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Redmi K20 Pro Set To Launch Soon After Trolling OnePlus

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The Redmi K20 and K20 Pro set to launch soon in Europe and the rest of the world is on of the most anticipated Phone. The Chinese company took the opportunity to throw a shade at OnePlus. The device which debuted weeks ago in China as Xiaomi Mi 9T and is launching in Europe with the same name. However it will be called Redmi K20 in India and the rest of the world when it launches next month(July 15th).

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K20 Pro use AnTuTu score to Troll OnePlus

The troll first started when Xiaomi India earlier this month pulled a marketing coup on Oneplus’ Oneplus 7 Pro when it placed outdoor ads of its upcoming flagship phones Redmi K20 and Redmi next to billboards with OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro ads, as well as the with ‘Flagship Killer 2.0’ teasers.

K20 Pro set to launch

K20 Pro set to launch

To build anticipation, Xiaomi’s promo campaign starts as it did last year – by trolling OnePlus. Remember the “Do the ma+h” gift bags with a calculator? This year it’s about numbers too, specifically the AnTuTu score.

A few days ago the @RedmiIndia account tweeted “Somebody jus+ announced the world’s fastest phone” (the “+” instead of “t” makes it clear who is the target of this dig). The company also promised to beat that, saying “hold my AnTuTu”. And today Redmi delivers the second punch – Redmi K20 Pro’s score.

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It’s 388,803, which is currently the highest in AnTuTu’s charts (note: K20 Pro’s score still isn’t on the chart). The older (though pricier) Xiaomi Mi 9 also scores higher than the OnePlus 7 Pro, so Xiaomi has the upper hand in this AnTuTu-based rivalry.

However, as Redmi’s original tweet reads “some celebrations are short-lived”, eventually someone will top the Redmi K20 Pro in raw performance. It will be a while before a phone beats it in the “performance per dollar” metric, though.

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