Redmi’s Lamborghini Edition phone packs 24GB RAM and 1TB storage

The new Redmi K70 Pro Automobili Lamborghini Squadra Corse Edition is a beast in specs

Redmi’s Lamborghini Edition phone packs 24GB RAM and 1TB storage

Redmi recently announced some new smartphones in China, and one of the many devices to be revealed had a peculiar design and some jaw-dropping specifications. This is the Redmi K70 Pro Automobili Lamborghini Squadra Corse, or simply the Redmi K70 Pro Lamborghini Edition.

The phone marks 10 years of Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi in the smartphone market. The brand collaborated with Lamborghini’s racing division to create the Redmi K70 Pro Lamborghini Edition and has thrown in some unique choices with the design and the internals.

Redmi K70 Pro Lamborghini Edition: What’s new?

The phone comes with a downward facing pentagonal camera island on the back, a first in a world full of circular and rectangular camera islands. The rest of the back panel features a two-tone yellow or green shade, depending on which colour variant you choose. However, the back is reportedly still a plastic panel, not a glass one.

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Flip the phone and you will see a new UI on the display. This is the custom Lamborghini Squadra Corse theme, based on Xiaomi’s new HyperOS interface. Not much else is currently known about the theme, except for some wallpapers of the car the phone’s design is based on, which is the Lamborghini Essenza SCV12.

Under the hood is a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, making it a true flagship in terms of raw power. This is coupled with 24GB LPDDR5X RAM and 1TB UFS 4.0 storage, and yes, there’s only one variant available. The phone also packs a 5,000mAh battery and 120W fast wired charging.

Can you actually get this phone?

Most limited-edition smartphones coming from China-based brands like Xiaomi or Oppo never make it out of the Chinese market, and unfortunately, this could also be the case with the new Redmi K70 Pro Lamborghini Edition.

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Unless Redmi decides to launch the phone in the Indian market, the only way to get your hands on the phone would be to import it from China, which could be tough given this is a limited-edition device. The fact that even the price of the phone in China is not yet announced makes this pretty clear.

While you may miss out on the Lamborghini-specific design elements, you can still get the power of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip in many other Android flagships this year, including the upcoming OnePlus 12 and the upcoming Samsung Galaxy flagships, both set to launch early next year.

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