Redmi K20 AnTuTu score reveals it will be more powerful than Xiaomi Mi 9

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Redmi K20 AnTuTu score

Xiaomi has always been looking to launch a smartphone powered with a Snapdragon 855 processor. With Redmi, Xiaomi is now going to launch its first ever Snapdragon 855 phone. The company has also decided the name of the new flagship phone. The new Redmi flagship phone will be called as Redmi K20.

The Redmi K20 is soon going to get launched and the company is relentlessly trying to tease the phone on social media. Xiaomi’s VP, Lu Weibing shared a screenshot of the Redmi K20 AnTuTu score and the score is just mind-blowing.

Redmi K20 AnTuTu score
Redmi K20 AnTuTu score

The average score achieved by Snapdragon 855 powered phones is around 400k. But, the Redmi K20 AnTuTu score is as high as 458,754. This smartphone beats all the other smartphones and sets a new benchmark in the AnTuTu score. 458,754 is the best AnTuTu score achieved by any Android smartphone.

According to the leaks and rumors, the key highlights of the phone will be the hardware and the cameras. Redmi K20 is expected to launch with RAM up to 8GB and 256GB of storage. An amazing 48MP rear camera is also expected along with a pop-up selfie camera.

Redmi K20 Antutu score
Teasing Image by Xiaomi

Some leaks suggest that Redmi will be launching two variants of K20. One will be K20 itself and the other will K20 Pro. K20 is expected to launch in three variants — 6GB+64GB, 6GB+128GB, and 8GB+256GB. The pro version is expected to get launched in four variants — 6GB+64GB, 6GB+128GB, 8GB+128GB, and 8GB+256GB. Both K20 and K20 Pro are expected to launch in three colors. Carbon Fiber Black, Glacier Blue, and Flame Red are the three color variants of the phones.

Xiaomi India has confirmed to bring the Redmi K20 killer flagship phone to India very soon. Meanwhile, we will have to just wait for the launch dates of the smartphone.

 

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