A couple of days ago, two new products from the Chinese technogiant subbrand appeared on the market enchantingly - this is Redmi K20
What distinguishes the Redmi K20 Pro from the Redmi K20
Let's start with the most important thing - it's a processor. The older model received the top-end Snapdragon 855 chip, which most of the flagships work on, and the K20 the Snapdragon 730. Will it affect performance? Of course! But not critical.
Go ahead ... Quick charge. Both the one and the other smartphone received support for fast charging. Only the Redmi K20 Pro has a parameter of 27 W, and the younger brother has 18 W.
That’s the difference between the Redmi K20 Pro and the Redmi K20.don't end there. Few people know that new items use different lenses in the camera. Although both are declared as 48 Mp. So, the Redmi K20 Pro comes with a 48-megapixel main lens (IMX586), and the second with a 48-megapixel main lens (IMX582). There is a difference between the lenses, although both have the same resolution. Lou Weibing, general manager of the Redmi brand, spoke in more detail about this.
The main camera Redmi K20 uses Sony sensor48MP IMX582, and many people may have heard about this sensor for the first time. Both are 1/2 ″ sensors that support resolutions up to 48 megapixels from Remosaic hardware. The main difference is that the IMX582 supports video recording of 30 frames with a resolution of 4K, and the IMX586 supports video recording of 60 frames with a resolution of 4K. Since the video recording capabilities of the Snapdragon 730 also support up to 4K / 30 frames, the IMX582 meets the requirements of the platform. Thus, it can be said that there will be no differences on the Redmi K20, even if you use the IMX586 sensor.
The list of the main differences between the Redmi K20 Pro and the Redmi K20 can be completed.