Xiaomi itself had already shown us the design of the front of its new Redmi K30 Pro in an official image, and thanks to subsequent leaks, we could see in more detail the appearance of the new star phone of the company. However, the back of the phone had been kept secret until today.
An allegedly official image of the new Redmi K30 Pro has appeared on the Chinese Weibo portal ahead of time, letting us see for the first time the back of the future Xiaomi terminal, which boasts a multiple photographic systems consisting of at least four different sensors, and a curious design with some resemblance to the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
The image in question comes from what appears to be a Xiaomi promotional poster, in which once again the firm collaborates with a celebrity of Chinese origin to announce the presentation date of its next star smartphone. As you can read in the image, the presentation event would take place next Tuesday, December 10.
From the device itself, it is necessary to stop in the format of its rear cameras, arranged vertically inside a bright circle of metallic effect reminiscent of the aesthetics used by Huawei in the Mate 30 series models.
At first glance it can be seen that the module houses a total of four different cameras. From what we know so far, one of them would be 60MP of resolution thanks to the new Sony IMX686 sensor.
Although the image does not reveal much more, we do know that the Redmi K30 Pro would be the first model of the brand with a screen with a high refresh rate, in addition to incorporating a side fingerprint reader. It has also been repeatedly confirmed that this will be the first Redmi mobile with 5G connectivity. There is very little left to officially meet the Redmi K30: Xiaomi will unveil them in China on December 10.
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