Redmi K20 Pro: Full Phone Specs, Review and Price


The Redmi K20 Pro is the real flagship killer smartphone. It comes with a lot of cool hardware at a somewhat reasonable price. Activities on the K20 Pro is superfluid and fast; you will not have any issues with any high-performance activities.

Battery life is also great, the speakers are good but the camera leaves me wanting a little more but this is just my personal preference because like I feel that the images are not saturated enough it is a bit less saturated than the actual thing that I’m shooting so I can’t say it is the best.

We can hope that maybe Redmi senses update to give me better-looking images.

But at the end of the day is this the flagship killer? Yes definitely. Is this better than OnePlus 7 Pro? Well, that depends. Some of you guys might prefer closer to stock Android experience, but if you ask me, I’ll be happy to save some money and get a k20 Pro instead.

So Let’s get started.


Release date28th May 2019
Form factorTouchscreen
Body typeGlass
Dimensions (mm)156.70 x 74.30 x 8.80
Weight (g)191.00
Battery capacity (mAh)4000
Fast chargingProprietary
ColoursCarbon Black, Glacier Blue, Flame Red


Screen size (inches)6.39
Resolution1080×2340 pixels
Protection typeGorilla Glass
Aspect ratio19.5:9


Processor2.8GHz (1×2.84GHz + 3×2.42GHz + 4×1.8GHz)
Processor makeQualcomm Snapdragon 855
Internal storage64GB
Expandable storageNo


Rear camera48-megapixel (f/1.75, 1.6-micron) + 8-megapixel (f/2.4, 1.12-micron) + 13-megapixel (f/2.4, 1.12-micron)
Rear autofocusYes
Rear flashYes
Front camera20-megapixel


Operating systemAndroid Pie
SkinMIUI 10


Wi-Fi standards supported802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
BluetoothYes, v 5.00
USB Type-CYes
Number of SIMs2
Active 4G on both SIM cardsYes
SIM TypeNano-SIM
4G/ LTEYes
Supports 4G in India (Band 40)Yes
SIM TypeNano-SIM
4G/ LTEYes
Supports 4G in India (Band 40)Yes


Face unlockYes
Fingerprint sensorYes
Compass/ MagnetometerYes
Proximity sensorYes
Ambient light sensorYes



The display here is also magnificent. It is a good AMOLED display panel, and you get excellent viewing angles and high visibility even outdoors. So watching videos on the K20 Pro is a dream come true with its fully notch-less design.

It’s worth noting that the bezels all around and chin at the bottom are also pretty slim.


The Redmi K20 Pro comes with a Snapdragon 855 and 8GB of RAM. Performance is blazing fast so you will find everyday operations superfluid, and even though MIUI is not like stock Android, the gestures here work very smoothly.

The phone is powerful. In many regions, this will be the cheapest Snapdragon 855 smartphone money can buy and it combines that with an eight layered of the cooling system and the thermals on this phone are good.

The K20 pro pulls nearly 370 thousand points on m22. That should tell you most of what you need to know about performance, but in case it needs it clarifying yes it’s snappy.

The software MIUI 10 is no match for this kind of hardware, every animation feels fast and uninterrupted, and the visual overhaul feels excellent compared to MIUI 9.

The navigation gestures on the Redmi K20 Pro are some of the easiest and the most intuitive, and it’s great to see that the phones Android Q beta build has already been released

I’m telling you. I used to hate using the gestures on Android phones and usually go with on-screen navigational keys, but the K20 Pro here is just so smooth and the gestures that I’m entirely using it now.

It is just so smooth, and it doesn’t stutter here and there, it’s just a very nice seamless experience.


So moving on. Let’s talk about gaming. Again, the Redmi K20 Pro comes with the 855 and 8 GB of RAM, so I don’t know what you guys are expecting. However, any game you throw at the K20 Pro will run without issues.

The frame rates here are high, and you never faced any lags. Another point to note is that the game loading times are also pretty quick, so that’s good if you are playing huge games.

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Some may be wondering maybe it can run PUBG or Mobile legends, but from what I can tell is that what you need to worry more here is your skill to shoot in PUBG or to kill in mobile legends instead. You already have the best hardware in your hands, but it’s not really up to you to kill it in that game.

Moving on let’s talk about the heating, so Redmi has mentioned that they have some cooling system built into the hardware but from my personal experience is that I have never faced much heat with the Redmi K20 Pro, so it has always been pretty cool even under hours of gaming.


Next, let’s talk about the speakers. At the bottom of the Redmi K20 Pro, you get a single firing speaker that sounds good it’s not a best in the market because it’s not stereo speakers, but it’s better than most of the other single speaker smartphones in the market right now.

The sound clarity is excellent, so soundwise I would give it a thumbs up here for this single firing speaker.



In the case of the battery life of the Redmi K20 Pro even with a 4000mAh battery, I wouldn’t say that it lasts like super or exceedingly long.

But you’ll be able to get through a full day with one charge if you don’t game that often. But for myself, I’m seeing a screen on time of about six hours under my usage, but seriously it depends on your usage.

I do a lot of social media and gaming, so being able to get through a full day with one charge is good enough for me.

While we’re talking about battery life, let’s talk about the charging speed here so the Redmi K20 Pro supports 27W charging but as you already know the charger that came in a box is an 18W unit.

It took about 1 hour and 30 minutes to go from zero to a hundred per cent, but for reference sake, it got from zero to 45 per cent in just 30 minutes, so that’s pretty quick considering its a large battery.

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Arguably, the most crucial part of the Redmi K20 Pro review is the camera department. I mean in terms of hardware, everything about the K20 Pro is just looking so good.

But let’s talk about a camera here for a minute, so daytime shots look pretty good I mean nothing spectacular here but it’s good enough for social media and terms of night shots with the night mode on it may look great, but there is this some visible noise here and there.

One thing I like about the camera is the portrait mode because it is perfect. I love how it’s better than the iPhone XS max such that it can distinguish not just your faces but even small items like the straws in your cup.

So the blur effect here is very natural. Once again just like any other smartphone with a 48-megapixel sensor, I don’t find it necessary for you to take a 48 MP shots because the quality is very similar to the standard shot.

One thing you need to know is that the 48-megapixel shots take up to 16 megabytes per image whereas the standard one is only about 4 to 5 megabytes per copy and the quality is very similar unless you have to zoom all the way in.

And as there’s no memory card support here, you’ll be filling up your internal storage pretty quickly if you keep shooting with the 48-megapixel sensor so this is just something that I thought I should mention and if you are worried about your storage only use the standard model.

So that’s it for the full review and all the information that I have to share with you.

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