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Redmi K20 Pro scores highest on AnTuTu, becomes "world's fastest phone"

17 June 2019 0

If you fall into a subset of the community for which the scores and numbers of benchmarking results still matter then you would be happy to know that the Redmi K20 Pro has scored the highest AnTuTu points and outpaced the top score of the OnePlus 7 Pro.

Xiaomi is yet to announce the Redmi K20 Pro device in India and the announcement of the score on Twitter shows how the company is creating the hype before the launch. Manu Kumar Jain, Global VP & MD Xiaomi India has tweeted the score of the Redmi K20 Pro by calling it the world’s fastest phone ever. Recently, AnTuTu posted a list of global top 10 performing Android phones for May 2019 on which the OnePlus 7 Pro clearly snatched the first place, outpacing the Galaxy S10 and the Huawei P30 series. The OnePlus 7 Pro is listed with 373953 score but according to the tweet of Global VP, the Redmi K20 is the fastest phone as it scores 388,803 on the AnTuTu benchmarking site.

It’s worth noting that these synthetic benchmarks don’t conclude the performance of the devices. It’s just a kind of measurement if you have to compare two or three phones against each other. In real life, the performance may vary even if a device outpaces any other device on a benchmark score.

Xiaomi has been teasing the Redmi K20 Pro since the early days of the OnePlus 7 Pro. In fact, the company very boldly made the tagline for its device calling it to be the Flagship Killer 2.0.

There are still a majority of followers who get flattered by the “world’s first things,” and this new crown of Redmi K20 Pro will definitely help the company in making the device superhit in the country.


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