Both the Xiaomi Redmi K60 and the Redmi K60 Pro are equipped on the inside with a number of features that are interchangeable. The internal components of the two different Xiaomi models have been dissected and compared in a video, which has shown both their similarities and their differences.
Within the first five minutes of its debut, Xiaomi was able to sell more than 300,000 copies of the Redmi K60 series. A first look at the components found on the inside of the K60 and K60 Pro can be seen in the video published by Wekihome. The comprehensive video dissection demonstrates that both phones have a number of remarkable commonalities. This suggests that the procedure of assembling the two models might be made easier. The camera sensor on the Redmi K60 Pro is much bigger than the one on the K60. As a result, the camera on the vanilla model has a plastic bracket around it so that its proportions may be adjusted. Both variants feature a motherboard design that is almost identical to one another.
The video demonstrates the two distinct chipsets that are included in the K60 and the K60 Pro. Although the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset is included in the base model, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor can be found in the K60 Pro. The pro model makes use of Micron’s LPDDR5X RAM and Samsung’s UFS 4.0 storage media. On the other hand, Samsung provides both the UFS 3.1 and the LPDDR5 that are utilized in the K60. When it comes to the control of heat, both versions make use of a sizable chamber filled with vapor for the purpose of cooling the chipsets. However, the diameters of the vapor chambers might vary only a little bit from one another.
The motherboard of the Redmi K60 Pro has an additional chip to facilitate the 120W wired fast charging that is supported by the device. The Surge P1 charging chip can be found at the base of each of these devices. The battery capacity of the K60 is greater than that of its pro sister. However, despite the fact that the K60 has a greater battery capacity, the battery performance of both models may be comparable.
In December 2022, Xiaomi launched the Redmi K60 along with the K60 Pro model. Both of these products were met with a lukewarm response from customers, although the flagship K60 Pro model provides as much as 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage space.