Realme X VS Redmi K20 Pro
By Lydia Scott 2019-05-11 862 0
Briefly to the alleged Redmi flagship: it is expected under the pseudonym Redmi K20 Pro with a Snapdragon 855, 48MP camera, 4000mAh battery as well as a 6.39 Full Screen AMOLED panel including Pop-Up Selfie Cam. Almost a Pocophone now from Redmi.
Upper middle class equipment
You are already sure about the camera: the Sony IMX586 with 48MP resolution is also used in the Realme X in a dual cam setup. We find this sensor with quite a lot of manufacturers: Xiaomi in Mi 9 / Mi 9 SE and Redmi Note 7 Pro, in the new OnePlus 7 or in the same company with Oppo Reno.
The same applies to the Realme 3 Pro with the Sony IMX519, which OnePlus has built into the 6T. You simply use the available resources, which allows you to bring inexpensive smartphones onto the market. The first leaks already reveal the design: a 6.65 inch FHD+ display is used, which will be a notchless full screen thanks to the pop-up camera.
Thanks to the approval authority TEENA, the first specifications are also available: a 3680mAh battery, which can be quickly charged via VOOC, a fingerprint sensor under the display, which is currently in fashion, as well as the Snapdragon 730. In the new Samsung Galaxy A80, the Snapdragon 730G presses 202,100 points in the AnTuTu benchmark - but the expected market price here is also around 600€. Also in the room is a Realme X Pro, which will then be equipped with the Snapdragon 855.
Realme X Global Version?
In a way, RealMe reminds me more and more of OnePlus - when they were still presenting real flagship killers and not like now, with prices close to the "premium competition" going on customer catch. Realme can, it seems, take its inspiration from the BBK construction kit and build in the features of the expensive Oppo smartphones: a pop-up cam, VOOC Quick Charge, powerful Snapdragon processors and the much-needed camera software the small manufacturers can't get their hands on.
Depending on the price, with 400€ in Europe one should roughly reckon, it enters into direct competition with Xiaomis upper class, depending on the size, the Mi 9 SE, Mi 9 or the upcoming Redmi Flagship / Redmi K20 Pro.
RealMe is currently striving to expand into other countries and Realme X will be used to reach other target groups. On May 15th Realme X will be presented in Beijing and should sooner or later also belong to the Global LineUp of Realme.
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