Xiaomi Redmi K20: protective cover images reconfirm your design
Both the Redmi K20 and its “Pro” variant have been giving talk over the last few weeks, especially for the incredible price / quality ratio they promise to offer. Now, after several renders have appeared that allowed us to know several details about its design, new images of protective covers have emerged that confirm once more its design.
The new images have been published by the well-known leaker Mukul Sharma. Although there is no way to confirm that these may be official covers for the Xiaomi Redmi K20, Sharma has already proven itself to be a credible source of leaks in the past. While some of the images may appear ‘fabricated’, others appear to be truly legitimate.
Redmi K20 details ‘reconfirmed’ by new images
Just as it had been confirmed by the latest photo published by the brand itself, the Redmi K20 will arrive with an appealing triple rear camera. This camera will have its sensors oriented vertically, positioned in the center of the rear panel. With the images of the protective covers, it is confirmed that the fingerprint reader is not positioned on its back, confirming rumors that put it embedded in the screen.
With regard to their physical buttons, it appears that the covers do not exhibit the desired coherence with the position of the power button and volume knobs. Still, it looks like we’ll see the power button on the right and the volume buttons on the left side of the smartphone. In addition, there is also talk about the possible presence of a button dedicated to the virtual assistant.
Finally, it is confirmed that it will arrive with USB-C input, accompanied by two grids of sound. It would not be, however, the first time we saw two grilles for aesthetic reasons. We will have to wait until May 28 to know if it will arrive with two columns.
Highlights of the Xiaomi Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro
There are several reasons that have led to such a great anticipation of these two smartphones. Firstly, the big difference between the two will be in the processor, where the base variant will have the Snapdragon 730 and the ‘Pro’ variant will arrive with the popular Snapdragon 855. Everything indicates that this will be the big difference between the two smartphones.
Both smartphones should share a generous Full HD + 6.39 “screen, which will most likely be AMOLED, since it will have integrated the biometric sensor.
In the photographic segment, everything indicates that it will have an impressive triple rear camera. This camera will be composed of a main sensor of 48 megapixels (Sony IMX586), a secondary of 13 megapixels (ultrawide angle) and a third of 8 megapixels (telescopic lens). Your pop-up camera should arrive equipped with a 20-megapixel sensor.
Since your presentation will happen next Tuesday (May 28), we will not have to wait long for all doubts to be clarified. I would not be too surprised if the differences between the two models went way beyond their processor and memory options.