The Redmi K20 Pro is arguably one of the most disruptive smartphones this year so when the company only announced its non-pro version in Europe we were worried that it might remain confined to China. Well, today's report puts us as ease that a global launch is indeed happening.
An XDA-developers forum member took dissected the MIUI camera app and found mentions of Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro. The watermarks correspond to three different variants of the K20 Pro - raphael, raphael_global and raphaelin. As you've probably guessed, raphael stands for the Chinese model, raphaelin corresponds to the Indian K20 Pro while the raphael_global is the still unannounced global version - Mi 9T Pro.
These codenames aren't new to the Android world as they were spotted some time ago, but now we know what they mean.
my friend Mi9 SE starts from 295,67 euros including VAT. And Mi9 cost 408 euros including VAT and only 64GB version is available blue or black color.