The Redmi K20 Pro presented by the Xiaomi sub-brand which became independent at the beginning of the year is one of the most successful smartphones of the Chinese brand in recent months. This is due to the excellent value for money and the relatively innovative design. For those who do not remember, Redmi K20 Pro is known outside of China under the name of Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro.
Well, the success of the K20 Pro was confirmed by the various awards received by the device at the China Mobile Global Partner Conference held precisely in China yesterday.
Redmi K20 Pro best camera phone at the China Mobile Conference
The Redmi K20 Pro has indeed won the award as the best camera phone in the price range under the 3000 Yuan (on the 400 euros). Obviously in the category "best camera phone" the most important factor that allowed the device to win the prize lies in the photographic sector that beats that of competitors like Realme Q, Vivo iQOO Neo, Meizu 16S Pro and many others.
So the three-camera setup of the K20 Pro which includes a main sensor from 48MP, the Sony IMX586, a secondary one from 13MP with ultra wide angle lens and the one from 8MP are able to produce higher than average quality images compared to other devices at the same price. Also judging by the voting system with stars we see in the image above, the smartphone would seem to give a hard time even to more expensive smartphones like OnePlus 7T Pro, Oppo Reno 2, Vivo Nex 3 and even iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Passing to the other prize won by the terminal, or rather that of best smartphone 4G. Redmi won the silver medal with the K20 Pro Premium Edition for the category of devices with a price between 2500 and 3500 Yuan (from 320 to 450 euros). We remind you that the "Premium Edition" variant is the one equipped with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor. Among the strengths added just below the ranking we have excellent voice quality on call and the cooling system keeps the device cool even after long gaming sessions.
Also in the same ranking we also note the presence of the Redmi K20 Pro base which wins the second position in the price range between 1500 and 2500 Yuan (from 200 to 320 euros). While the Redmi Note 8 Pro is awarded a bronze medal in the category of smartphones that cost under 1500 Yuan (200 euro).
What can I say, Redmi seems to have dominated this year's China Mobile Global Partner Conference. Repeating the same next year with Redmi K30? We obviously hope so!