Redmi K30S Ultra

Today, Xiaomi held the Redmi Double 11 Special New Product Launch Conference and officially released the Redmi K30S Ultra smartphone.

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Redmi K30S Ultra


In terms of appearance, the Redmi K30S Ultra adopts a metal middle frame + glass back cover. It offers two color options: ceramic-like delicate and warm “interstellar black” and AG matte texture of the mysterious “Moonlight Silver”.

Redmi K30S Ultra


In terms of core configuration, the Redmi K30S Ultra comes with Snapdragon 865 processor + LPDDR5 memory + UFS3.1 flash storage combination. It also provides floating heat pipe liquid cooling support. The built-in 5000mAh battery supports 33W fast charge. The phone also has dual speakers and an X-axis linear motor. It still continues supporting infrared remote control, NFC and dual-mode 5G.

Redmi K30S Ultra


In addition to the flagship performance, the Redmi K30S Ultra also sports a so-called top LCD screen. This screen supports 144Hz high refresh rate and 144Hz touch sampling rate. It has the first 7-speed adaptive refresh rate, which focuses on the battery life and smoothness. The maximum brightness can reach 650nits, and it supports HDR10, 360° super-sensitivity automatic brightness and 4096-level dimming. This phone also provides a factory color calibration – the JNCD value is as low as 0.39. It has passed the German Rheinland low blue light certification, and a new full-scene paper reading mode is added.

Redmi K30S Ultra


The Redmi K30S Ultra has a rear Sony 64-megapixel main camera + 13MP 123° ultra-wide-angle + 2cm macro lens combination. It supports 8K movies, front and rear dual scenes, and magic clones.

Redmi K30S Ultra

Price and Availability

The price of the Redmi K30S Ultra is the biggest surprise of this conference: The original price is 2599 yuan ($388) for the 8+128GB version and 2799 yuan ($417) for the 8+256GB version. During the Double Eleven period, they will get a 300 yuan ($45) discount. They will go on sale on November 1 through all channels.

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