Unofficial Redmi K60 Ultra case points to a side-mounted fingerprint sensor

Redmi K60 Ultra

Xiaomi is on the verge of introducing its highly anticipated flagship smartphone, the Redmi K60 Ultra, although the precise launch date remains unknown. Numerous leaks have surfaced recently, offering glimpses into the device. The latest leak comes from Digital Chat Station, a popular Weibo tipster, who shared images of a third-party protective case that closely resembles the design he previously posted in May.

According to the design schematic diagram revealed by Digital Chat Station, the Redmi K60 Ultra will feature a rectangular camera module on the back, housing two larger cameras, a smaller camera, and a flash. On the front, the phone will boast a narrow-bezel punch-hole display.

Interestingly, the protective case shared by the tipster features a distinct opening around the power button area. This has sparked speculation that the Redmi K60 Ultra may sport a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. However, some skeptics suggest that the case itself might be made of polypropylene (PP) material, causing the unusual opening.

Earlier reports indicated that the Redmi K60 Ultra will be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 9200+ processor. Furthermore, the flagship smartphone is expected to flaunt a high-resolution 1.5K narrow-frame AMOLED display supplied by Huaxing. The phone will sport a sturdy metal frame, a 50-megapixel primary rear camera, and a generous built-in 5000mAh battery.

Excitingly, the device has already received the 3C certification in China, confirming its compatibility with fast charging technology. The 3C certification reveals that the phone can support a maximum charging power of 120W. The model number listed for the device is 23078RKD5C, with the inclusion of “2307” potentially hinting at a July 2023 launch. However, Xiaomi has yet to provide an official statement regarding the exact release date.


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