Redmi annual flagship K30 Pro is about to be delisted: the K40 series Will Be available

Redmi K30 Pro is Redmi’s annual flagship launched in the first half of this year. It is Redmi’s first snapdragon 865 phone.

News on November 8, Lu Weibing, President of Xiaomi Group China and general manager of Redmi Brand, said in an interaction with Mi fans that Redmi K30 Pro has entered the deliout period, which means there are not many products left.

Earlier, Lei Jun, founder and chairman of xiaomi Corp, confirmed that the Mi 10 Pro had been ordered and that stocks of the Commemorative Mi 10 Supreme edition were running low.

There are signs that Redmi and Xiaomi are gearing up for the next generation of Qualcomm’s flagship platform snapdragon 875, which will be released on December 1 using a 5nm process.

Lu has previously hinted that Xiaomi will use a 5nm Snapdragon 875 processor, with the mi 11 likely to be the first model.

The Samsung Galaxy S21, which is also rumored to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 875, will be launched in January 2021, and if Xiaomi is to guarantee the first snapdragon 875, then the Mi 11 could also be released in January.

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Redmi is the first company to use Snapdragon 875 chip. Redmi K40 Pro is expected to be available in Q1 of 2021.

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