Redmi’s next-generation flagship smartphone series will be the Redmi K50. Although the company did not say anything, according to reports from various quarters, four models may come under this series. It will include Redmi K50, Redmi K50 Game Edition, K50 Pro, and K50 Pro +. And like every year, the devices will be launched in different parts of the world under different names. A report on the Redmi K50 series processor has now surfaced, which is enough to excite smartphone lovers.
Each model of the Redmi K50 series will be offered with a different processor – Snapdragon 870, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Density 7000, and Density 9000. What’s not there? The presence of so many different powerful chipsets in an Android smartphone series! A popular Chinese tipster Weibo (China’s microblogging platform) shared the information by writing that the Redmi K50 series will use a complete range of processors.
Note that the Snapdragon 870 processor was previously used in the Redmi K40. But the rest of the chips are brand new and have yet to be seen on any smartphone. Speaking of the Snapdragon 870, it’s a flagship-grade chip. Features are similar to the Snapdragon 865. The processor has been released as an alternative to the Snapdragon 888.
On the other hand, the upgraded version of Snapdragon 888 is Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Hopefully, this True Flagship Processor will outperform others in terms of performance. Incidentally, the name of this processor was initially thought to be Snapdragon 898.
Let’s come to the MediaTek camp. Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will compete with the company’s most powerful processor Density 9000. The processor’s score in AnTuTu’s benchmark testing is around 850,000, which is higher than the Snapdragon 870. But less than the Snapdragon 888. On the other hand, the Density 7000 processor can be assumed to be a downgraded version of the Density 9000.
The specifications of the Redmi K50 series are still unknown. However, it is expected that the Redmi K50 Pro and K50 Pro + will come with a high-end AMOLED E5 display, high-refresh-rate, and 100 watts fast charging.