- It will be official this week.
- The company will offer a high refresh rate.
- It already received a massive response in the Chinese market.
Just a couple of hours ago, we updated that the very popular Chinese smartphone brand Redmi teased its upcoming smartphone series i.e. Redmi K40 Series and now the company has teased the same once again and this time it showcasing the battery capacity of the upcoming smartphones. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the same.
The smartphone brand has confirmed that the upcoming smartphone series will arrive with 4,520mAh battery and that means it will give you good service on a single charge.
It is already confirmed that the upcoming Redmi K40 smartphone features a water-like pattern and the same offers diagonal strokes moving from upper right to downwards.
The company has also revealed that the upcoming smartphone series will feature a flat display and the company claims that the display of the phone is one of the best in the industry. The upcoming smartphone series of the company will also arrive with an E4 AMOLED screen and the same will offer a higher peak brightness, lower power consumption, along with better picture quality.
Moreover, the upcoming smartphones also confirmed to arrive with a 120Hz refresh rate and the same also revealed that the smartphone series will feature a centered punch hole.
It will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner and the same will have large space to place the finger of a user which means the company will offer a new generation in-display fingerprint scanner on the upcoming smartphone series.
The upcoming Redmi K40 series goes up for the reservation in China through JD.com and it is confirmed that the smartphone series has received more than 230,000 reservations within two days.
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