Xiaomi has just released some details and teasers of the Redmi K50 series, currently only known as the Redmi K50 series which will firstly be released in China, and then sold in the global market under different names, and in this article we will be discussing and talking about them.
Info about the Redmi K50 series
The Redmi K50 lineup will be released with 4 possible models.
- Redmi K50
- Redmi K50 Pro
- Redmi K50 Pro+
- Redmi K50 Gaming
The base model K50, which comes with a Snapdragon 870, the Redmi K50 Pro which comes with a Mediatek Dimensity 8000, and the Redmi K50 Pro+, which will come with a Mediatek Dimensity 9000, and finally, the Redmi K50 Gaming (which has already been released) that uses a Snapdragon 8Gen1. The Pro will have 67W fast charging, and the Pro+ will have 120W fast charging. The entire Redmi K50 series will feature 120Hz displays.
The base model Redmi K50 seems like it will be a refresh of the K40 for 2022, due to the specs matching the older model.
The Redmi K50 will feature a 48MP Sony IMX582 main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide and a macro camera without OIS. The Redmi K50 Pro will also feature the IMX582, but we’re not sure what other cameras it will be using except for a Samsung 8MP ultra-wide, and all we know about the Redmi K50 Pro+ is that it will have a 108MP Samsung sensor without OIS.
The Redmi K50 Pro+ has impressive cooling and performance, as one of the benchmarks that Xiaomi released, where they played Genshin Impact on 60FPS locked, highest graphics settings, and they got 59FPS on average, and after an hour of gameplay, the device ran at around 46°C average.
Here is the benchmark and a render of the cooling solution.
The Redmi K50 series will be announced on March 17th in China. The devices will be released globally under the names You can read more about these devices in our other articles, such as this one.