This month, both Qualcomm and Mediatek will release their next-generation flagship platforms, the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 and Dimensity 9200.
The first flagships of both camps are already in the pipeline, such as the Mi 13 series, vivo X90 series, and so on.
Cost-effective models, such as the much-anticipated “king” Redmi K60 series, will come later.
However, today’s digital chat station in advance to bring the suspected Redmi K60 series of parameter information, revealed that the current engineering machine tested two main camera specifications, respectively 64 million pixels and 50 million pixels, and standard with OIS optical anti-vibration.
In combination with the current situation of the industry, the 50 million pixel sensor is likely to be SONY IMX766, which is a very good reputation of the sensor, while the 64 million pixel specification is not yet determined.
In other specs, Redmi K60 series will see the return of the 2K screen, featuring a 1440-by-3200 AMOLED panel with 120Hz refresh rate, up to 1,000 Nits of brightness, and good paper specs.
Previous leaks revealed that Redmi K60 standard edition will be powered by Snapdragon 8+ chip, while the Pro version will be upgraded with the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 new flagship chip.
From this perspective, Redmi K60 series has little hope of being released before the end of the year, and will probably be released in February-March.