Redmi will unveil its new flagship phone in February. Company CEO Liu Weibing said the K40 renderings circulating online were “fake”, while the smartphone actually looked very, very beautiful.
The flagship Redmi K40 will be unveiled next February. Although the Chinese manufacturer has explained some of the technical specifications of the device, the design of the smartphone is kept secret.
However, some rendering images (below) claimed to show the Redmi K40 have crashed on the internet. Redmi president Liu Weibing shared his views on these images on his personal Weibo account.
According to the experienced manager, the images that have been posted online are all fake. Weibing claims that the real Redmi K40 is very, very beautiful. In the meantime, let’s note that the device is in his hands and he is sharing with the new Redmi K40.
According to current information, the Redmi K40 will come with a 6.81-inch flat screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a Snapdragon 888 processor, a 5,000 mAh battery and a 108 megapixel main camera. The smartphone will be sold starting at $463.