How excited are you for the upcoming Valentine’s? Well, Xiaomi is certainly making it one for the Nepalese smartphone consumers. How? If you are to gift a great smartphone to your loved ones up to the coming valentine’s day, 14th February to be specific, the Redmi K20 Pro would definitely be a great pick. And of course, you can gift it to yourself as well.
The reason, we are calling it a great pick is that the Redmi K20 Pro remains a value for money smartphone in the price segment it targets for.
Let’s now first take a quick recap of the device.
Redmi K20 Pro Overview
The Redmi K20 Pro considerably stands true to Xiaomi’s DNA of providing killer hardware for fraction of a price. It powers upon a powerful Snapdragon 855 SoC alongside a 6GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage, also expandable via microSD card thereby assuring a smooth performance while multitasking and gaming. The handset also brings a Game Turbo 2.0 on the table that handles your task thereby providing more resources in the device for gaming. Moreover, the Game Turbo 2.0 can make use of a smart switch from WiFi to 4G ensuring lag-free effortless connectivity.
Onto the front of the K20 Pro is a seamless 6.39-inch Full HD+ OLED display with an aspect ratio that numbers to 19.5:9. And thanks to the hidden pop-up camera, the front of the phone looks clean with virtually no bezels. While underneath the display is an in-display fingerprint scanner.
Again, the pop-up camera mechanism hides a 20MP selfie shooter, which comes with AI capabilities. As for the rear, the phone carries a normal 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor alongside a 13MP ultra-wide sensor and an 8MP telephoto sensor.
Finally, similar to what you could get on other flagships, the Redmi K20 Pro also has fast charging capability to charge its 4,000mAh battery — it supports 27W fast charging, also seen on the Xiaomi Mi 9.
The Redmi K20 Pro is always a great phone to buy in the budget segments it sits in. Thus, a price cut up to the coming valentine’s, i.e. 14th February sounds great for someone looking forward to buying a smartphone. However, the price cut applies to a K20 Pro (8GB/256GB) variant only. Previously priced at Rs. 49,999; you can now buy it at Rs. 46,999 via Mi authorized stores across Nepal or online at Daraz and Sastodeal.