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Chowkidhani Sonipat is almost similar and has lots of activities, i have been there twice. Lohaghar is on on the expensive side compared to Chowkidhani.
Almost similar activities rides , games , dances, food etc etc.

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उन्नाव / दो दिन पहले जमानत पर छूटे गैंगरेप के आरोपियों ने पीड़ित को जलाया, 90% झुलसी; एयर एंबुलेंस से दिल्ली भेजा गया

अस्पताल के बाहर महिला पुलिस अफसर और सिपाहियों को भी तैनात किया गया है।


अस्पताल के बाहर महिला पुलिस अफसर और सिपाहियों को भी तैनात किया गया है।




अस्पताल के बर्न वार्ड के बाहर दो महिला सिपाहियों को भी तैनात किया गया है।


अस्पताल के बर्न वार्ड के बाहर दो महिला सिपाहियों को भी तैनात किया गया है।



उन्नाव रेप कांड पीड़िता की सुरक्षा में अस्पताल के बाहर खड़े पुलिस अधिकारी।


उन्नाव रेप कांड पीड़िता की सुरक्षा में अस्पताल के बाहर खड़े पुलिस अधिकारी।



अस्पताल के बाहर खड़े पुलिस अधिकारी पीड़िता के स्वास्थ्य का भी नियमित जायजा ले रहे हैं।


अस्पताल के बाहर खड़े पुलिस अधिकारी पीड़िता के स्वास्थ्य का भी नियमित जायजा ले रहे हैं।
घटना की जानकारी इलाके में फैली तो लोग भी पीड़िता का हाल जानने के लिए अस्पताल पहुंचे।


घटना की जानकारी इलाके में फैली तो लोग भी पीड़िता का हाल जानने के लिए अस्पताल पहुंचे।



    • गुरुवार तड़के 4 बजे की घटना, सभी 5 आरोपी गिरफ्तार, पीड़ित लखनऊ के ट्रॉमा सेंटर में भर्ती
    • दो दिन पहले ही जमानत पर रिहा हुए थे गैंगरेप के दोनों आरोपी शुभम और शिवम
    • 5:55 बजे पर गैंगरेप पीड़ित को सिविल अस्पताल से एयरपोर्ट के लिए रवाना किया गया
    • ग्रीन कॉरिडोर बना, 27 किमी की दूरी 25 मिनट में तय हुई; 6.30 बजे विमान ने उड़ान भरी

Dainik Bhaskar
Dec 06, 2019, 01:05 AM IST

उन्नाव. उत्तर प्रदेश के उन्नाव में दो दिन पहले जमानत पर छूटे गैंगरेप के 2 आरोपियों ने गुरुवार तड़के पीड़ित युवती को जला दिया। पुलिस ने युवती को गंभीर हालत में जिला अस्पताल भेजा, जहां डॉक्टरों ने लखनऊ के ट्रॉमा सेंटर भेजा। पीड़ित को पांच आरोपियों ने आग लगाई। पुलिस ने सभी आरोपियों को गिरफ्तार कर लिया है। इनमें शिवम त्रिवेदी, उसके पिता रामकिशोर, शुभम त्रिवेदी, हरिशंकर और उमेश बाजपेयी शामिल हैं। इस मामले में राष्ट्रीय महिला आयोग और मुख्यमंत्री आदित्यनाथ ने रिपोर्ट मांगी है। पीड़ित को एयर एंबुलेंस से दिल्ली के सफदरगंज अस्पताल ले जाया गया।

ये भी पढ़े
5 साल की बच्ची से रेप के बाद हत्या करने वाला गिरफ्तार, मारने के बाद घर जाकर सो गया था

सिविल हॉस्पिटल के डायरेक्टर एस नेगी ने बताया कि उसे एयरलिफ्ट किया जाएगा। लखनऊ पुलिस को हॉस्पिटल तक एयरपोर्ट तक ग्रीन कॉरिडोर बनाने के लिए कहा गया है। शाम 6.30 बजे पीड़ित को दिल्ली ले जाया जाएगा। पुलिस के मुताबिक, घटना बिहार थाना क्षेत्र के हिंदूनगर की है। पीड़ित गैंगरेप मामले की सुनवाई के लिए रायबरेली कोर्ट जा रही थी। वह ट्रेन पकड़ने के लिए जा रही थी, तभी रास्ते में पहले से बैठे दोनों मुख्य आरोपी शुभम और शिवम त्रिवेदी और उनके तीन साथियों ने युवती को घेरा। इसके बाद उस पर मिट्टी का तेल छिड़ककर आग लगा दी। जलती हुई हालत में युवती करीब एक किमी तक दौड़ती रही।
5:55 बजे पर गैंगरेप पीड़ित को सिविल अस्पताल से एयरपोर्ट के लिए रवाना किया गया। इसके लिए ग्रीन कॉरिडोर बनाया गया। 27 किमी की दूरी 25 मिनट में तय हुई। शाम 6.30 बजे पर एयरलिफ्ट करके दिल्ली भेजा गया। वहां उसे सफदरगंज हॉस्पिटल में एडमिट किया गया।
पुलिस ने कहा- युवती ने बयान में आरोपियों के नाम बताए
एसपी विक्रांत वीर ने बताया कि पीड़ित की हालत गंभीर है। वह 90% जल चुकी है। युवती ने बयान में आरोपियों के नाम बताए हैं। पुलिस ने बताया कि शुभम और शिवम गैंगरेप मामले में दो दिन पहले ही जेल से जमानत पर रिहा हुए थे। रायबरेली कोर्ट के आदेश पर रेप का केस दर्ज किया गया था।
मुख्यमंत्री ने कहा- पीड़ित को चिकित्सा सुविधा मिलेगी
मुख्यमंत्री योगी आदित्यनाथ ने घटना का संज्ञान लिया। उन्होंने आश्वासन दिया कि पीड़ित काे सरकारी खर्च पर हरसंभव चिकित्सा सुविधा दी जाएगी। प्रदेश सरकार मामले की पैरवी कर शीघ्र न्याय दिलवाएगी। योगी ने इस मामले में कमिश्नर और डीआईजी से आज शाम तक पूरी रिपोर्ट मांगी है।

दिसंबर 2018 में गैंगरेप, 4 महीने बाद केस दर्ज हुआ था
मार्च में युवती ने गैंगरेप की एफआईआर दर्ज कराई थी। युवती ने बताया था कि गांव के रहने वाले शिवम त्रिवेदी से उसका प्रेम संबंध था। शिवम ने उसका रायबरेली ले जाकर रेप किया और वीडियो बना लिया। इसके बाद लगातार रेप करता रहा। शादी का दबाव बनाया तो रायबरेली ले जाकर एक कमरे में रख दिया। यहां नजरबंद कर दिया। इसके बाद 12 दिसंबर 2018 को आरोपी शिवम अपने साथी शुभम त्रिवेदी के साथ आया। दोनों मंदिर में शादी कराने के बहाने ले गए और गैंगरेप किया। बिहार पुलिस ने कोर्ट के आदेश पर आरोपी शिवम त्रिवेदी और शुभम त्रिवेदी को गिरफ्तार कर जेल भेज दिया था।
आयोग ने पुलिस अधिकारियों पर हुई कार्रवाई का ब्योरा मांगा
राष्ट्रीय महिला आयोग की अध्यक्ष रेखा शर्मा ने रेप पीड़ित को जलाए जाने के मामले में उप्र के डीजीपी ओपी सिंह को पत्र लिखा है। आयोग ने इस मामले में रिपोर्ट मांगी है। इसमें पूछा गया है कि पीड़ित को सुरक्षा मुहैया नहीं कराने पर किन पुलिस अधिकारियों के खिलाफ कार्रवाई की गई है। आयोग ने पीड़िता के केस दर्ज करवाने की तारीख से अब तक की कार्रवाई का पूरा ब्योरा मांगा है।
प्रियंका ने कहा- भाजपा नेताओं को फर्जी प्रचार से निकलना चाहिए
कांग्रेस महासचिव प्रियंका गांधी वाड्रा ने महिला अपराध पर केंद्रित एक खबर को ट्वीट करते हुए लिखा- कल देश के गृह मंत्री और उत्तर प्रदेश के मुख्यमंत्री ने साफ-साफ झूठ बोला कि यूपी की कानून व्यवस्था अच्छी हो चुकी। हर रोज ऐसी घटनाओं को देखकर मन में रोष होता है। भाजपा नेताओं को भी अब फर्जी प्रचार से बाहर निकलना चाहिए।

उत्तरप्रदेश के पूर्व मुख्यमंत्री का ट्वीट

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उन्नाव की दुष्कर्म पीड़िता को जिंदा जलाये जाने के दुस्साहस की नैतिक ज़िम्मेदारी लेते हुए प्रदेश की भाजपा सरकार का सामूहिक इस्तीफ़ा होना चाहिए.

माननीय न्यायालय से गुहार है कि वो इस घटना की गंभीरता को देखते हुए पीड़िता के समुचित उपचार व सुरक्षा की तत्काल व्यवस्था के निर्देश दे.
19.1 हज़ार
1:10 pm - 5 दिस॰ 2019
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दो दिन पहले जमानत पर छूटे गैंगरेप के आरोपियों ने पीड़ित को जलाया, 90% झुलसी; एयर एंबुलेंस से दिल्ली भेजा गया
 
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यूपी : उन्नाव में 11 महीने के भीतर हो चुकी हैं रेप की 86 घटनाएं
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अपराधों का गढ़ बन चुके उन्नाव में महिला अपराध चरम पर हैं। अपराधी खुलेआम पुलिस को चुनौती दे रहे हैं। सुनकर हैरत होगी कि इस साल जनवरी से नवंबर तक जिले में 86 रेप की घटनाएं हो चुकी हैं। महिलाओं के साथ छेड़छाड़ के 185 मामले सामने आए हैं।
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Noted Huawei boss here said 4G will continue to be more important in Africa than 5G, 4G network development must continue. (imo, all the talk of 5G, we see by "experts" and tech-news websites is silly, it is not so relevant to this internet access we are talking about.)
btw, one of the things they talk about here with 5G, they say SA is behind in roll-out of 5G because government has not sorted out the spectrum allocation.

Also, when we talk about the cost of data, here or other countries in Africa, that are less developed, have very less infrastructure, it is actually *mobile* / 3G, 4G that we're talking about.

For many years, >=middle class people have been using ADSL, ADSL modems and routers, that uses Telkom copper/landline infrastructure. The main concern for them is always video/tv streaming...Netflix and so on. That means contracts.
Now, for several years, implementing fiber networks to replace that...talking lonnnnng...they will say ok, fiber is now there to your block/district, but then people still waiting for months before they actually get a connection for the house.

I don't care much, I stick to mobile because i will not get into contracts and debit orders.

I think,
5G in India is in mercy of Data God : Ambani only !
LOL !

In 5G marathon, India decides to sit back and mourn as China, US, Europe race ahead
If the 2G fiasco stemmed from corruption, the death of 5G-enabled telecom revolution even before it began stems from stupidity.
TUSHAR GUPTA 6 December, 2019 2:57 pm IST

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As Europe and China witness the rollout of 5G, the future generation of telecommunication, India can sit back and mourn the end of its next telecom revolution even before it began.
The final nail in the coffin of the already stressed telecom sector came earlier this week with the disbanding of the Committee of Secretaries (CoS) set up to suggest relief measures for the sector.

While companies were hoping for a settlement on the AGR payments, all they got was a two-year moratorium on spectrum payment, amounting to the relief of about Rs 42,000 crore.
As per a report in the Economic Times, Vodafone-Idea and Airtel together face AGR dues amounting to more than Rs. 89,000 crore, payable within the next few months.
To put things in perspective, Airtel registered a loss of Rs. 23,000 crore in the September quarter, accounting for the AGR dues. The loss exceeded the consolidated revenue from operations, which were around Rs 21,131 crore in the same quarter.
However, it’s Vodafone-Idea that is hanging by a thread. Accounting for AGR, their September loss was around Rs 50,900 crore. Their revenue from operations in the same quarter was around Rs 10,800 crore, almost one-fifth of the loss.
The lack of any debt relief has added to the existing problem of lack of spectrum quantum. As per this report, India’s telecom operators are planning to push back 5G network deployments to as late as 2025 due to high base price, lack of spectrum, and absence of any new bands for auction.

The report quoted the director of the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), which includes Airtel, Reliance Jio, Vodafone-Idea and hardware giants Huawei, Ericsson, and Cisco.
The delay in rollout happened for two reasons. Firstly, the pricing was set at Rs 492 crore for 1 MHz. This pricing was not viable for most operators, given the lack of tested use cases, international prices, and more recently, the piling debt.
Secondly, against an earlier availability of 300 MHz spectrum, only 175 MHz remains, with 25 MHz going to ISRO and 125 MHz going to defence. The big three operators, however, were seeking 100 MHz each.
Earlier this week, Ericsson, one of the prominent 5G gear makers, revised its 5G rollout estimate for India to 2022 from 2020. However, with the recent developments, even this revision comes across as highly optimistic.
However, the loss is not constrained to telecom operators alone, but several other significant industries.
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The potential use cases of 5G can be categorised under four sections. Firstly, as enhanced mobile broadband capable of delivering speeds in excess of 100Mbit/s both indoors and outdoors.
Two, in the form of Fixed Wireless Access (FWA), which enables operators to deliver ultra-high-speed internet to areas where fiber cable layout is difficult to maintain or install, such as the Himalayan states and the North-East.
Three, as an enabler for Internet of Things (IoT), as it would allow millions and millions of devices to connect to the internet, thus aiding data analytics for numerous private and government programmes.
Lastly, as an enabler for super-reliable low-latency communication. In computing terms, latency is described as that delay (in milliseconds) before the transfer of data begins following the instruction for its transfer. This is critical for industries like healthcare, AI, self-driven cars, and virtual reality applications.
So, which industries are set to lose out because of the delayed 5G revolution?
First, the media and entertainment industry. Already, 4G has enabled a tectonic shift in the way we consume media. From buying pirated DVDs to illegal downloads, the country has moved to on-demand streaming services. Even the news industry has made significant investments towards their video products.
Thus, with the delay in faster mobile broadband services, they are set to lose while their global competitors shall innovate.
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As per an ETTelecom and Analysys Mason survey, 83 per cent of the respondents saw the media and entertainment industry as the biggest beneficiary of 5G. Given the employment generation, both formal and informal, in this sector, the 5G delay is going to hurt long-term prospects, beginning with foreign investments.
Second, the healthcare industry. In the age of smart wearables and when the likes of GAFA are investing heavily towards monetising users’ health data, programmes like Ayushman Bharat could have benefited immensely with 5G. With the delay, local innovation on the front of robotic surgeries and remote healthcare shall suffer.
The problem is not of services alone, but of hardware as well. By the time there is massive consumer adoption of 5G, around the late 2020s or early 2030s, the local market will find itself flooded with cheap Chinese smart devices, as it does with mobile phones today, given the headstart they will have in the industry. This will kill advantage programmes like ‘Make in India’ could have used.
As per the same Mason survey, 64 per cent of respondents saw healthcare as the second biggest beneficiary of 5G.
For the same question, the survey puts the automotive sector at 60 per cent. In India, we already have witnessed a trailer for this, given how MG Hector, India’s first ‘internet’ car outsold some of the local models.
Internet- and IoT-capable cars and road infrastructure are indeed the future.
Third, the local hardware industry. While Huawei was granted permission to exhibit 5G case demos last month at the Indian Mobile Congress in New Delhi, following the two-day informal visit of China’s President Xi Jinping, the concerns continue to remain about its deep ties with the Chinese government.
With the delay in 5G rollout extending to 2025, the local capacity-building in hardware becomes a challenge.
Already, operators Airtel and Vodafone Idea, with tremendous exposure to Huawei, would find it hard in upgrading their 5G infrastructure, irrespective of the national security concerns that come with the gear maker.
The piling debt also makes the investment in infrastructure a big challenge. For the implementation of 5G, Massive MIMO (Multiple-input multiple-output) technology is warranted.
The principle can be summed up as follows: any wireless network that ensures transmission and receiving of more than one data signal simultaneously over the same radio channel.
Also read: Jio, Airtel, Vodafone hike rates: Indians being punished by policies made after 2G scam?
The m-MIMO technology warrants the use of high-frequency spectrum. Thus, telecom companies would be required to constantly add support structures to extend 5G wireless coverage.
From the current 4×4 MIMO combination used today, the 5G setup is expected to feature an array of 64 to 128 antennas.
5G requires more support structures that are far more expensive to install. A conservative estimate puts the requirement at 4 to 5 times the current structures for 5G.
This would also add to the overall costs of the telecom operator, thus making it less viable for the consumer who bears the cost. Alternatively, there is also the question of densifying the network using small cells.
With the current debt situation, pricing woes, and lack of government support, it appears difficult for Vodafone-Idea and Airtel to balance support for local capacity building in hardware and infrastructure investment. Eventually, the dependency would fall on Chinese for the same, which is another long-term loss for India.
Four, the service sector suffers too. Given India’s market size, an early rollout of IoT apps could have fuelled the growth of local industries competitive in data analytics and intelligence.
However, as it has been for a greater part of this decade, India’s second-tier IT firms would now find themselves engaged in creating ripoffs of apps with origins in either the West or China.
If 5G deployment and rollout is thought of as a marathon, China and the United States already have a headstart of at least 5 years.
The 5G telecom revolution, for now, is dead, and there is no way of quantifying the notional loss from it to consumers, companies, and the government, for the loss is so huge. If the 2G fiasco stemmed from corruption, this one stems from stupidity.

The author is a senior sub-editor at Swarajya. He tweets at @tushjain15. Views are personal.
This article was first published on Swarajya.




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Qualcomm Working With Jio, Flipkart, Amazon To Revolutionise 5G In India

Aman Rawat

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Qualcomm Working With Jio, Flipkart, Amazon To Revolutionise 5G

At a time when tech giants across the world are keeping a close eye on India’s ambitious 5G plan, San Diego-based chipmaker Qualcomm is playing a substantial role in finding new solutions for the services in the country.
According to a Financial Express report, Qualcomm, on Wednesday, said that the company is working with Mukesh Ambani-backed Reliance Jio and ecommerce giants Flipkart and Amazon India to build new use cases for 5G.
Highlighting the need for the Indian market for early adoption of 5G, Alex Katouzian, Qualcomm’s senior vice-president and general manager of the mobile business unit, reportedly said that India could be instrumental in building new use cases for 5G.
On how Qualcomm is working with India’s tech ecosystem, Katouzian added that the company is using services of Reliance Jio and is involved with it on a fairly active basis for building new 5G use cases.
Related Article: India’s First 5G Video Call Demoed By Ericsson, Qualcomm At IMC
Speaking on the sidelines of Qualcomm’s annual Snapdragon Summit in Maui, Katouzian further said that the company is also working with Flipkart and Amazon India for 5G.
Qualcomm is currently leveraging services provided by Flipkart and Amazon India for bringing innovation in the 5G ecosystem, Katouzian told reporters at the event.

While the deployment of 5G is going at a slower pace around the world, Cristiano Amon, president of Qualcomm reportedly highlighted that there was no technological reason for 5G not to be deployed.
Amon, dropping a hint that 5G deployment in many parts of the world might be facing a roadblock because of government policies, further urged that it is very important for governments across the world to put the conditions for 5G deployment to occur.
According to the Ericsson Mobility Report, 5G will make inroads in India by 2022. While 5G is expected to cover around 65% of the world’s population by 2025, India would be able to only register 11% 5G subscriptions in the country, the report added.
The challenges behind this slow growth of 5G in India can be seen as a result of a lack of infrastructure and slow adoption of this technology by telecom players. However, with Qualcomm working Reliance Jio, Flipkart, and Amazon India, deployment and adoption of this fifth-generation network might witness a boost.
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Live 5G Video Call At India Mobile Congress With Ericsson, Qualcomm

As India is still awaiting 5G, Swedish telecom company Ericsson and American telecom equipment maker Qualcomm, on Tuesday, collaborated to demonstrate the first 5G video call in the country on millimetreWave (mmWave) spectrum at the ongoing India Mobile Congress (IMC) in Delhi.
The companies also demonstrated India’s first 4K video streaming and cloud-based gaming using sub-6 GHz and mmWave using 5G commercial devices
mmWave is a 5G network that ranges from 28 GHz to 39 GHz spectrum. The network is currently being used in North America, and advanced countries such as Japan and Korea are awaiting its launch.
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“5G will form the backbone of emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine to machine communications and will provide India with ‘smart infrastructure’ that will open up new opportunities for the country,” Ericsson South East Asia’s head Nunzio Mirtillo said.
As a part of the demonstration, Ericsson’s Nunzio Mirtillo made a video call to Qualcomm India vice president Rajen Vagadia. The two companies have been working together to develop technology to push 5G networks around the globe.
The demonstration was completed using a Qualcomm’s smartphone based on Snapdragon 855 mobile platform and Ericsson’s 5G platform. The Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform was also equipped with Snapdragon X50 5G Modem-RF System, whereas the Ericsson’s 5G platform included 5G NR radio, RAN Compute products and 5G Evolved Packet Core.

Mirtillo added, “Over the past few years we have been working with several stakeholders to build the 5G ecosystem in the country. Today marks an important step in India’s journey towards 5G.”

Reliance Jio, Samsung Collaborate For 5G Push In India
Reliance Jio and South Korea’s Samsunghave also partnered to push for the development of 5G network in India. At IMC, the two companies showcased real-world uses cases that can be leveraged by 5G networks. The two companies also demonstrated 5G-based solutions including Samsung Network’s 5G product lineup, including its 3.5GHz solution for 5G Massive MIMO Unit (MMU), its 28GHz Access Unit (AU) and CPE device, its virtualized radio access (vRAN) and core, and 5G mobile devices.
Reliance Jio and Samsung also emphasised on the advantages of 5G in creating virtual classrooms, 360-content and public safety network.


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Redmi K30 4G will be cheaper than 5G variant with Snapdragon 765G, will use 64MP Sony IMX686 camera
Xiaomi has confirmed it will bring a new 4G variant of the Redmi K30 to global markets as an affordable alternative to the 5G variant. That means the Redmi K30 5G will be expensive.
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  • The Redmi K30 will have an affordable 4G variant in several markets.
  • The Redmi K30 4G could use the Snapdragon 730G chipset.
  • Xiaomi is using the 64MP Sony IMX686 sensor as the main camera on this phone.

Xiaomi's upcoming Redmi K30 is presently all over the web, with leaked posters and more details about its specifications. The Redmi K30 will be the successor to the Redmi K20 and it could eventually make its way to India soon. The buzz associated with the Redmi K30 is 5G connectivity and Xiaomi has confirmed that it's going to use Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 765G chipset. However, that could end up being expensive and Xiaomi, knowing that, has another plan up its sleeves to come up with ana affordable version.
In an official post on Weibo, Xiaomi VP Lu Weibing confirmed that there will be a cheaper variant of the Redmi K30 that won't feature 5G connectivity. The phone will only offer 4G connectivity and if you relate it with the leaks, chances are that this is the variant that will be powered by the Snapdragon 730G chipset. The Snapdragon 730G doesn't have support or 5G connectivity and hence, it could be much cheaper than the 5G variant of the phone.
Just a few days ago, Xiaomi confirmed that it's going to use Qualcomm's newest Snapdragon 765G chipset for the 5G variant of the Redmi K30. The Snapdragon 765G comes with the Snapdragon X52 5G modem and offers up to 36 per cent improvement in graphics performance over the Snapdragon 730G. However, leaks suggested that the Redmi K30 will have a regular and more affordable 4G variant that will rely on the older Snapdragon 730G chipset.
It is highly likely that Xiaomi may bring this 4G variant to the Indian market and it will benefit massively with this variant in India. India is yet to get 5G connectivity, which is why bringing a 5G compatible phone to the country currently won't make sense. On top of that, the 4G variant will be cheaper to manufacture and sell. Hence, Xiaomi could offer the Redmi K30 as a successor to the Redmi K20 for almost the same price.


Redmi K30 64MP camera

The Redmi K30 will have a couple of new features up its sleeves, including a fast 120Hz refresh rate display and a new 64-megapixel camera. The camera is the focus for the Redmi K30 and Xiaomi has now confirmed that in a recent teaser. The Redmi K30 will use Sony's brand new 64-megapixel IMX686 sensor. The camera will have a 1/1.7-inch sensor and 1.6um pixel size. Not much is known about this sensor yet but most 2020 flagship phones could end up using this same camera sensor.
The Redmi K30 is launching on December 10 in China along with a RedmiBook laptop as well as a Redmi smart speaker and Redmi router.


Redmi K30 4G will be cheaper than 5G variant with Snapdragon 765G, will use 64MP Sony IMX686 camera


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