In addition to the Redmi K60 and K60 Pro, one K60E The manufacturer also presented an entry-level model named In other words, the entry into the K60 series, because the Dimensity 8200 and the 120 Hz, 2K (1440 x 3200 pixels) HDR10+ AMOLED display in a 6.67-inch size are obviously strong specifications, but for the chipset “only” LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1- and internal storage, and the panel can display “only” 10-bits and the manufacturer promises a maximum point white luminance of “only” 1200 nits. Wireless charging is also missing, but the 5500 mAh battery accepts fast charging with a power of 67 watts.
Redmi K60E [+]
Next to the main camera, optical stabilization was not spared either, but the Sony IMX582 sensor only works at 48 megapixels, which is the usual 8 megapixel ultra-wide and 2 megapixel alibiaccompanied by a macro sensor. A 20-megapixel selfie unit has a hole in the panel protected by Gorilla Glass Victus, and the fingerprint reader must be found in the power button. The Redmi K60E can be selected with a minimum 8/128 GB memory package for HUF 120,000. Similar to the higher-positioned series companions, the internal storage can be expanded, there is NFC, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.3 and stereo sound, as well as an infrared controller.
Redmi K60 [+]
THE Redmi K60in and a K60 Pro, both devices have a 6.67-inch, 120 Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ compatible, 12-bit AMOLED panel with an integrated fingerprint reader, 1400 nits maximum brightness and a 16 megapixel selfie camera. We also get 30-watt wireless fast charging, no matter which model we choose, but the Pro’s 5000 mAh battery has a power of 120 watts under the supervision of the Surge P1 charging control chip, while the maximum charging power of the basic model stops at 67 watts. In return, we get a 10% larger capacity of 5500 mAh.
Redmi K60 Pro [+]
The 5000 mm2 cooling system is also the same, but in the case of the Pro it assists a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 set, and in the case of the K60 it cools the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip. The 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera and the 2-megapixel macro are shared, but the K60 Pro works with a 50-megapixel, optically stabilized Sony IMX800 sensor, while the K60 has to make do with a 64-megapixel main unit supported by OIS.
The blue Redmi K60 has a leather-effect back cover. [+]
The K60 Pro starts with an 8/128 GB memory package for HUF 178,000 in local money, but for HUF 250,000 you get 16 GB of LPDDR5X RAM and 512 GB of UFS 4.0 internal storage. In the case of the K60, the basic package also means 8/128 GB, and the 16/512 GB package is also an option, only the modules are from the previous generation. For the former, 135,000 HUF must be paid, and for the latter, an amount corresponding to 195,000 HUF. The series was introduced with Android 13 with MIUI 14 user interface.