- It is reported that the company will not include charging brick.
- There are reports which says that multiple smartphone series of the company will miss the same.
- We don’t have any official confirmation.
Redmi the very popular Chinese smartphone brand is working on multiple smartphones which will be official in the coming months and today we got a new piece of information which will definitely hurt the users who are planning to purchase the upcoming devices. So without making any delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the upcoming smartphone series.
According to the latest information, the very popular Smartphone brand is planning to remove charging brick from the package of the upcoming smartphone series and that includes the much anticipated K-series as well.
Based on the discussion about the upcoming Redmi Note 10 series on the Chinese microblogging website it seems that the coming smartphone series likely to come without a charger in the retail box.
Separately, the upcoming Redmi K40 series retail box surfaced online and it looks thinner as well as thicker and this further suggests that the company may avoid placing the charger inside the retail box.
We don’t have any official confirmation about the same but there are chances because the Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi already removed the charger from its latest and greatest Mi 11 Smartphone and Samsung has also followed the path by removing the charges from the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S21 series. The new strategy was actually started last year when Apple introduced its Latest smartphones.
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