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The fifth generation of cellphone, at the cheapest price to date

Redmi K30 5G devices They have officially come to China stores, making the accessibility of the new media generation much greater

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The latest projections expect a massive cut in the price levels that can be achieved That supports the fifth-generation media in 2020 compared to the past year, where the pleasure was almost exclusively reserved for those who were able and willing to spend $ 500 or more on a smartphone - and the first swallow we see in January, thanks to the highs of course.

The successful Chinese manufacturer started the year by storm, at least in China's eyes, with the official launch of the Redmi K30 5G in stores - with a 6.67-inch IPS screen at 120 Hz refresh rate, Android 10 system with MIUI 11 interface, The Snapdragon 765G Which includes a modem Built-in, a square main photo array with a 64 megapixel primary unit, dual front photo array and a 4,500mAh battery with a fast 27 watt charge that should return to full capacity in 68 minutes.

The Snapdragon 765G Enables more manufacturers and more smart devices to embrace fifth-generation technology - and today's the one that adds the opportunity with two hands in the shortest time

The specification is certainly impressive, but as with most Redmi Surprise devices it is priced - starting at just 2,000 Chinese yuan, which is about $ 288 in direct conversion, to a model with 64GB of (Expandable to our delight) and 6 GB of Dynamic. Cheapest in the market As of today.

The most basic Redmi K30 5G is available in blue only, but those who want more shades can choose a mid-range version with 128GB of storage and 6GB of For $ 2,300, which is $ 331 - with a choice of blue, silver, oval and reddish.

The design of the Redmi K30 It is relatively interesting, thanks to the circular element seen around the rear camera - but the price-dependent hardware capabilities ratio is the star of the show

It is reasonable to estimate that when a launch is seen for the international version of the Redmi K30 (Similar to the Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro landed in the country as the twin brothers for the Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro last year) Prices will be higher than those in the Chinese market - but given the fine material specifications, along with the latest cellular media support , An increased price will not prevent the Redmi K30 And its counterparts stand out for the positives in the landscape, especially in countries where deployments have been deployed and infrastructure can be used to its full potential.

There is also an alternate Redmi K30 4G model with 730G is a little more modest - and we would love to see these two versions in Israel soon

Despite the fact that the launch of the 5G generation in the Holy Land seems far-fetched - we really won't mind seeing this smartphone land in Israel any time soon, when it should be made clear that it will work very well based on The third and fourth generation already exist here. What do you think of this fresh proposal by Shiumi? Let's tell us in the comments.


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  1. The 4G coverage is still partial in the country… and will not be completed as long as the ultra-Orthodox sector smartphones do not support. It is doubtful that we will see 5G anytime soon, but in the high-tech secular areas (and with them there is Wifi) anyway.

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