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Redmi K20 to come with DC Dimming and Game Turbo 2.0 features

24 May 2019 1

Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi has already teased so many features of its upcoming device Redmi K20 and now it’s sharing more interesting features. One of them is DC Dimming that will take care of the flickering issue that appears in low-brightness and the other is Game Turbo 2.0 to give you a performance boost while you play games on the device.

According to brand’s General Manager Lu Weibing, who's been consistent in throwing out new details of the Redmi K20 states that you can also reply to messages when this Game Turbo 2.0 is enabled so that you don’t miss anything important while you’re playing games.

The flickering issue in the display is more pronounced when the brightness is set to low-levels. It happens because, at low-brightness, the display emits light in waves. The DC Dimming feature will help to combat this issue. Nothing else is shared on the two features but we already know many things about the phone. The device has gained the highest score on AnTuTu; it will come with the 48MP main camera and launch on May 28. It will also have a massive 4,000mAH battery and 960fps slow-mo video recording support as well.

The recently leaked render posed the back design of the device that shows triple rear cameras. The device is said to be coming with a motorized pop-up selfie camera. The Redmi K20 along with the Redmi K20 Pro is expected to cost between 2000 Yuan and 4000 Yuan, according to a China-based analyst.

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Redmi K20 to come with DC Dimming and Game Turbo 2.0 features
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