Redmi K20 series & others to get price cuts from August 1

Today, Redmi released a poster announcing price cuts for most of its smartphones. Leading the pack is the Redmi K20 series. According to the company, the Redmi K20 Pro (6GB+128GB version) will now sell for 2299 yuan ($334). While the 8GB+128GB version will go for 2499 yuan ($363). All price reduction will be effective from August 1. In addition, the summer honey, flame red, glacier blue, and carbon fiber black colour options will be available. Not only that, the K20 (6GB +128GB version) will sell for 1999 yuan ($290) and it will come with a 99 yuan ($14) powerbank free gift. In addition to the Redmi K20 series, other smartphones with price cuts include

  • Redmi Note 7 Pro (6GB+128GB) – 1399 yuan ($203)
  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 (6GB+64GB) – 1199 yuan ($174)
  • Redmi 7 (4GB+64GB) –  899 yuan ($131)
  • Xiaomi Redmi 7 (3GB+32GB) –  699 yuan ($102)
  • Redmi 7A (2GB+16GB) – 499 yuan ($72)

Lu Weibing, vice president of Xiaomi Group and general manager of Redmi brand recently said that Redmi will launch a smartphone with MediaTek’s Helio G90T high-performance chip. As a result, this will be the first device to use this chip. MediaTek Helio G90 series is a gaming chip. It CPU adopts a dual-core A76 architecture while the GPU is the quad-core Mali-G76. The G90T has a graphics clock speed of up to 800MHz and its AnTuTu scores exceeds 222,000 points. Under the guarantee of high performance, the G90 series also has exclusive game features. This includes “chip-level” network delay optimization, millisecond-level touch, and Hollywood special-quality image quality. It is the world’s first gaming chip to obtain the TÜV Rheinland certification.

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  1. ahmad yazid
    July 31, 2019

    Hi, this for china market or global?

    • freedomstolen
      August 10, 2019

      Good question. I had the same query.

  2. freedomstolen
    August 10, 2019

    Taking expandable storage was a bad move. Else, it would’ve been Xiaomi’s own Pocophone F1 killer and a worthy successor, with the specs and price!