The Redmi K50 Gaming was unveiled last week as the first member of the Redmi K50 family by Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi (also known as the K50G). Magnetic pop-up physical game triggers are included, and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC powers this model.
So it's definitely a fascinating device. We're able to show you a video teardown of the device just days after it was unveiled. Do expect to hit pause a lot if you want a longer look at any of the components, because this thing is incredibly fast-paced; it's less than one minute long, and towards the conclusion, the parts are also attached to a toy car, because why not?
It's unlikely that the Redmi K50 Gaming will go on sale outside of China as the Poco F3 GT, but it might happen again in 2022; for now, we'll have to wait and watch.