Redmi launches its K30 Pro and K30 Pro Zoom, and unlike the regular versions, they come with a pop-up selfie snapper, a rear quad-camera setup, and a profoundly disparate design forms. Both of these get the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset for power, X55 modem for 5G, and plausible 4,700mAh batteries with 30W fast charge support. Except for one of the rear camera on the Zoom model, both phones’ cameras, as a matter of fact, are alike.
With the pop-up camera module making its comeback for selfies, the 6.67-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display on both the smartphones lack cutouts. Moreover, the display comes with a fingerprint scanner embedded underneath. Its aspect ratio along with the refresh rate number to 20:9 and 60Hz respectively. Both devices are HDR10+ tractable thereby giving out crispier and definite color depiction.
Moving on to the optics, the Redmi K30 Pro flaunts a 64MP Sony IMX686 primary snapper that gets complimented with an Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) alongside a 13MP ultrawide sensor, a 5MP macro sensor, and a 2MP depth sensor.
On the other hand, the cameras on the K30 Pro Zoom comes with a telephoto module trading an 8MP telephoto sensor with the 5MP macro module as in the regular Pro model. Similarly, the telephoto lens comes with Optical Image Stabilization potential of 3x optical and up to 30x hybrid zoom. Again, both the Pro variants are capable of 8K video recording. Besides both come with a 20MP selfie shooter housed in the pop-up module.
As for the memory available, you get 6GB or 8GB of RAM alongside 128GB or 256GB of onboard UFS3.1 storage. Other feature includes haptic vibration motor, Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, an IR port, NFC, and a headphone jack.
Available in Grey, Purple, White, and Blue colors, the base Redmi K30 Pro will go for sale starting at CNY 2,999 (~$425) for 6/128GB, CNY 3,399 (~$480) for 8/128GB, and CNY 3,699 (~$520) for 8/256GB configurations. While the base K30 Pro Zoom will cost CNY 3,799 (~$535) and the 8/256GB variant costs CNY 3,999 (~$565).
You can buy any of the given Redmi K30 Pro models in China as of April 4, 2020, with the pre-orders already running. Whereas, words on their international availability are not out yet. But we expect the device to arrive in Nepal within a month or two for a starting price of around NPR 45,000.