Redmi has been teasing its K50 series for many months, and to suffice the fan’s excitement, it has announced the official release date of the phone’s launch in the homeland. The K50 series is set to debut on the February 16 Chinese market, and Redmi has revealed a few phone posters preparatory to that.
With a slight similarity to its predecessor K40 series. Therefore with an analogy between the Poco F4 GT and K50 series, the theme dash on the same line with comparatively less difference. Judging from the machine reveal poster, the phone’s back metal frame with LED light rings around the neck of the camera sensor with more bifurcate lines crossing between two sensors offers a coherent interpretation of the exquisite appearance.
However, somehow the brand new model is dwelling in the design; the similarities keep tracking down the spanking new models. The back cover view itself portrays a shade of Redmi 11t but is inconclusive about that.
Moreover, the preceding generation of the K series sparkled with a half-moon pattern mounted on the phone’s right spine. Still, the new model retextured it by adding some divaricate lines in between to make a debate on it.
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The new model absorbs the energy of the previous iteration with shoulder gaming triggers, which makes gaming smoother on the phone. It will sport an air intake opening, which is a good move from the house to grasp the available air into the machine engine to boost them up, stopping the phone from getting heated up.
The phone will be equipped with the robust new generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC alongside a mighty new ultra-wideband CyberEngine haptic engine. The new Redmi K50 Gaming Edition will be introduced alongside its fellow series models, Redmi K50, Redmi K50 Pro, and Redmi K50 Pro+.
A previous leak by a tipster (@Shadow_Leak) hints that the Redmi K50 price might be set at 1,999 yuan (roughly Rs. 23,500), whereas Redmi K50 Pro and Redmi K50 Pro + price could be set at 2,699 yuan (around Rs, 31,700) and 3,299 yuan (roughly Rs 38,800) respectively.
At the same time, the powerful Redmi K50 gaming Edition could be priced at 3,499 yuan (approximately 41,200). The mega Redmi K5p series debut is around the corner, and we expect more information from Redmi in the coming days.