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Redmi K40 and K40 Pro images revealed by TENAA listing

Redmi has already confirmed that it will launch the Redmi K40 on February 25. However, the Pro model will be launched later this year. Ahead of the launch, Redmi K40 and K40 Pro have been listed on the Chinese certification website TENAA. The listing reveals how the phones will look like along with some key details.

TENAA listing reveals that Redmi K40 and K40 Pro have similar designs on the front and back. Both the phones have a centrally aligned punch-hole cutout to house the selfie camera. Redmi has earlier teased that, K40 series phones have the smallest punch-hole cutout in any smartphone.

Around the back, both Redmi K40 and K40 are equipped with a rectangular camera module. The module consists of two large camera sensors and two small sensors. There is a company branding below the camera module. Both the devices are most likely to feature OLED display and in-display fingerprint sensor.

TENAA listing reveals that Redmi K40 Pro has 108-megapixel primary camera and 256GB onboard storage. Redmi K40 has the model number M2012K11AC and the Pro variant carries model number M2012K11AC. That’s all pretty much details out there. We’ll update on this blog as we get more details.

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Vicky Kumar
Vicky Kumar
Vicky Kumar is a close follower of tech especially when it comes to smartphone. He is passionate to write about the new updates in technology. When he is not working, you'll find him watching cricket highlights or surfing the web.

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