The Xiaomi Redmi brand has big plans ahead of it. It was announced this week that Xiaomi’s sister brand will unveil the Redmi K20, a brand-fully developed smartphone. The phone was called “Demon King” when the Redmi official published the AnTuTu mobile number on Weibo’s Chinese microblogging site. There will be a K20 and a K20 Pro.
Now, a full list of alleged specifications has surfaced on Twitter, providing more details about what we can expect from this supposed flagship killer – on paper, of course. The watermark below indicates that the specifications were originally published on Weibo.
— Harsh (@harshp2510) May 16, 2019
The technical data include a 6.39-inch OLED display with an aspect ratio of 19.5: 9 and a display with a resolution of 1080p +. It is rumored that it would also be a 20 MP instant camera with a 1: 2.0 aperture, while the main cameras consist of a 48 MP sensor with a 1: 1.7 aperture and 1.6 pixels micron (probably for a binning from 4 to 1 pixels). As with the OnePlus 7. There are two other cameras: one with 1: 2.4 and one with 1: 2.4, in contrast to ultra-wide-angle cameras and telephoto lenses.
A 4000mAh battery provides the phone with power that is rechargeable with a 27W fast-charging adapter. Of course, the K20 is powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor coupled to the Adreno 640, and although the specific RAM size is not mentioned, it is an LPDDR4X processor. There is also UFS 2.1 memory on board.
We do not know the phone itself, including whether it will have a built-in fingerprint scanner or a scanner attached to the back. If the price is comparable to the Xiaomi Pocophone F1, a conventional sensor can be used to cut costs. The K20 will indeed replace the Pocophone F1.
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