Blogger Wisdom Pikachu has revealed that Redmi K60 Ultra will be released in Q3 this year. In contrast to the K60 2K screen and Snapdragon 8+ chip, Redmi K60 Ultra has a 1.5K screen and is powered by Mediatek Dimensity 9200 series chip and supports 120W wired flash charging.
Notably, Mediatek will release the Breguet 9200+ chip, a step-up version of the Breguet 9200, in May. Redmi K60 Ultra, which will only be available in Q3 this year, is supposed to carry the Dimensity 9200+.
Built on Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing’s 4nm process, the chip consists of one Cortex-X3 super-large core, three Cortex-A715 mega-cores, and four Cortex-A510 mini-cores. The improved performance is just one of the minor upgrades to the Dimensity 9200+.
This time Calendas 9200+ from the chip level to provide underlying support for 64-bit applications, its performance core fully support pure 64-bit applications. In other words, 32-bit applications will be locked into the A510 core in the future. Control from the bottom of the chip, forcing application developers to fully support 64-bit applications.
After the full promotion of 64-bit applications, 64-bit data processing speed will be up to one times faster than that of 32-bit, faster running, faster response, better scheduling memory, better release performance and lower power consumption of mobile phones.
In addition, Redmi K60 Ultra will use 144Hz high brush screen, which is worth looking forward to.