The Redmi K50 Pro leak shows the phone from every angle imaginable

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image : ONLEAKS/ZOUTONS – As far as ‘bang for the buck’ goes, only a few phones can compete with the levels of specifications available for the price of the K-series from Xiaomi’s sub-brand, Redmi. The same looks to be true with the next big K model, the K50 Pro, which will be released later this year.

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor will be used in the K50 Pro, making it the company’s most up-to-date and most powerful smartphone ever. Besides that, a 4700mAh battery with 120W fast charging, a triple camera system, and a 120Hz AMOLED display are all expected to be featured, as is a 4700mAh battery with 120W fast charging.


All of this is according to the most recent leak from @OnLeaks, which was done in partnership with and includes a collection of high-resolution renderings.

When compared to the earlier K40 Pro, these renderings depict a smartphone with an entirely reworked camera unit. Rather of a pill-shaped protrusion, a square/rectangle unit has been added in its stead.


The square unit, which has three lenses, is placed on top of another silver metallic rectangle, which is also square. The addition of this design element will ensure that it retains at least some aesthetic differentiation when compared to the freshly upgraded Note series.

It is estimated that the phone will be 8.7mm thin (excluding the camera hump), making it a fraction of a millimeter thicker than the K40 Pro. However, it is projected to be somewhat shorter and thinner than the current model. According to the manufacturer, the lowest versions would include 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

Additionally, a main 64-megapixel camera and a flat 6.6-inch screen with a small hole-punch camera in the top center are also included as features.

The refresh rates and brightness of the display haven’t been disclosed yet. However, considering that the K40 Pro has a 120Hz panel with a peak brightness of 1300 nits, it would be remarkable if the K50 Pro didn’t at least equal the performance of its predecessor.