According to a screenshot posted by Redmi General Manager Lu Weibing, the Redmi K40 battery would last for over a day on a single charge. On the forthcoming Redmi handset, the screenshot showing the battery life also shows a full-HD+ monitor. It is expected that the Redmi K40 will come alongside a superior variant that could be named the Redmi K40 Pro. With hole-punch screens, both phones are likely to go and have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC. As the successor to the Redmi K30 family, launched in 4G and 5G versions in December 2019, the Redmi K40 series will debut.
On Monday, Lu Weibing posted a screenshot on Weibo showing a 64% battery charge left after 10.5 hours of use on the Redmi K40. The executive did not provide any information, particularly about the apps being used on the phone and whether until the last charging it was kept idle for some time. The Redmi model’s precise battery life is still also a mystery. After 10.5 hours of usage, the Redmi K40 seems to have a 64% battery charge. The screenshot reveals that 25 hours and four minutes should be used with the remaining 6% of the battery.
Weibing’s shared screenshot also indicates that Redmi K40 comes with a display of Full-HD+ resolution that would include 1,080 to 2,400 pixels and an aspect ratio of 20:9. Redmi Product Director Wang Teng Thomas told Weibo earlier this month that there will be more than one phone in the Redmi K40 series that could come with the Snapdragon 888 SoC. This may be the Redmi K40 Pro with a hole-punch panel style that was tipped to go. Weibing also recently revealed that it would debut next month with the Redmi K40 series. He also stated that the starting cost of the new phones would be CNY 2, 9999. (Roughly Rs. 33,800).