Finally Redmi K20 and K20 Pro are here. These two smartphones have been in the air from a month long. Today, at an event, Xiaomi launched these two smartphones.
These two share similar specifications in most cases, but there should be some changes internally that can make the device differ as standard and Pro variant. Let’s see what are these differences.
The Redmi K20 and K20 Pro come to a massive 6.39-inch AMOLED display with HDR support. These two phones boast 6GB/8GB RAM, along with 64GB/128GB/256GB storage options. Not only this, the camera on both of the devices are similar. The rear camera features a triple camera sensors setup. The main camera is a 48MP sensor with f/1.75 aperture. The second camera is an 8MP Telephoto lens with f/2.4 aperture. The third camera is the 13MP Ultra-Wide camera with aperture f/2.4.
The front camera is a 20MP lens with aperture f/2.2.
The Redmi K20 and K20 Pro feature a massive 4,000mAh battery and support Fast Charging. Both of them feature an in-display fingerprint scanner as well.
Both of them feature Bluetooth 5.0 and And Dual-WiFi as well.
But what is the difference between these two?
If there is not much of a difference, then why two variants?
Well, there are some changes to the devices.
If you re-read the post, you will get to know I haven’t mentioned anything about the processor, the GPU or the camera sensors or the charging speed. Yes. They are different.
The Processor on K20 is newer Snapdragon 730 with Adreno 618, whereas the processor on K20 Pro is Snapdragon 855 with Adreno 640. Another thing is here the charging power. The Pro version support fast charging up to 27W, whereas the standard variant is up to 18W only.
One more thing to consider here. The Camera Sensor on the Pro variant is Sony IMX586 whereas the sensor on standard variant is Sony IMX582. Also, the camera on Pro has a Camera Focus laser as well. However, none of them has OIS. Also, No IP certification in any of them at all. You can also shoot [email protected] on Pro whereas on the standard variant, its [email protected]
These are the only difference between the two. But the rest of the features are exactly the same.
Source: Android Authority