The Redmi K40 Pro + may debut in India as the Mi 11X Pro and in global markets as the Mi 11i, the advisor has noticed related evidence through the recent MIUI Camera app. The Redmi K40 series, which was launched in China last month, was previously speculated to arrive on world markets under the Poco brand. However, the latest development suggests that the new Redmi phones can launch worldwide with Xiaomi’s Mi brand. It is also likely that the Redmi K40 Pro from the Redmi K40 series will not make its way to world markets and will remain exclusive to the Chinese market.
Tipster Kacper Skrzypek, who is also an active member of the XDA Developers forums, discovered the details of the global versions of the Redmi K40 series through code snippets available in the recent MIUI Camera app.
According to the code fragments that were shared via a screenshot on Twitter, Mi 11X Pro is associated with the code name “haydn_pro_india”. The code name “haydn pro” was previously associated with Redmi K40 Pro +. The phone also debuted on global markets under the code name “haydn_pro_global” as Mi 11i.
Earlier this month, Skrzypek suggested that Redmi K40 Pro may arrive as Mi 11X Pro in India. However, it has now been established that because the code name “haydn” for the Redmi K40 Pro is missing from the snippets that hint at other rebranded models in the Redmi K40 series, the Redmi K40 Pro may not debut anywhere outside of China.
Xiaomi starts Redmi K40 series in China last month. The series includes Redmi K40, Redmi K40 Pro and Redmi K40 Pro +. All three phones have triple rear cameras and 120Hz AMOLED displays.
In just five minutes from the initial round of sales in China, the Redmi K40 series surpassed sales of 300,000 units, the company announced in Weibo.
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