Xiaomi just released its own OnePlus 7 Pro... But cheaper! - OnePlus 7 has recently released three versions of OnePlus 7, including a budget version that is very similar to last year's OnePlus 6T (OnePlus 7), OnePlus 7 Pro with a new and appealing design, and finally OnePlus 7 Pro 5G, which is still only available in the UK.
As many experts have hoped, OnePlus has raised the price of its smartphone, making OnePlus 7 Pro the company's most expensive smartphone ever
However, the Flagship Killer ideology is still alive, with this OnePlus 7 Pro bringing similar, or even better, features to the 'Premium' devices from Apple, Samsung, and Huawei at relatively lower prices.
But... It's no longer the cheapest 'top-of-the-range' smartphone on the market!
This title is reserved for a new Chinese gadget, released during the day yesterday.
After all, the Xiaomi sub-brand, Redmi, unveiled yesterday the range of K20 smartphones with two models! The Redmi K20 for the midrange and the K20 Pro for the high end.
And as you may have noticed, the Redmi K20 Pro is much cheaper than OnePlus 7 Pro, costing about $ 361, compared to $ 579 for the OP7 Pro.
So the Pro K20 has the same design as OnePlus 7 Pro! That's why we can find an 'Infinity' screen design, as well as a self-pop-up camera, a fingerprint sensor on the screen, as well as a three-camera configuration at the rear.
But the similarities do not stop here! The processor is the same Snapdragon 855, which brings the new top of the line OnePlus to life. And we can also choose configurations with 6GB or 8GB of RAM. (There is no 12GB version)
To withstand all this power, the K20 Pro is also equipped with proprietary cooling technology.
If you think the difference is in the cameras, and that's where the savings are... You're also very much mistaken!
The Redmi K20 Pro features a 48MP (Sony) main camera, a 13MP wide-angle camera and finally an 8MP telephoto lens. At the front, we can still find a front camera with 20MP.
As for the battery, we still have a 4000mAh battery, with fast charging support (27W). Which means 58% battery in just 30min.
That is, the only big difference, it is even on the screen, that in the case of OP7 Pro, we have an AMOLED panel capable of 90Hz. While in the K20 Pro we also have an AMOLED panel, but with the normal refresh rate.
Lastly, as extras we did not find in OnePlus 7 pro, we have a 3.5mm input, Audio Hi-Res certification as well as NFC 'multi-function'.
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