The senior official of Xiaomi announced the cancellation of the production of Redmi K60 Gaming
Over the past months, there have been many reports about three phones in the Redmi K60 family, all three of which have received the necessary certifications from China's 3C organization. In the meantime, we should mention that a few months ago, Redmi K50 Gaming was launched as a successor to K40 Gaming, but now it seems that none of the Redmi K60 series phones will be a Gaming phone.
Now one of the authorities Arshad Xiaomi, who is also the head of this company in China and manages the Redmi brand, announced that in 2023, users will no longer need dedicated phones for Gaming and said that this trend is "doomed to death". Based on these statements, apparently the standard model of this family is considered powerful enough for gamers, and this group of users can use the phone in question as a Gaming phone.
As we said at the beginning of the article, in weeks And in recent months, extensive information has been published about these phones. Based on this information, the Redmi K60E model uses the Dimension 8200 chipset, which brings a very high hardware power despite the low price. On the other hand, Redmi K60 is going to reach users with Snapdragon 8 Plus 1st generation chipset, which has been installed in many phones in the past months and has a lot to say. Finally, we should mention the Pro model of this family, which will be introduced with the new Snapdragon 8 generation 2 chipset.
Of course, these phones are specific to the Chinese market, and as usual, at least two models of these phones will be introduced in China will go to global markets under the Poco brand, and we have to see at what price Xiaomi will deliver these phones to users living in other countries.
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