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Xiaomi Redmi K30 In-Depth Review[2020]

                    

After being a sub-brand of Xiaomi Redmi K20 was the first major Surprising Smartphone from Redmi. Till now it’s a solid device in the market due to its good build a feature. But recently Redmi has released its successor Redmi K30. In today’s article, we are going to discuss 5 reasons why you should buy the Redmi K30. Welcome to the source of the product.




Display

 The Display is the main selling point of Redmi K30. K30 is not having an AMOLED Display like the K20. Instead, it comes with an IPS panel which is HDR 10 Certified. Its screen refresh rate is 120Hz which means the screen can refresh 120 times within a second. This results in a buttery smooth transition & it is very easy to notice. You can also enjoy high FPS games on this display very smoothly. You will surely get used to the high refresh rate display. Aside from that this IPS display is one of the best in the market in this price range. It highly colors accurate, with no aggressive saturations. You can enjoy HDR videos on different platforms like Youtube or so. Though Amoled is more preferable as an IPS it’s a great display 

Performance. 

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The processor used in K30 is the Snapdragon 730G which is a midrange beast. It’s an upgraded 730 with an overclocked Adreno 618 GPU which delivers 15% better performance. It ran High demanding games very well cuz it’s a gaming chip. There was no lag or stuttering in day to day tasks & the multi-tasking was also Steller. UFS 2.1 delivers fast app opening and switching.


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