Redmi K40 design teased in new image ahead of launch

Redmi K40 launch is set for February 25th and a new teaser image shows off the phone's triple camera system and a black colour finish.

Highlights
  • Redmi K40 is set to launch on February 25th
  • A new teaser image shows off the phone’s triple camera system
  • Redmi K40 Pro may be launched alongside the vanilla model

Redmi K40 launch is just a few days away as the company announced that the phone will go official on February 25th. Now, ahead of the launch event, the Redmi K40 design has been teased for the very first time. The image shared by Redmi General Manager Lu Weibing teases the smartphone’s triple rear camera system and a true black colour finish. Additionally, the Redmi executive calls it a “dual flagship” launch, which suggests that the Redmi K40 Pro will also launch alongside the vanilla model. Redmi K40 price in China and specifications have been tipped in the past and here’s what we know.

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Redmi K40 launch teaser

Redmi K40 launch teaser

As per the teaser image, the Redmi K40 has a rectangular rear camera module that is made up of glass. The module will house three camera sensors and an LED flash. We see two large camera sensors, which suggests the company may be going with a 64MP or 108MP camera. The smartphone will seemingly come with a glass rear panel that is in pure black colour.

Redmi K40 specifications (expected)

Redmi K40 is tipped to launch with a punch-hole display instead of a pop-up camera system. The smartphone may come with an FHD+ LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The Redmi K40 could be powered by either the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 SoC or the Snapdragon 870 chipset. Other Redmi K40 specs tipped so far include 8GB of RAM, 128GB internal storage, 5G connectivity, and a 4,000mAh battery with fast charging support.

Redmi K40 price (expected)

Redmi K40 price in China was tipped long ago, so we’re not sure how accurate it is. The phone is said to come with a starting price of CNY 2,999 (approx Rs 34,000). If true, it would make the Redmi K40 cheaper than the Xiaomi Mi 11. There is no word yet on the Redmi K40 Pro price yet.