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Redmi K20’s gradient design revealed in the official image

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Redmi K20 is launching on May 28 so less than a week is now left for the launch of much awaited Redmi flagship. The company has already revealed a lot of things, but today, Redmi gave us the very first look at the K20 from the rear. The image of the phone was posted by the official Weibo page that gave us a look at the gradient design & the vertical triple camera setup on the rear.

As the image above reveals, the Redmi K20 has a unique gradient back panel that shows different wave-like patterns when the light falls on it. We can also notice the vertical triple camera setup placed in the middle where the topmost camera lens has a ring around it like the on the Xiaomi Mi 9. So, the design from the rear is definitely beautiful & there are no complains.

Sone of the specifications of the Redmi K20 have already been revealed by the company that include Snapdragon 855 processor, in-display fingerprint scanner, 4,000mAH battery & 48 Megapixel primary camera on the rear.

Talking about the in-display fingerprint scanner, it’s the seventh generation scanner with 3P lens & 7.2μm ultra-large pixels. The scanning area is 10% more than the last generation & the scanner is 30% more accurate. There is also DSP acceleration technology which, as per the company, increases the unlock speed by up to 10%.

So, what do you think of the design of Redmi K20 from the rear? Do let us know via the comments section.

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