Redmi K50 Gaming is the next smartphone of the Chinese company born from an initiative of Xiaomi: here's how it will be according to the latest rumors
Redmi is ready to make official in China a high-performance smartphone, the Redmi K50 Gaming. As the name suggests, it will be a product particularly suitable for video game enthusiasts, who will find in the Chinese smartphone a good companion to have fun on the go.
According to information filtering through the production chain, the Redmi K50 Gaming project is already ready. The gaming Android will be one of the few products dedicated to gaming enthusiasts with a chip from MediaTek, but the feeling is that it may just be one of the first powered by the Taiwanese company. MediaTek in fact is in great shape: a few days ago it has made official the Dimensity 9000, a chip that, as emerged in the dedicated article, is a top of the range with very few compromises. Consequently it will lend itself very well to this kind of applications, so the Redmi K50 Gaming could be just one of the first Android smartphones by MediaTek to be released in the coming months with a particular propensity for mobile gaming.
How will Redmi K50 Gaming
Redmi K50 Gaming will have an OLED screen with a refresh rate of 144 Hz, the maximum available today for mobile applications, which will integrate the fingerprint reader for secure unlocking. The reader will be manufactured by Goodix or FPC, two companies specializing in high quality components.
Smartphone devoted to gaming yes, but without neglecting those who will buy it mainly for its power and not for this want to give up taking good pictures. Redmi K50 Gaming will have a four-camera rear configuration, with the main sensor manufactured by Sony, the 64-megapixel IMX686, flanked by a 13 MP ultra wide-angle camera, an 8 MP OmniVision OVO8856 telemacro and finally a 2 MP depth of field sensor, which will help improve the blur effect that embellishes portraits.
According to rumors, there will also be a Redmi K50 Gaming variant with a 108-megapixel Samsung Isocell HM2 sensor rather than the 64 MP Sony IMX686. Debut Chapter. Many clues lead to believe that the Chinese debut of Redmi K50 Gaming is scheduled for December 2021, but some inside sources show doubtful: the device would still be in development due to a software still to be refined, and in addition, the company may encounter difficulties related to the chip crisis.
There is also Xiaomi Rubens
The rumors tell the existence of another model, known at the moment by the codename Xiaomi Rubens, which is directly related to the Redmi K50 Gaming. It will have the MediaTek Dimensity 7000 chip and three cameras at the rear instead of the four seen previously: one of the three will be the 64-megapixel Samsung Isocell GW3.
It is not yet clear the commercial designation of this product, but it is likely - rumors report - that it is intended to be sold only in the Chinese market. And anyway, it will arrive a few months after the Redmi K50 Gaming, rumored in April 2022.