If you want a phone that looks premium without costing much (like an iPhone), your options are very limited. There’s a serious shortage of such devices in the market, but fortunately, there are some companies are that making an effort to change that. Xiaomi has taken that important step by launching the K20 series. It had been in the leaks for quite some time, and it looks pretty promising if today’s launch is something to go by.
There are two devices in the K20 series. The regular Xiaomi Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro. While both devices are almost identical in everything, they’re different when it comes to processing power. K20 Pro comes with a Snapdragon 855 processor while K20 comes with Snapdragon 730. Other than that almost everything is the same, except the following –
Redmi K20 Series – Overview
- 6.39-inch display with 1,080 x 2,340 px resolution
- 48mp + 13mp + 8mp triple-lens primary camera system
- 20 mp front pop-up selfie camera
- 4,000 mAh battery
- 64GB storage
- In-display fingerprint sensor
- MIUI 10 (based on Android 9 Pie)
- And 27-watt fast charging support.
The all-mighty Redmi K20 Pro
There’s no shortage of highlights in these devices. The first highlight is their unique design – on the front you’ve got an almost completely bezel-less display, and on the back, there’s a unique textured design that merges well with the other design elements of the device. The other highlight is its triple-lens camera setup, which is capable of taking some seriously amazing photos due to its 48mp Sony lens coupled with 13mp ultra wide angle lens and 8mp telephoto lens. And finally, there’s a graphite cooling system in K20 Pro, which allows for a throttling-free gaming experience.
But again, none of this makes sense until you see Xiaomi’s jaw-dropping price. The company has once again lived up to its reputation in that regard. The pricing of this series starts from $290 and goes all the way up to $400 depending on your choice of RAM and storage. There’s no word regarding availability out of China, but we hope that both these devices may become available across the World (which we know may not happen real soon). It is also considered as a potential sibling to the Pocophone F1.
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