- It will be powered by the MediaTek processor.
- The smartphone features a 144Hz refresh rate.
- It supports gaming shoulder button.
Redmi has confirmed that the Redmi K40 Game Enhanced Edition will be official on April 27 and now the company has confirmed a vital piece of Information and the same is the most important factor of a device. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the upcoming gaming smartphone of the company.
It is confirmed that the upcoming will be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chipset and the same is made using the 6nm and features one Cortex A78 core running at 3GHz, three Cortex A78 cores at 2.6GHz, and four Cortex-A55 cores at 2GHz.
Redmi has revealed the AnTuTu score and the same has scored 724,495 points in AnTuTu benchmarking.
Redmi K40 Game Enhanced Edition will have gaming Shoulder buttons and the device will also have a vertically aligned rear camera setup and the same will glow maybe there is some RGB lighting available.
Apart from this, the company did not reveal any other information about the upcoming gaming smartphone but it is believed that the device will offer a Samsung AMOLED E4 display with a punch-hole at the centre position of the screen along with up to 144Hz refresh rate.
The upcoming Redmi gaming smartphone will support 67W fast charging. The upcoming smartphone is also expected to feature a quad-camera system with a 64-megapixel Sony IMX686 primary camera and it will run on the latest version of the Android Operating System out of the box. The device may cost around 2,000 Yuan.
So let’s wait for the official announcement of the Redmi K40 and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for all the latest happenings from the technology world at your fingertips.
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