Xiaomi will launch a replacement Redmi TV alongside the Redmi K30 Pro in China on Tuesday. The announcement was made earlier today on the Chinese micro-blogging site, Weibo, by Redmi head, Lu Weibing. GizmoChina further speculates that the corporate can also unveil new RedmiBook 14 variants powered by AMD Ryzen chips and a replacement air purifier called the Redmi Air Purifier F1. Xiaomi is yet to verify either of the above officially, but thankfully, we won’t need to wait too long to work everything out.
While Xiaomi does sell a variety of Mi TV models in India, it’s set to launch its Redmi TV home in the country, therefore the new TV is unlikely to form its way here any time soon. While the RedmiBook is additionally likely to stay a China-exclusive for now, it’ll be interesting to ascertain if the new air purifier is going to be launched in India at some stage. Xiaomi’s portfolio within the country already includes the Mi Air Purifier 3 that was launched late last year.
Meanwhile, Xiaomi has long confirmed the launch of its Redmi series flagship, the K30 Pro, on March 24. The device will ship with a 60Hz AMOLED display, the Snapdragon 865 SoC, a quad-cam setup at the rear possibly headlined by the 64MP Sony IMX686 primary sensor, an in-display fingerprint scanner and support for dual-band 5G networks. it’s also expected to return with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. A 4,700mAh battery with 33W fast charging could also be on the cards also.