Lu Weibing reveals that Redmi K30 Pro has also entered delisting after Xiaomi 10 Pro

Previously, CNMO had reported that Mi 10 Pro had been removed from the Xiaomi store. The official response stated that this was because the machine was “sold out in the statement, and there are still a small amount of supply from other channels, so students in need can find it.” Now, in the Weibo comment area, Lu Weibing, vice president of Xiaomi Group and general manager of the Redmi brand, revealed that “Redmi K30 Pro has also entered delisting.”

卢伟冰透露Redmi K30 Pro也进入了退市阶段
Lu Weibing revealed that Redmi K30 Pro has also entered the delisting stage

Redmi K30 Pro was released at the end of March this year. It is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 mobile platform, supports LPDDR5/4x high-speed memory and the highest UFS 3.1 flash memory, rear Sony 64-megapixel HD quad camera, supports 50mm telephoto macro shooting, front camera It uses a pop-up design to ensure the integrity of the screen. It has a 4700mAh large-capacity battery and supports 33W fast flash charging. The price starts at 2999 yuan (USD $428) at the beginning of the release. It has also been liked by many users after the sale.

Redmi K30 Pro
Redmi K30 Pro

Earlier, when the Mi 10 Pro was taken off the shelves, there were many news that this was because the Mi 11 series was coming, so Mi 10 could only “retreat behind”. According to this rule, now Remdi K30 Pro has also entered the delisting stage, we can speculate that the Redmi K40 series may also be coming. Of course, the two phones will also meet with us in the spring next year.