Xiaomi’s new sub-brand Redmi is preparing to launch a brand new budget flagship killer under the Redmi k20 Pro moniker and now the pricing for the same has been revealed in new leaks. As you can see in the image below how much the Redmi K20 Pro will be priced at and around the world. Starting at 2,599 yuan that’s is 336 Euros for the 6GB RAM/64GB base variant.

While the mid-tier Redmi K20 Pro variant is priced around 362 Euros for the 6GB RAM/128GB model. However, you might surprised to know that the top speced 8GB RAM and 128 GB variant will retail for just 388 Euros, that’s even undercutting it’s own sibling company Poco and yes, OnePlus as well.

Redmi k20 Pro Price for Europe, India and China

Price for 6GB/64GB2,999 Yuan336 EurosRs. 23,999/- INR
Price for 6GB/128GB2,799 362 EurosRs. 25,999/- INR
Price for 8GB/128GB2,999 388 EurosRs. 27,999/- INR

Moreover, the Redmi K20 pro will be replacing OnePlus as being the next flagship killer with it’s all out flagship specs because under the hood we have Qualcomm’s top of the line Snapdragon 855 chip, fast charging for the fairly large 4000mAh battery. A whopping 48 MP for taking super detailed pictures along with a 13mp and an 8mp shooter.

Furthermore, the more mid-range Redmi k20 or the non-pro variant will be packing a Snapdragon 730 chip, which  is no slouch and will be more than enough for normal to semi-power users.

The main attraction here will be the price and the pop-up selfie camera which will allow for a higher screen to body ratio of around 85% or more. Obviously, expect a  bottom chin on the Redmi K20 Pro.

Image Credits: slashleaks and Mysmartprice

Apart from that, the Redmi K20 pro will be launching soon around 28th May and will come to India and it’s neighboring countries around next month or earlier. Oh, yes another thing here to note is that, the Redmi K20 Pro will also have a 7th generation ultra fast in-display fingerprint scanner, and we probably think this will be an optical scanner rather than a ultra sonic sensor seen on the flagship Galaxy Phone, to keep costs down.

Via: slashleaks


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