Qualcomm held simultaneous technology summit events in Hawaii and Sanya, officially unveiling the new generation of flagship mobile platform Snapdragon 8 Gen2, using TSMC’s 4nm process, officially claiming to disrupt the flagship landscape again in 2023. With the debut of the chip, the focus of attention has also shifted to the issue of who will break the bottom price of the chip’s flagship, of which Redmi, which has always been the main focus of the ultimate price/performance ratio, is naturally the brand that everyone has high hopes for. The latest news is that Xiaomi Group China president Lu Weibing is suspected to have started warming up the new machine equipped with the chip.
The newest release from Xiaomi’s China president Lu Weibing shows that guess which Redmi product will be equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen2, and many users have speculated that the first Redmi family model to be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chip will probably be the new Redmi K60 series. The Redmi K60 series is likely to continue to be named the K60 Premium Edition. In addition, the series will continue to be available in K60, K60 Pro, K60 Pro + and other versions, covering all price points from entry to high-end.
Other than that, according to previous information, the new Redmi K60 series will continue to be available in multiple grades, the highest of which will have a 2K straight screen, as the previous Redmi K50 series already had the slogan “pushing the popularity of 2K screens across the board”, and the processors will include Snapdragon 8+ and then The processors will include the Snapdragon 8+ and then the top-end Snapdragon 8 Gen2 flagship processors, and will also feature a 50MP main camera with a large base. In addition, the series will also offer 67W wired + 30W wireless and 120W fast charging + 30W wireless fast charging solutions, which is also the first model in the Redmi family to support wireless charging, and its cost performance is evident.
It is reported that the new Redmi K60 series will meet with you in December this year at the earliest, and no surprise, this machine will be the last “flagship welder” this year. For more details, we will wait and see.