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Redmi K40 and K40 Pro have appeared on TENNA; launch is confirmed for February 25.

Redmi K40 and K40 Pro have appeared on the Chinese certification website TENAA ahead of their launch. The listing gives us the first look at the possible designs of the two smartphones. The Redmi K40 launch has already been confirmed for February 25 by and Redmi general manager Lu Weibing while the Pro model can arrive later. 

Both the smartphones will feature similar designs according to the images posted on TENNA. Both the phones will feature a center-aligned hole-punch cutout on display. At the back, it features a rectangular camera module with curved corners, which is very similar to what we have recently seen on the Mi 11. The camera system seems to have two large camera sensors and two smaller sensors. This is for both the Redmi K40 and Redmi K40 Pro.

The smartphone will come with a starting price of CNY 2,999 (around Rs 34,000), Weibing had revealed last month while confirming the launch. The smartphone will be more aggressively priced than the Mi 11, which the same processor powers. However, the exact pricing along with the configuration will be known only on February 25.

Weibing also revealed that the phone would come with the “smallest” selfie camera hole, stereo speakers, and “great” battery life. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 SoC will power it. It can feature a flat display that may have a full-HD+ (1,080×2,400 pixels) panel. The smartphone is tipped to have 33W fast charging support. The battery backing the phone could reportedly be a 45000mAh pack.

Weibing has said that the Redmi K40 will feature a center-positioned punch-hole display to house the selfie camera. He said that this had been done to achieve the highest possible screen-to-body ratio, which is why Xiaomi is also looking to introduce the smallest punch-hole cutout seen on the phone yet.

There is still no word on the India availability of the phone.

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