This confirmation comes from Xiaomi VP Lu Weibing through a post on Chinese social network Weibo, and since Weibing didn't say anything about the vanilla K20, it's safe to say that the non-Pro variant will remain available for purchase for the time being.
The discontinuation of K20 Pro's sales comes at a time when the company is preparing to launch the K30 Pro.
Redmi hasn't officially revealed any details about the K30 Pro yet, but thanks to its Geekbench listing, we know it will arrive with a Snapdragon 865 SoC, 8GB RAM and Android 10, which will be likely layered with MIUI 11 on top.
More details about the Redmi K30 Pro should surface in the coming days.
Redmi India reached out with the following message:
Redmi K20 series will continue to be available in India as it's our number one premium smartphone series.
the only good k20 is the honda kseries engine!
Don't buy the k series .. I just bought the k20 pro recently I got an series issue with battery drained like hell without installing apps except pre installed apps like Facebook and WhatsApp .. I raised an request that the issue I faced right know, t...