The gaming version of Redmi K40 was compared with competitors A and B. The screen frames of the Redmi model are smaller – it can be seen even by eye

The gaming version of Redmi K40 was compared with competitors A and B. The screen frames of the Redmi model are smaller – it can be seen even by eye

New details about the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition smartphone have been published online. This time the attention of the potential audience is focused on the screen and its characteristics.

The Redmi K40 Gaming Edition uses a Samsung E4 OLED screen with a frame rate of 120Hz instead of 144Hz as previously reported. The polling rate of the sensor layer is 480 Hz. The display provides 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space and supports HDR10 +. Redmi notes that the device uses the technology “crystal on glass” – Chip-on-Glass. It involves connecting the controllers on a glass substrate using an anisotropic conductive film. This allows you to reduce the size of the screen module, but not only. Other advantages of the technology are lower power consumption and higher brightness and contrast.

Finally, in another picture, Redmi compared its K40 Gaming Edition against two of its competitors. As you can see, the bezels of the Redmi smartphone are smaller. Albeit not much in comparison with competitor B, but nonetheless.

Recall that the official premiere of Redmi K40 Gaming Edition and Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced Edition will take place on Tuesday, April 27. Smartphones are built on SoC MediaTek Dimensity 1200, equipped with powerful vibration motors and a large cooling system, triple camera with integrated (clearly configurable) backlight. The devices use 5000mAh batteries with 67W fast charging support. Also, these models will be the first in the range of Xiaomi with a pre-installed interface MIUI 12.5 final version.

The gaming version of Redmi K40 was compared with competitors A and B. The screen frames of the Redmi model are smaller – it can be seen even by eye

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