Separately, Weki Home has already disassembled Xiaomi’s new flagship Redmi handset, which appears to be relatively modular in its construction. With its glass back panel removed, it turns out that the Redmi K70 Pro’s rear-facing cameras can be replaced individually, unlike many of its peers. Similarly, Xiaomi has included a large adhesive tab for removing the device’s battery.
However, Weki Home demonstrated that the Redmi K70 Pro hardly ever charges at 120 W. Instead, their unit draws between 60 W and 80 W from its official power adapter most of the time. Nonetheless, the Redmi K70 Pro still reaches a full charge from flat in a mere 19 minutes. Likewise, the new display reaches 4,000 nits across a few pixels, with 3,000 nits for a larger window and about 1,000 nits full panel brightness. Reportedly, the Redmi K70 Pro will eventually launch globally as the POCO F6 Pro, but not until next year.