Xiaomi and Realme are competing together and because of that, we are getting the best smartphones at the budget price range. Recently Realme has launched the Realme X2 in India with the Snapdragon 730G and now Xiaomi has also launched the Redmi K30 with same Snapdragon 730G and the good thing is this Redmi K30 is priced at Rs 16,000 in China and will be launching in India in January 2020 and will compete with Realme X2.
Update 5th May 2020 at 01:59 PM Redmi K30 is launched in India but the phone is launched under POCO Brand. POCO X2 is a rebranded version of Redmi K30, you can click right here to know more about POCO X2 aka Redmi K30.
Now Let’s go deep down and find out “Is it worth Buying Redmi K30” or not?. First, let me show the specification of Redmi K30 (4G)…
- Display: 6.67 inches (120Hz IPS Display)
- Display Feature: HDR 10 Support
- OS: MIUI 11 with Android 10
- Rear Camera: 64MP + 8 MP + 2 MP + 2MP
- Front Cameras: Dual 20MP + 2 MP
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G (8NM chipset)
- Battery: 4,500 mAh (27W Charging Support)
- Colors: Blue, Red, and Purple
- Fingerprint: Side-Mounted
- 64GB + 6GB RAM
- 128GB + 6GB RAM
- 128GB + 8GB RAM
- 256GB + 8GB RAM
Redmi K30 Priced at Rs 16,000 for 6 GB of Ram and 64 GB internal Storage (4g variant).
Is it worth Buying Redmi K30?
Redmi K30 has everything which normal user are looking for in a budget smartphone, now the only thing we need to see is pricing for India because in India we already have RealMe X2 which has batter specification then Redmi K30. For example, RealMe X2 has an AMOLED display and an in-display fingerprint sensor, 30W good charging support.
Were as Redmi K30 has 120Hz display which is very rare for this price tag because most of the brand gives 90Hz or 120Hz over 30k price tag and if you’re getting that feature below 20k then it’s an extra addon.
Now, as you can see both these phones has something which you won’t find in two of this device. One has an AMOLED display but doesn’t have a 120Hz display, one has a 120Hz display but doesn’t have AMOLED display. So it depends on your preference.
If you ask me which one I would pick, I would say none because I don’t like MIUI or even Color OS but still, I think it depends what you want, 120Hz or AMOLED + in-display fingerprint sensor.
Back to the question, Yes Redmi K30 is worth buy because it has powerful Snapdragon 730G, 120Hz display, HDR 10 support, 27W fast charging support, you’re getting Android 10 out of the box, all these things you’re getting at only Rs 16,000. So yes, you can buy Redmi K30 whenever it launches in India.
That’s it for today, now if you have any questions regarding this Redmi K30 or RealMe X2 then do let me know in the comment box below.