News of the next-gen model, the Redmi K40 series, has been surfacing for more than five months, and recently, a set of live photos of the new Redmi K series phone were posted on Weibo and then reposted on Twitter by the Indian leaker, Sudhanshu Ambhore. In which, the front image shows the Redmi K40 series device has a centered punch-hole screen.
And today a Chinese blogger @数码闲聊站 leak the news, which also confirmed that the Smartphone of the Redmi K40 series will feature a centered punch-hole screen and he also revealed that the display material of the phone is OLED with 120Hz refresh rate.
As we know the Redmi K30 Pro and Redmi K30 Extreme Commemorative Edition mounts a pop-up full screen, which is the rare flagship Smartphone that adopts a pop-up full-screen solution in 2020. But, now that the punch hole screen has become the mainstream screen form in the industry, the Redmi K40 series has also followed this trend and adopted the punch hole screen solution. The official also said that this may be the most expensive straight screen in the industry.
It is worth noting that the third-generation under-screen camera technology of Xiaomi has reached the level of mass production, and it is expected to be commercialized this year.
It is reported that Xiaomi’s under-screen camera innovatively uses a new self-developed pixel arrangement and redesigns the pixel drive circuit to further improve the light transmittance of the under-screen camera area. Combined with Xiaomi’s self-developed camera optimization algorithm, it achieves the same imaging performance of the camera is almost indistinguishable.
In addition, the president of Xiaomi Group China and general manager of the Redmi brand Lu Weibing stated that Xiaomi’s third-generation off-screen camera must be the most advanced technology at present, which will be the best solution for the full-screen era.
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