Earlier this week, Xiaomi launched the Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro in India. These are Xiaomi’s new premium mid-range handsets and contrary to other budget smartphones from the company, the reaction to these new smartphones have been less than stellar. This is primarily due to their pricing, especially for the Redmi K20.
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Xiaomi yesterday launched the Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro in India. These are premium handsets under the company’s Redmi branding and are a clear step up from the Redmi Note series. While the specs and features of the Redmi K20 series are already known, there’s still a lot that Xiaomi has not mentioned on its specs page. Here’s a look at some of the top and hidden features of the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro.
Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi launched its flagship smartphone series, the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro, in India yesterday. Xiaomi’s previous flagship phones failed to capture the market and the company is hoping to change that with the Redmi K20 series. But what’re the differences between the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro?
Last week, Google and Amazon finally announced that Prime Video is coming to Chromecast and Android TV. What this means is that you can finally cast content from Prime Video on your Android smartphone or device to your TV. If you are confused as to how one can cast Prime Video content, follow this guide.
To capitalize on the mobile gaming market in India, China, and other Asian markets, Qualcomm today announced the Plus variant of its flagship 2019 mobile chip: the Snapdragon 855. The new chip is basically an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 855 that we have seen inside devices like the OnePlus 7, Galaxy S10 series, and others.
Samsung took its own time but it has finally rolled out the One UI update for the Galaxy M20, Galaxy M30, and Galaxy M10 smartphones. It also launched the Galaxy M40 recently running Android 9.0 Pie and One UI out of the box. Apart from packing a lot of customization options, One UI also packs some basic and useful features including the ability to record calls.
With Android Q, Google is going to debut a new gesture navigation system that’s more refined than the one it launched with Android Pie last year. However, with the release of Android Q Beta 5 earlier today, Google has announced that when the OS is initially released to the public, the new gestures won’t work with custom launchers.