According to the information that was provided by the source Digital Chat Station earlier this month, the Redmi K70 series consists of three different devices. These devices go by the codenames Ingress, Vermeer, and Manet. These mobile computing devices will most likely be referred to as the Redmi K70e, Redmi K70, and Redmi K70 Pro when they are released on the Chinese market in the month of December of this year. Long before the product was actually available for purchase, the Manet device was spotted in the Geekbench 6 database carrying the model number 23117RK66C. Take a look at the new information that has surfaced as a direct consequence of the listing in this article.
Unveil The Power of 8 Gen 3
On Geekbench 6, the Redmi K70 Pro was discovered to be equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. Even though the specific name of the chip is not mentioned, the CPU and GPU specifications that have been uncovered through the Geekbench listing provide conclusive evidence that the aforementioned chipset will be implemented in the product in question.
Along with 16 GB of RAM and the SD8G3 processor, the upcoming Android 14 operating system will come preinstalled on the device. It is possible that MIUI 14 will be used as a skin on top of Android 14. In the single-core benchmark, the device received a score of 1100 points, and in the multi-core benchmark, it received 5150 points.
According to rumors, the display on the Redmi K70 Pro will be an OLED panel that is flat, will have a resolution of 2K, will have a refresh rate of 120Hz, and will include a fingerprint reader. The 5,500 mAh battery that powers the device is able to withstand rapid charging of up to 120 W and can supply up to 1 TB of storage using the UFS 4.0 file system. It is possible that the camera setup on its back will consist of a primary camera with a resolution of 50 megapixels (Sony IMX707, with OIS), an ultra-wide lens, and a telephoto camera with 3.2 times the zoom. It is possible that it does not have the capability to charge wirelessly.
When it was listed on Geekbench in August, it was said to have a Dimensity 9200 Plus chipset inside of it. This was the case with the Redmi K70 Pro. It is important to make a note of the fact that this listing was false and that you should disregard it.