Redmi K20 Teaser Reveals Support For slow-motion Video Recording at 960fps

The smartphone maker, Xiaomi is all set to launch Redmi K20 in order to give a tough competition to the OnePlus 7 pro. Furthermore, Xiaomi claimed that its upcoming device will be a Flagship Killer 2.0 that aims to Face OnePlus 7 Pro. As we reported earlier the phone will launch on May 28th. Now, one more feature of the phone surfaced online. Redmi K20 Teaser Reveals Support For slow-motion Video Recording at 960fps.

Brand’s General Manager Revealed the Redmi K20 Teaser on Weibo

The company’s General Manager Lu Weibing released a teaser of its slow-motion capabilities on Weibo. Let’s have a look at the video first.

Redmi K20 Teaser reveals that its camera will be able to record up to 960FPS videos which are hardly shocking given the powerful chipset and the high-end sensor on board.

We can say that this upcoming phone will be a flagship device, as it will be backed by a Snapdragon 855 chipset. Other than that, its camera is also bringing it to the World of the flagship. The brand has already claimed to be the next “flagship killer”, as this upcoming device will be spotted with an outstanding AnTuTu performance. Moreover, it will have AMOLED screen with Gorilla Glass 6 on top and a UD fingerprint scanner under the panel.

The Redmi K20 may come in two variants – a regular variant and a K20 Pro that will come with some advanced features, such as the powerhouse will be fueled by 4,000 mAh battery with 27W fast-charging, an ultra-wide secondary snapper, plus a pop-up selfie shooter with a 20 MP sensor.

Well, we will see that all the above specs discussed above, will really exist in these upcoming devices. Till then, stay tuned for more updates.

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.

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