Redmi K60 Box Leaked Production Already Started

Xiaomi’s new gaming smartphone and the successor of Redmi K50- The Redmi K60 was earlier expected to be released in December. Buy Now Let’s See if it Will Launch this Month or Not. As per the reports by a famous tipster Ankit, there have been pictures from the flagship manufacturing factory. It showcases the ongoing production of Redmi K60 devices.

Know about all the specifications of the Redmi K60 in production:

The Redmi K60 series is expected to come with a display of 6.67 inches HDR+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It can reach a maximum brightness of 1200nits and a resolution of 1440 x 3200 pixels giving a highly visual experience. Powered by an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 8200 processor.

It is expected that the different models of the K60 smartphone will include different primary cameras. Which are like to be a 64MP Sony IMX686 primary camera, and a 50MP main shooter. And a 48MP main camera.

The phone is also expected to have a 5500 mAh long battery supporting 67W wired and 30 W wireless charging.


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