Redmi K70 Ultra: A New Benchmark in Smartphone Technology


The Redmi K70 Ultra is set to join the Redmi K70 series as the fourth and most feature-heavy smartphone by the brand. The series, launched in November 2023, already includes the base model Redmi K70, Redmi K70E, and Redmi K70 Pro. The Ultra model has been in the works for some time and is rumored to be the first phone to feature 24GB LPDDR5T RAM.


The Redmi K70 Ultra is expected to come with an 8T OLED panel with LTPO technology. This 8T LTPO display is capable of producing 1.5K resolution. The LTPO panel is said to be more efficient in switching refresh rates, making it more responsive. It is also likely to offer similar display specifications as its predecessor, with 2,600 nits of peak brightness and a refresh rate of 144Hz. HDR10+ and Dolby Vision support are also expected.

Processor and Storage

The smartphone is expected to feature a MediaTek Dimensity 9300 chipset. This recently introduced chipset was only seen in the Vivo X100 series before. The Redmi K70 Ultra could become the next in line to feature it. The phone will feature 24GB LPDDR5T RAM with up to 1TB UFS 4.0 inbuilt storage.


Not much is known about the camera setup of the upcoming phone. However, some reports have mentioned that it might get a 50-megapixel Sony LYTIA 800 primary camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) alongside a 108-megapixel ultrawide lens.


Details about the battery are not available at the moment. However, considering the brand’s history, we can expect a powerful battery to support the high-end features of the phone.


While the Redmi K70 Ultra will not be the first handset to flaunt LPDDR5T RAM, as the Chinese variant of the Vivo X100 and Vivo X100 Pro are also equipped with it. However, the Vivo handsets only go up to 16GB of RAM. This would make the Redmi flagship the first smartphone to offer 24GB RAM with this technology.


The Redmi K70 Ultra is expected to launch in China in the first half of 2024 and is not expected to make it to the global markets. Similar to its predecessor, Redmi K60 Ultra, which was launched as Xiaomi 13T Pro outside China, it might be introduced as the Xiaomi 14T Pro. If the company follows a similar timeline as last year, the global variant might be unveiled in September 2024.



StorageUp to 1TB UFS 4.0
Display8T OLED panel with LTPO technology
ChipsetMediaTek Dimensity 9300
Primary Camera50-megapixel Sony LYTIA 800 with OIS
Ultrawide Lens108-megapixel
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