Redmi K40 is predicted to launch later this year with mid-range specifications. Before that, the successor to Redmi K30 has reportedly surfaced on MIIT certification with model number M2011K2C.
The handset is believed to be a 5G offering and therefore the certification site confirms that. What it doesn’t confirm is whether or not the Redmi K40 is going to be powered by Snapdragon 775 SoC or not. That’s still a speculation, and we’ll need to await further reports to verify.
The Snapdragon 775 chipset might be announced at Qualcomm’s annual event on December 1st alongside Snapdragon 875 SoC. The latter is claimed to be the flagship SoC from the chipmaker, succeeding in the Snapdragon 865 mobile platform.
The SoC will rock most Android flagships next year including the Redmi K40 Pro. The handset is rumored to be a more powerful version of the Redmi K40. The professional variant can also tout 5G connectivity. That’s all the knowledge we all know as of now.
In other news about the brand, Xiaomi could launch its next-gen Redmi Note 10 series soon. The handsets, which can be succeeding Redmi Note 9 series from earlier this year, has been doing the rounds of the rumor mill quite a lot lately.