Xiaomi has just launched the flagship phone for the Redmi lineup of phones- the Redmi K20 Pro. While many are calling it the Poco F2, it’s not. Looking at the features list and the design, it is safe to say that Xiaomi is positioning the K20 Pro above the Poco lineup. The company also launched the Redmi K20, which is a cheaper variant of the K20 Pro and comes with some downgraded hardware.
The Redmi K20 Pro is all the fans had wished for and more! To start, the phone comes with 6.39-inch Full HD+ OLED display, 48MP primary camera and a beefy 4000mAh battery. It is also first Xiaomi phone to come with a pop-up camera, similar to what we earlier saw with the Vivo V15 Pro. Thanks to this design, on the front, there’s no notch or any kind of punch-holes. What you get is an immersive bezel-free (almost) OLED panel.
On the back, you will find three camera, a setup similar to the one on the Galaxy S10. The primary sensor is a 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor, the second one is a 13MP ultra-wide angle lens and the third camera which sits on top is a 8MP telephone camera. The front elevating camera packs in 20MP which should be more than sufficient for taking high-quality selfies.
Just like the Pocophone F1, the K20 Pro can shoot videos at 960fps. Naturally, with a phone of this caliper, the K20 Pro can shoot 4K video at 60fps. With the front camera, you are capped to 1080p videos, however. The phone has AI features which should theoretically enhance the photos and videos and make them pleasing to the eyes. We expect the phone camera to perform on par with the Poco F1 if not better.
The Redmi K20 Pro has a 4000mAh battery and supports 27W fast charging. Using this solution, you will be able to charge the phone from 0 to 58% in just 30 minutes and completely fill the charge in 74 minutes. Now, this is impressive!
What’s your opinion on the Redmi K20 Pro? If the phone were to launch in Nepal for under Rs. 50,000, would you be interested in buying one? Let us know in the comments section down below.