Xiaomi has big plans to revolutionize the mobile gaming segment

 Last week Xiaomi introduced the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition in China. This is the first markedly gaming smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer outside of the well-known Black Shark.

Redmi's managing director, Lu Weibing, revealed the reasons why Redmi wanted to enter this segment. And the biggest one is due to the fact that smartphones are still not very popular with consumers.

Xiaomi has big plans to revolutionize the mobile gaming segment


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In addition, gaming smartphones are usually expensive equipment. This is not at all the focus of the Redmi K40 Gaming, since the equipment was presented in China for an initial price of € 260.

This is by far the cheapest gaming smartphone available on the market. And given its value, it cannot be said to be modest in many of its main characteristics.

It has a 6.67 ”inch OLED panel with Full HD + resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. It is controlled by the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 processor with support for 5G.

Users can choose between 128GB and 256GB of storage and 6GB to 12GB of RAM. The battery is 5065mAh, and has 67W so you can fully charge it in 42 minutes. The speakers are stereo and were developed in partnership with JBL.

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However, we do not recommend purchasing the terminal from China. As mentioned in this article , you do not have support for installing Google services. Rumors point to it being released globally as POCO F3 GT.

In less than 1 minute, it sold more than 100,000 units, and the brand expects to reach 1.7 million sales in China alone. Lu Weibing hopes that this will help to popularize this type of smartphones.

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