Redmi has launched the Redmi K-30 Ultra recently on the occasion of anniversary of its 10 years. Read through to know about the specs, features, expected price, and availability of Redmi K-30 Ultra here in Nepal. Overview: Redmi K-30 Ultra is not a phone that has been built from the ground up. Rather, it is based on the Redmi K-3 Pro but feature some changes that distinguish it from its sibling. There has not changed in the design department– the Redmi K-30 Ultra looks similar to the Redmi K-30-Pro. They also feature the same 6.67-inch screen size. Moreover, Redmi has also confirmed that the AMOLED display used on this device comes from Samsung and the displays have a peak brightness of 1200-nits and a contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1. Previous model, i.e. Redmi K-30-Pro, was criticized for having a standard 60-Hz display. So to overcome this drawback, Redmi has included 120 -Hz panel on this but users need to switch between 60-Hz and 120-Hz refresh rate manually. The touch sampling rate is 240-Hz. Like the Redmi K-30Pro, the Ultra comes with a pop -up selfie camera. Thus, the phone can boast screen to body 92.7 %. of ratio
Redmi has broken a tradition with this device. Over the years, the Redmi K series is only featured high-end smart phone chipsets from Qualcomm. However, the Redmi K-30 Ultra is the first device under the K series to feature a MediaTek processor. The device packs in the Dimensity 1000+ chipset. This 7-nm chipset features four Cortex A 77 cores clocked at 2.6G-Hz and four Cortex A 55 cores clocked at 2-Ghz. The graphics are handled by Mali G 77 MP 9. Helio M -70 5-G modem is integrated into the chipset. However, it only supports the slower sub-6-Hz spectrum. MediaTek’s HyperEngine 2.0 is included for a better gaming experience for gamers. Moreover, the cooling arrangement in this model includes a vapor chamber and a heat dissipation system composed of graphene and graphite which effectively avoids the heating problem The base variant of the Redmi-K -30 Ultra comes with 6-GB of RAM and 128-GB of internal storage. All the higher variants feature 8 GB of RAM paired with either 128 GB, 256 GB, or 512 GB of internal storage. A lot of choices, right? Camera: This device has a quad-camera setup at the back and the cameras are unchanged from what we saw in the K-30 Pro. The 64MP setup is led by Sony IMX686 primary sensor. Moreover, the users get a 13MP ultra-wide sensor, a 2 MP depth sensor along with a 5-MP telephoto macro sensor. Battery: This model is powered by a 4,500-mAh battery with support for 33-W fast charging. To keep the price down for this model, the company has not opted for wireless charging. The 33-W charger is included in the box. It dual stereo speakers and a linear vibration motor and like other Redmi devices, it has an IR blaster.
Specifications: Body:163.3 x 75.4 x 9.1-mm Weight:213gms Display:6.67 -inches AMOLED panel; 120-Hz Refresh Rate; 240-Hz Touch Sampling Rate; Corning Gorilla Glass 5; 100% DCI-P3; HDR10+; 1200 nits peak brightness Storage:512\256\128GB RAM:6\8 GB LPDDR4x Resolution:FHD+(1080 x 2400 pixels) CPU:cta-core(4×2.0 GHz Cortex A55 & 4×2.6 GHz Cortex A77) Chipset:MediaTek Dimensity 1000+; 7 nm Mobile Platform GPU:Mali G77 Software & UI:MIUI 12 Rear Camera:Quad-camera; -64MP primary shooter -13MP ultra-wide lens –5MP, macro len –2MP depth sensor Front Camera:20 MP lens; Pop-up Audio:Dual Stereo speakers; Hi-Res Audio Triple microphones, no headphone jack Connectivity:Single Nano-SIM, WiFi802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax(Dual-band), GPS/AGPS/GLONASS/Beidou, Bluetooth 5.1, NFC USB Type-C, Battery:4500 mAh with 33W fast charging; QC4+ / PD Prices of different variants of this model: Redmi -K30 Ultra (6/128-GB): Rs.34,555 Redmi -K30 Ultra (8/128-GB): Rs.38,010 Redmi -K30 Ultra (8/256-GB): Rs.43,200 Redmi -K30 Ultra (8/512-GB): Rs.46,655