The Redmi K50 Gaming Edition was one of the first gaming phones to be released in China in 2022. It may be released in other markets as the Poco F4 GT, but Xiaomi has yet to confirm this.
The gaming phone has already been dismantled, but just in a short video clip, as is customary. This video clip, however, is unique in that it not only dismantles the K50 Gaming Edition but also transforms it into a fully functional remote-controlled vehicle.
We can see the entire camera system, as well as the motherboard and all of its components, in detail in the video. It also displays the dual-cell battery design that combines into a 4,700 mAh unit, as well as the JBL tuned speaker array on the inside. This battery supports 120W fast charging for ultra-rapid recharges.
To keep thermals under control, the huge cooling chamber is located directly behind the back panel. Because the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC is notorious for overheating, this is required for devices running it.
Finally, the video’s most entertaining segment shows all of these hardware components stacked on top of a completely functional remote-controlled automobile. Another Redmi K50 Gaming Edition is in charge of driving the car.