Last week it was revealed that the Redmi K60 series would come in at least three models, the K60E, K60 and K60 Pro, with different processors, including Dimensity 8200, Snapdragon 8+ and Snapdragon 8 Gen2.
Redmi K60E caught on Geekbench: will we find the old Snapdragon 870 instead of Dimensity 8200?
Well, this afternoon a Redmi-branded smartphone appeared on the well-known GeekBench benchmarking platform. The device has been identified with the model number 22127RK46C, this is thought to be the upcoming Redmi K60E.
Surprisingly, the benchmark revealed to us that the phone uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor, which is exactly the same as its predecessors Redmi K40 and K40S. A chip that is high-end, but in 2023 it will be quite old and outdated.
In any case, the benchmark page mentions that the device comes with 12GB of RAM and Android 13 OS on board. The smartphone scored 961 points in the single-core test and 3123 points in the multi-core test of Geekbench 5. Furthermore, the device was previously seen at the 3C certification site in China, with the same revealing to us that it could arrive with support for 120W fast charging.
The Redmi K60E is otherwise rumored to have the codename "Rembrandt", but unfortunately there is no other information on the specifics of the K60E at the moment
Staying on the Redmi K60 series theme, the Redmi 22122RK93C device (codenamed Socrates) is expected to arrive as Redmi K60 and some of its leaked specs include Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, MIUI 13-based Android 14 OS, and 67W fast charging.
While the Redmi device with model number 23013RK75C and codename Mondrian is expected to be launched as Redmi K60 Pro in China. Specs are expected to include a 2K AMOLED display with support for a 120Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chip, MIUI 13-based Android 14 OS, and 67W charging.