The Redmi K20 series is coming to India next month and we know you’re eagerly waiting on its launch, which will be part of Xiaomi’s 5th-anniversary celebration. While we went ahead and benchmarked the Snapdragon 730-powered Redmi K20 earlier this week, we now decided to pull out the big guns – the Redmi K20 Pro to give you a look at one of its most appealing features. The cameras.
Redmi K20 Pro Camera Specs
Here’s a quick rundown of the specs of the Redmi K20 Pro’s triple rear-camera setup. It features a 48MP (f/1.75) IMX586 primary sensor, paired with a 13MP (f/2.4) ultra-wide angle sensor with 125-degree FOV, and an 8MP (f/2.4) telephoto lens. I mean, you get all the possible perspectives you can imagine with this smartphone.
What’s even better is that the 20MP selfie camera now sits inside a pop-up module that lights up (like for real) and has been tested for 300,000 ejections. This allows you to have an unintrusive, almost bezel-less display experience.
Now that we’ve got the specs out of the way, here are some samples that we’ve captured with the Redmi K20 Pro around the Beebom office. We have resized the images you’ll find attached below to not bog down the website, but you can check out high-res images from this Google Drive link right here. Let’s take a look at the camera samples:
Redmi K20 Pro: Daylight Samples
Redmi K20 Pro: Low-light Samples
Redmi K20 Pro: Wide-angle & Telephoto
If you didn’t already know, the smartphone offers you a choice between 1x (standard sensor), 0.6x (ultra wide-angle sensor), and 2x (telephoto sensor) while clicking your photos. Check out the comparison between the 3 modes right here:
Redmi K20 Pro: Selfie & Portraits
So, you can obviously see that the Redmi K20 Pro has a pretty solid camera performance and should be enough not just for casual but also heavy users – who heavily rely on their phones to click pictures. What do you think about the cameras on the K20 Pro? Tell us in the comments below.