Today, Lu Weibing – general manager of Redmi brand has just released an important information regarding the upcoming flagship Redmi K20. In addition to being the first smartphone of Redmi integrated NFC connection, this phone also owns the NFC chip that Apple is equipping for iPhone XS.
Specifically, the Redmi K20 will use NXP's latest NFC SN100 chip similar to iPhone XS, which will increase the data transfer rate by up to 30% compared to the previous generation. As one of the pioneering companies in the application of NFC technology in China, Xiaomi smartphone supports a lot of features via NFC connection.
Users can use it as a bus card, student card, unencrypted access card simulator, NFC door lock, query information, payment transaction confirmation and more.
Redmi K20 is expected to have two variants, of which the standard version uses the Snapdragon 730 processor and the higher-end Pro version runs the Snapdragon 855. Both models will have 6.39-inch AMOLED screens with resolution Full HD + (2340 x 1080 pixels), selfie camera sniffing, battery 4000mAh, RAM up to 8GB and 256GB internal memory.
In addition, the Redmi K20 duo will be equipped with 3 camera systems on the back, in which the main sensor is Sony's IMX586 48MP sensor and supports slow-motion video recording at 960fps. According to leaked information, the Redmi K20 Pro will be sold at a starting price of 2599 yuan (about 8.8 million dong) for the option of 6GB RAM + 64GB of internal memory.