Redmi Gaming Phone Launch May Happen In April, Dimensity 1200, OLED Panel Confirmed
Redmi Gaming phone launch may happen in April, as per incoming reports. Redmi GM Lu Weibing teased the first-ever gaming smartphone recently. Xiaomi already has a separate entity Black Shark focused on gaming smartphones only. Now Redmi will be coming up with its own gaming-centric device. Popular Weibo tipster Digital Chat Station leaked a few key specifications about the upcoming Redmi gaming smartphone.
The device is said to run on the top-end MediaTek chip, Dimensity 1200 with an OLED panel upfront. The Redmi Gaming smartphone will offer some top-notch seamless performance at an affordable attractive price.
The gaming smartphone by Redmi is tipped be run on MediaTek’s flagship Dimensity 1200 processor with a flat OLED screen on top. It’s going to be a hole-punch display with the tiny hole in the middle. The latest generation Redmi K40 series came with Samsung E4 AMOLED displays, which was awarded “the best flat panel in the industry” by DisplayMate Technologies labs. The Redmi K40 displays got an A+ score, the maximum a device can score.
Redmi gaming smartphone will pack in a sizable 5,000 mAh battery and support 65W fast charging. The device can be fully recharged in less than half an hour.
The upcoming Redmi phone will have a set of other gaming-focused features as physical shoulder triggers and others for an enhanced gaming experience. The Redmi Gaming smartphone will also take inspiration from the Black Shark line of phones. Redmi Gaming smartphone price is expected to start for around $300 (INR 22,000), and can turn out to be a blockbuster at this price point.
Also, Redmi Note 10 5G launch globally could happen soon including India. Xiaomi didn’t unveil the 5G model of Redmi Note 10 in the country unlike China, but could be bringing the device soon.
The smartphone recently surfaced on TENAA, spotted by popular tipster Digital Chat Station. The certification hints at the global release soon. Redmi Note 10 5G in the listing has the same design, 6.5-inch 90Hz IPS display, 5,000 mAh battery and 48MP main camera.
The only difference remains with the charging speed on the listing, it’s 22.5W instead of 18W. So, the global Redmi Note 10 5G could vary in terms of a few features compared to the Chinese variant. Given the listing, Redmi Note 10 5G may come bundled with the 18W charger and not a 22.5W charger. In India, all the Redmi Note 10 phones come with 33W fast chargers, while Redmi Note 9 came with the 22.5W charger. The device may get a slot for April release for the global units.