Official announcement! Redmi K40 will be equipped with 120Hz AMOLED E4 screen

The Redmi K40 series will be released on February 25. As the release date approaches, the details of Redmi K40 are gradually being revealed.

Today, Lu Weibing, president of Xiaomi Group China and general manager of the Redmi brand, announced that all Redmi K40 series are equipped with 120Hz AMOLED E4 screens as standard.

Lu Weibing emphasized that there will be no mistakes this time. The Redmi K40 series comes standard, which may be the most expensive direct screen in the industry.

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The previous generation of Redmi K30 Pro used a 60Hz AMOLED full screen. The absence of a high refresh rate makes 60Hz a big pity for Redmi K30 Pro.

Now on the Redmi K40 series, Redmi has made up for this shortcoming, and the screen quality has been greatly improved.

This time the Redmi K40 series uses E4 AMOLED, which is the industry’s first straight-screen flagship equipped with an E4 screen.

The official emphasized that E4 brings higher screen brightness, lower power consumption under the same brightness, and is specifically designed for the 5G era.

Compared with the previous generation E3 OLED, E4 is more expensive, but it brings obvious amazing performance.

In addition, the K40 series is one of the first mobile phones equipped with Snapdragon 888. It is the latest flagship 5G chip commercialized by Qualcomm this year. It adopts the leading 5nm process. This is the most advanced technology for mobile phone chips. The complexity is like construction of a city for billions of people, which only covers an area of one square centimeter.

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Redmi K40 may have the world’s smallest micro-hole on screen

We can see that this hole is indeed not big. It is obviously smaller than rice, red beans and mung beans. The diameter of the hole is about the size of a black sesame seed.

At present, the official has not announced the specific aperture. Previously, it was rumored in the industry to be 2.8mm. The length of a sesame seed is about 2mm. What do you think it is?

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