Redmi K30 came last December and now the company has confirmed it will follow up with the Pro variant on March 24.
Redmi already confirmed that the smartphone will have a Snapdragon 865 SoC at the helm and support 5G networks.
The K30 Pro will sport a notchless display and since the vanilla K30 came with a 120Hz screen, the Pro version will also likely pack a 120Hz panel. Though it remains to be seen whether Redmi switches to an AMOLED panel or sticks to LCD.
Recently leaked hands-on images of the K30 Pro revealed the smartphone will feature a quad camera setup on its back housed inside a circular plate. The main module is rumored to have a 64MP Sony IMX686 unit, but the purpose of the other cameras is currently unknown.
More details about the K30 Pro should surface as we inch closer to the official announcement.