As we saw a few days ago, the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition will arrive at our house in disguise. His name will most likely be POCO F3 GT and therefore it will be the umpteenth attempt to re-propose the same smartphone in another sauce. But basically it's okay, as long as it costs poco. However, this morning comes news from the Google Play Console that the Redmi in question has been certified. What does this mean? What will he come too? We make clarity.
Redmi K40 Gaming Edition will arrive in Europe as POCO F3 GT and not with its real name: the Google Play Console is a completely different story
It is necessary to clarify one thing: the Google Play Console does not certify smartphones that will arrive in the Global version, or at least that's not exactly the case. The Redmi K40 Gaming Edition we are dealing with will come to us, yes, but with the name of POCO F3 GT. So why has the Google portal certified it? Simple, because the device will be equipped with the possibility of "implanting" Google services.
As we know, not all Xiaomi smartphones that come from China have received this certification. In fact, if we take a good look, only those who came here under another name did
In any case, the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition will also arrive in the Global version as mentioned, although we do not know when. Recall that the gaming phone comes with a 6.67 ″ OLED display with an update rate of 120 Hz and a touch sampling rate of 480 Hz. The Redmi K40 Gaming Edition is then powered by a chipset MediaTek Dimensity 1200 at 6nm. It also integrates a 5065 mAh which supports a quick charge from 67W: from 0 to 100% in just 42 minutes.