This evening, Xiaomi officially released the Redmi K30 Ultra (aka Extreme Commemorative Edition). Besides of being a top-end model, with this handset, Redmi returned to 1999 yuan ($288) price tag!

Redmi K30 Ultra

The Redmi K30 Ultra’s 6GB+128GB costs 1999 yuan; the 8GB+128GB variant is priced at 2199 yuan ($317); the 8GB+256GB model is at 2499 yuan ($360), the 8GB+512GB comes at 2499 yuan. It will go on sale at 10 am on August 14.

The phone upgrades to a 120Hz high refresh rate. The Samsung E3 AMOLED screen is 6.67 inches in diagonal. We are dealing with a true full screen. It’s a rare straight screen without holes. The display also supports automatic brightness adjustment before and after light perception. So it can give you the ultimate audio and video experience in all directions.

Redmi K30 Ultra

The Redmi K30 Ultra sports a 64MP quad-camera, which supports ‘microscope’-level telephoto macro shooting. The Sony flagship sensor is adjusted for Mi Imaging Lab professionally.  So it can bring ultra-high image quality to meet your shooting needs in various scenes. The equivalent 50mm telephoto macro takes a magnificent microscopic world, just like a microscope.

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Redmi K30 Ultra

Under the hood, we have a Dimensity 1000+ flagship processor. In the first half of 2020, in AnTuTu, it ranked second in the world, with a total score of 530,000 points. Thanks to the more advanced 7nm process and CPU architecture, in AI Benchmark Zurich, it ranks first in AI performance.

 

As for endurance, the Redmi K30 Ultra features a 4500mAh battery and a 33W flash charge.

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You can get any from three trendy colors of mint green, polar night black and moonlight white. It also supports smartphone infrared remote control, multi-function NFC, and ‘DaDaDa’ linear motors. An antibacterial protective shell/membrane has been installed at the factory.

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