Redmi K50 Ultra coming with an extra large 50MP sensor (leak)

The Redmi K50 series launched this year with the MediaTek Dimensity 8100 chip on board and a high refresh rate and 2K resolution screen, has seen enormous success in China, becoming the most popular smartphone in its price range.

Redmi K50 Ultra coming with an extra large 50MP sensor (leak)

However, although the current K50 series can perfectly meet the needs of many in terms of performance, there are still many users who care about the photographic sector who are not particularly satisfied.

Well, according to previous rumors, the K50 series will launch a high-end model, the Redmi K50 Ultra, in the second half of the year, which will make up for the current shortcomings, especially in terms of imaging.

Speaking of which, this afternoon, well-known Chinese blogger Digital Chat Station revealed that Redmi may have a model with a 50 megapixel main camera with a large sensor.

Although the blogger did not specify which model he was talking about, knowing the Xiaomi product schedule, this large sensor should be equipped on Redmi's most high-end smartphone, which corresponds to the Redmi K50 Ultra, or alternatively the Redmi K50. Pro +.

Furthermore, it should be noted that previous leaks also showed that the Redmi K50 Ultra will be upgraded to the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Plus with TSMC's 4nm process, with the performance being further improved.

As for the other specifications that it should find on board the next Redmi K50 Ultra, the smartphone could be very similar to the K50 Pro in terms of hardware configuration and design as a whole, in particular the very high quality 2K flat screen on the side would be kept. front, the same also applies to fast charging which should always be 120 W.

Now we just have to wait for further leaks or official info to get more confirmations.

Pierpaolo Figuccia

Pierpaolo Figuccia

Nerd, passionate about technology, photography, video maker and gamer. And of course I love Xiaomi products! Available on Twitter.


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