This update version number is MIUI-V126.96.36.199.RKJCNXM, and it mainly brings some audio and camera optimization.
The Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced Version is Xiaomi’s first smartphone coming with MIUI 12.5 out of the box. It also comes with a Dimensity 1200 chip, a 5065mAh battery, and a 67W flash charging support.
However, if you still have some concerns about its hardware, the screen of the phone is from the top echelon. The phone uses an OLED flexible screen with a 1.8mm three-sided equal width and a 2.7mm chin.
In terms of design, Redmi’s gaming phone is 8.3mm thick and weighs 205g. It uses an all-metal middle frame, double-sided fifth-generation Corning Gorilla Glass, dual-eye cameras, a high-gloss matte body with silver wings, light blades, and dark shadows.
As we are dealing with Redmi’s first gaming device, it’s quite interesting to know what Lu Weibing thinks about products from this category. Today, he published an interesting post on his Weibo channel.
As for differentiation, all manufacturers are trying to design their own individually looking products. But in fact, they look identical – fancy appearance, heavy body, and expensive price.
That’s why the latest gaming smartphones made by Xiaomi look like traditional smartphones. We mean the Black Shark 4 and the Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced Version.
Our MIUI 12 download link repo has been updated with ROM links for the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition / POCOO F3 GT (ares)https://t.co/6qfGYYpNBa— XDA (@xdadevelopers) May 3, 2021
Attention! Read this before buying the Xiaomi Redmi K40 Gaming Edition from China - #Gaming #Google #Mobile #smartphone #Smartphones #Socialnetworks #Xiaomi - https://t.co/zbLZDOdvVv pic.twitter.com/XOade34TuA— EntertainmentBox (@Ebox_Support) April 30, 2021
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