Redmi K20 to Come with 7th-gen UD Fingerprint Scanner and Notch-less Display

The Redmi which is now an independent brand has all set to amaze the audience with its Killer flagship smartphone named K20 on May 28, 2019. As we are getting closer to its official announcement more and more day by day, Redmi is revealing its key selling points one after another.

It has already been confirmed that it’ll be loaded with a whopping 48MP of a rear camera, 690 FPS Slow-Mo video recording and impressive 4000mAh non-removable battery. But it now adds notch-less display and 7th-gen optical on-screen fingerprint scanner.

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Based on a report from Redmi, 7th-gen on-screen fingerprint scanner is backed by a 3P lens and has 7.2um ultra-large pixels. This scanner is 30% more accurate and 100% high photo-sensitive as compared to the previous generation scanner. Moreover, the area of the scanner is increased by 15%.

The Redmi K20 UD fingerprint scanner also comes with DSP acceleration technology which increases its speed of unlocking by 10% compared to its predecessor, while increasing the success rate by 30 percent under direct light and low temperature.

According to the image shared by Redmi, there is a smartphone without any notch and it’s likely to be Redmi K20. This is consistent with all previous leaks – suggesting that K20 is backed by 20MP selfie-motorized camera which pops up from the top.

Most important of all, Redmi K20 along with K20 Pro, received 3C certification and it’s confirmed that a Vanilla K20 will have a support of 18W fast charging while K20 Pro will have a support of 27W charging speed.

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