The Xiaomi Redmi K30S appeared several times, revealing itself as a rebranded Mi 10T. We still don’t have any official confirmation when the device is launched, but according to several leaks, a date has already been set – October 27.
The phone will bring all the neat specs like 5,000 mAh battery life, a 64 MP main camera, with the main difference from the non-Pro Mi 10T likely to be the branding on the back.
If Redmi doesn’t pull a rabbit out of a hat, we’re likely to see the very same specs as the Xiaomi Mi 10T, including a Snapdragon 865 chipset, big 6.67” LCD with 1080p resolution, and 33W fast-charging for the battery.
Initial memory combos of the Mi phone were 6/128 GB or 8/128 GB, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see some market-specific options like 12 GB RAM and more storage since there is no MicroSD slot to expand the internal capacity.
While the launch is first taking place in China, we might see the Redmi K30S pop up on markets where the Mi 10T is not currently available, like Latin America, some Asia Pacific countries, or Northern Africa.