Now, the XDA brings some more features to the K30 series. The XDA says a new machine, code-named Phoenix, will feature a 120Hz refresh rate screen, a side fingerprint recognition sensor and a Sony IMX686 sensor. According to XDA, the device is likely to be the Redmi K30, as there is currently a side fingerprint-identified rendering and the K30 will be matched by the features of the front-hole double-tap.
The XDA points out that in the latest version of MIUI 11, a new method called “isBroadSideFingerprint” has been added, which returns “true” when the device’s code name matches “Phoenix” or “Picasso”. In other words, phoenix and Picasso devices will support side fingerprinting. In addition, the render shows that BroadSide refers to the right side of the device. The core_scan_gesture_broadside also shows that the phone has a punched front double camera.
For the 120Hz refresh rate screen, XDA found last month that settings of 60Hz and 120Hz refresh rate are available in the MIUI system’s settings options, but Xiaomi has not yet released mobile products with high refresh rate screens. Right now. The XDA also found that the 120Hz refresh rate was associated with Phoenix, which would return “true” after matching to Phoenix in “isSuppot HighFrameRate”.
And about Sony’s IMX686 sensor, Sony announced and released a trailer on Twitter earlier this month. In the Qualcomm camera database, contains the following strings: phoenix_imx686, phoenix_s5k3t2, phoenix_gc02m1_depth, and phoenix_gc02m1_front. Among them, the s5k3t2 is Samsung’s 20-megapixel sensor, although there is not much information about gc02m1, but the Phoenix and imx686 combined. Perhaps the Phoenix will be the first imx686 sensor model.
In addition, according to India Today, the new Phoenix machine will be released next month.
However, XDA also stressed that they do not have direct evidence that “Phoenix” is the K30.