awfull curved display.
- 20 Dec 2021
If the price is right, I'd be willing to upgrade from my k20 pro.
- 19 Dec 2021
I hope redmi k50 pro will use an curved display