The Redmi K60 Pro is arriving on December 27th, along with Redmi K60, and Redmi K60E. Now Xiaomi, the Chinese brand, has more specifically confirmed display details of the Redmi K60 Pro handset.
A couple of new launch posters posted on Weibo reveal that the K60 Pro will ship with a 2K QuadHD+ resolution screen. It boasts 12-bit colour coverage, which can show up to 68.7 billion different colour shades. Furthermore, the display panel will support Display P3’s broad colour gamut. Below is the detailing specifically about the display of Redmi K60 Pro:
- 526 PPI
- Up to 1400nit peak brightness
- 12bit / 68.7 billion colors
- Full link P3 wide color gamut;
- 1920Hz PWM light control dimming
- Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR Vivid
- Ambient color temperature display
- 16000-level dimming
The display panel uses C6 luminescent material, carrying color accuracy of ΔE≈0.29, JNCD≈0.24, and support hardware-level low blue light. It also supports hardware-level low blue light. The source says Redmi and Huaxing’s joint innovation lab has been developing display algorithm architecture for platform-level display optimization. The whole display project of K60 Pro has lasted more than 700 days.
Specs wise, the Redmi K60 Pro will be backed up by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC with 12/16GB LPDDR5X RAM+256/512GB UFS 4.0 storage, 50MP Sony IMX890 main camera for great photography, under-display fingerprint scanner for security, and the entire hood will be powered by a 5,000mAh battery which has got 67W fast charging speeds, as well as 30W wireless charging capability. The device naturally boots Android 13 based MIUI 14 OS.