We have already discussed that Redmi’s highly anticipated devices named K20 and K20 Pro revealed yesterday in China. And a couple of days before the official launch of Redmi K20 series of phones, a polish blog claimed that both devices will be released in Poland as 9T and 9T Pro.
According to the Russian tech blog, Redmi K20 and K20 Pro will be landing as Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro. Both devices are expected to land officially in Russia somewhere in June.
Moreover, the tech blog of Russia has also confirmed that the Pro version will be similar to Xiaomi’s Mi 9 whereas Mi 9T will set users back as much as Mi 9 SE. Besides, Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro will be priced RUB 25,000 (approx. $387) and RUB 35,000 (approx. $540) respectively.
Aside from Poland and Russia, some other European countries will also receive these devices. Thailand, Singapore, and Taiwan are also expected to get the Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro devices.
Taking a look at the specifications of K20 and K20 Pro, both devices are loaded with some common features such as notch-less design, 6.39-inches AMOLED display, on-screen fingerprint scanner, 4000mAh battery, Android Pie 9.0 OS and 20MP front-facing camera.
The younger brother of K20 Pro comes with 48MP + 13MP + 8MP rear camera configuration which is also similar to K20 Pro’s rear camera setup. However, K20 is backed by 18W rapid charging whereas K20 Pro comes with a support of 27W fast charging. The K20 is loaded with Snapdragon 730 Chipset and the Pro model is powered by Snapdragon 855 Chipset.
Price varies and it depends on which variant you get your hands on. The Redmi K20 with 6GB/64GB has priced 1999 Yuan ($289) whereas 6GB/128GB variant goes for 2099 Yuan ($303). The K20 Pro comes in four different variants such as 6GB/64GB is priced 2499 Yuan ($362), 6GB/128GB goes for 2599 Yuan ($375), 8GB/128GB set users back 2799 Yuan ($404) and 8GB/256GB capes out at 2999 Yuan ($435).