Redmi K30 Ultra spotted at TENAA with 6.67″ display, 4400mAh battery
Earlier this month, we revealed the existence of another smartphone in Xiaomi’s Redmi K30 lineup. This device was spotted with the codename cezanne and the branding of Redmi K30 Ultra, indicating that it would be somewhat of an extension of what we have already seen in the existing lineup. Now, a new Xiaomi device has been spotted on TENAA, and it looks suspiciously close to the already available Redmi K30 Pro.
This new Xiaomi device comes with the model number M2006J10C and device dimensions of 163.3 × 75.4 × 9.1 mm and weight of 213g, which largely matches what we have seen on the Redmi K30 Pro. The TENAA certificate also mentions that the device has a 6.67″ FHD+ AMOLED display and a 4400mAh battery. This new phone will be available in 6GB/8GB/12GB RAM options and 128GB/256GB/512GB storage options, at least. There’s also dual-SIM support, as well as support for 5G (though likely to be limited to one SIM). There is no headphone jack on the device according to the listing, which seems to be the one difference from the Redmi K30 Pro. The maximum CPU clock speed is 2.6GHz, while the main rear sensor is 64MP and the front camera is 20MP.
While the TENAA listing does not explicitly confirm the device codename or the device branding, the device looks to be very similar to the existing Redmi K30 Pro in design. On this basis, one can presume that this new device on TENAA is the upcoming Redmi K30 Ultra.
We expect the Redmi K30 Ultra to come with a 64MP primary rear camera, a pop-up front camera, and a MediaTek SoC. We still do not have details from our sources on the exact processor that will be used on the device, but other unverified rumors suggest that the phone will have the MediaTek Dimensity 1000 (MT6889) SoC. Other rumors also suggested that the phone will come with 33W fast charging support. For now, we also do not have any information on this device launching outside of China, which would be at par expectations from MediaTek Dimensity smartphones. Rumors had suggested that the device was to be launched in late July, but that target obviously has been missed.