Redmi K40 design revealed as the phone visits TENAA
Expected to go official globally under the Poco brand
The Redmi K40 series is launching in China on the 25th of February so there are still a couple of weeks left for the unveiling. Today, however, we got to see the design of the phone as it was spotted on the Chinese certification agency, TENAA. The TENAA listing gave us a look at the design from the front, rear and side.
Redmi K40 has a rectangular camera module on the rear that has seems to have a Quad camera array in it. There are two large camera sensors and in between are two smaller ones. It also seems like the fingerprint scanner is on the side but that cannot be confirmed as there are rumors of the phone having an AMOLED panel this time. On the front, there is a display with a centered hole-punch cutout.
A couple of screenshots have also surfaced on Weibo today that reveal the major specs of the Redmi K40 & Redmi K40 Pro. If they’re legit, K40 features a 6.81-inch 2K display (3200 x 1440) & is powered by the Snapdragon 870 SOC. There is a 4,500mAh battery and a Quad camera setup that includes 108MP + 8MP + 5MP + 2MP sensors. On the front, there is a 30 Megapixel shooter.
Redmi K40 Pro has the same specs except for a bigger 5,000mAh battery and a more powerful Snapdragon 888 SOC. It also has a 12GB RAM variant.
As Redmi has already teased, the starting price of K40 Pro could be 2,999 Yuan which translates to around $465.