Everything points to that in the first months of 2023, Xiaomi will launch the new Redmi K60 series on the market.
And, according to the latest rumors, the wait will be worth it, as the models will arrive with top specs that include different processors for all tastes.
Xiaomi Redmi K60 with three different processors
The Redmi K50 series was officially announced in February 2022 [email protected]mi
The Xiaomi 13 flagship series is expected to be revealed by the end of this year. But after this great presentation, the Chinese brand will not slow down and in the first months of 2023 it should reveal another long-awaited series of its Redmi sub-brand.
We are talking about the Redmi K60 line that, in recent times, has been the subject of multiple rumors. And all the information released points to this series conquering many users, thanks to its top specifications.
According to leaker Digital Chat Station, the base model Redmi K60 can be powered by the new Dimensity 8200 processor. This chip will be officially presented by MediaTek on the 8th of November and was designed to power smartphones positioned in the mid-high segment of the market.
The model now known as Redmi K60 Gaming should have the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor at the controls. Once again, this chip has not yet been formally announced. Qualcomm will make its presentation on November 15th at its usual annual conference.
Finally, the new Redmi K60 series should also have a model that will arrive equipped with the well-known Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. Both this model and the base model Redmi K60 will have a “more affordable” processor so that the cost of the models may also be more accessible, say the rumors so far spread.
Whatever the reason, what is certain is that the new Redmi K60 series will have processors for all tastes and wallets and, for that reason, it can become a real sales success.
Could Redmi K60 Gaming be a POCO model in the global market?
Some rumors suggest that the Redmi K60 Gaming could be launched as a POCO model, in the global market. Which makes sense considering that its predecessor Redmi K50 Gaming was made available globally under the trade name POCO F4 GT.
But, according to some data released, the model was not exactly a sales success outside China. This was due to some performance issues, specifically overheating issues related to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor.
For this reason, Xiaomi wants to play it safe and will integrate the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip in this model, which, by all indications, does not suffer from the problem of “hot hands”.
In this sense, it is possible that Xiaomi will maintain the strategy and make the Redmi K60 Gaming available as a POCO terminal. But it is still too early to be certain. After all, the new Redmi series will only be presented in the first months of 2023 and should only be launched globally a few months later.
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