Even two days after the presentation of the much-anticipated Redmi K20 Pro, new information continues to escape. The latest news coming directly from the official Chinese certification authority TENAA reveals a new, most powerful version of this smartphone.
Even more RAM
Redmi K20 Pro is currently available in versions with 6 and 8 GB RAM. These values are sufficient, even too high, for today's smartphones. However, Redmi is not stopping and, according to TENAA, is preparing another, more powerful variant. He gets it a good 12 GB of RAMwhich is more than most computers today have.
The new version of Redmi K20 Pro has passed the TENAA certification authority, which is a state entity. The information coming from this office is always accurate, so the existence of a version with 12 GB of RAM is almost certain. The proper storage that it offers will also be added to the RAM 256 GB capacity.
Cheapest smartphone with 12 GB RAM?
Although smartphones with 12 GB of RAM already exist on the market, the Redmi K20 Pro could surprise with its price. It is not known yet, but given the pricing policy of the Redmi brand, it could easily be at all cheapest smartphone with 12 GB RAM on the market.
Xiaomi's portfolio currently includes two models with 12 GB of RAM - the Mi 9 Explorer Edition with a price in China of € 520 / CZK 13 and the Black Shark 500 with a European price of € 2 / CZK 649. We expect that the price of the Redmi K17 Pro with 000 GB of RAM will be set well below € 20 / CZK 12, at least on the domestic, Chinese market.
Other parameters unchanged
The rest of the hardware of the new version of the K20 Pro should remain unchanged. Missing it will not be a beautiful frameless 6,39 ″ AMOLED display with a 7th generation fingerprint sensor a retractable front 20 MPx camera.
Of course there is Snapdragon 855 processor, triple 48 MPx camera, 4000 mAh battery with a fast 27 W charge and all the other "goodies" that this model received.
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