A few days back, Xiaomi officially confirmed the name of its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Redmi K20. It also teased that the phone will be a flagship killer. But now, the Redmi K20 seems to be more of a flagship killer as it appeared on Antutu benchmark with a surprising score.
Redmi CEO Lu Weibing on his official Weibo account shared the score achieved by the Redmi K20, registering 458754 points in total. The phone is expected to reach the market aiming to deliver a cost-effective, without giving up the power, thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset.
With this score, it overcomes the Xiaomi Mi 9 which is the current flagship smartphone of the Chinese brand. Check out the Antutu score image:
The company has also confirmed that the top-of-the-line Redmi model will keep features appealing to many. Right now, only a few specs are known but rumors are suggesting some more details. The phone is said to come with a Full HD+ (2340 x 1080) resolution display, front camera with a sliding mechanism and a Sony 48MP sensor on the back.
The phone is also expected to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor, a technology used by Xiaomi in models such as Mi 9. The Redmi K20 might also arrive in the Indian market as the company is advertising a smartphone launch with Snapdragon 855.
We are waiting for more information, so stay tuned.