Redmi K30 official posters reveal odd back camera layout on 5G variant

Redmi K30 official posters reveal odd back camera layout on 5G variant

Rishabh Pachory

Over the past few months, one phone that has gained a lot of traction is the Redmi K20 Pro. The phone picked up where the Xiaomi POCO F1 left off and carries forward the helm of being a reasonably priced smartphone with great specifications.

Now, after a rather long wait, it seems that the Redmi K30 is on it's way and it should pack in a slew of features that we've been waiting for. In fact, the phone has been leaked in some promotional pictures and we've got a look at the back of the phone. Read on to know more about the Redmi K30.

As of now, there aren't a lot many leaks of the K30, which is rather hard to belive. The one picture that has been floating around the webspace shows the front of the display. Surprisingly, this time, the company has jumped the notch bandwagon and opted for a punch hole display. This is not something that we have seen the company do.

At any rate, the phone has a rather large, rectangular cutout at the top right side of the display, much like Samsung Galaxy S10 devices. It also seems that the front facing camera is a dual lens setup.

At the moment, there is no word on the specifications of the phone, but we can expect it to launch with a Snapdragon 855+ chipset along with 6GB or 8GB of RAM. What we do know however, is what the back of the phone looks like.

At the back, there is a quad camera setup which seems ingrained in the back of the phone. This is quite the opposite of the current trend of having camera bumps and the likes. The design, however is rather unique. The cameras are vertically placed with a glass band around it. The phone does look quite a looker, which seems to be a hit with the market.

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Since there isn't a whole lot of information about the phone as of now, it is hard to tell more about the specifications. However, a look at the back camera is good enough and we can't wait to see how the Redmi K30 takes on the legacy of the K20 Pro.