Redmi K40 Gaming Edition With Dimensity 1200 Officially Unveiled
We’ve been hearing a lot of a Redmi gaming phone coming and the device has been officially revealed in China where it is called the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition, the brand’s first entry to the gaming smartphone segment.
Redmi K40 Gaming Edition officially launched
What’s on hand for the new device? Well it comes with a 120Hz refresh rate as well as a 480Hz touch sampling rate. There’s physical shoulder triggers, 5000mAh battery, and a 67W charger, things you’d expect for a gaming device.
In terms of the SoC of choice, they’ve opted to utilize the 6nm Dimensity 1200 chipset. For RAM, there’s up to 12GB RAM that’s paired with up to 256GB of internal storage. For cooling the device down, it seems that they are using a combination of graphene, graphite, and a vapor chamber to cool things off when you’re gaming.
On the front, it sports a 6.67-inch AMOLED panel that offers 10-bit colours, HDR10+ support, as well as DCI-P3 coverage, which is pretty impressive. Switching to the back, it comes with a 64MP Quad-Bayer main camera, 8MP ultra-wide lens, and finally a 2MP macro sensor. The dual speakers are tuned by JBL and you get Hi-Res and Dolby Atmos support.
Coming with several variants, the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition is launching on the 30th of April 2021 in China. Here are their prices:
- 6GB/128GB – CNY1,999 (~RM1,263)
- 8GB/128GB – CNY2,199 (~RM1,389)
- 8GB/256GB – CNY2,399 (~RM1,516)
- 12GB/128GB – CNY2,699 (~RM1,705)
To top it all off, there’s also a special Bruce Lee edition of the device where it comes with a higher-end 12GB RAM plus 256GB of storage. It’s unclear on whether the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition will reach to Malaysia or not but rest assured that we will update you if it does happen. For more on the latest tech and gaming news plus reviews, stay tuned to Pokde.net.
Pokdepinion: Oh my, with prices like that, the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition does look like an attractive offering in the gaming smartphone segment. While it’s not the highest end and most performing chip, I wonder if the Dimensity 1200 can do a decent job. Hopefully, it’ll reach our shores here in Malaysia so we can test it out.