I am planning to buy Redmi K20 in India. My question is, will this phone support other countries frequencies (signals) as well ? (like 4G, LTE). Especially in USA. Please advise. I have seen may times that Redmi releases Global and country specific models.
Everyone let me ask an question. Did the Microphone of K20 Phone BAD?
I intend to buy this one to use. Hope Everyone answer my question soon. THANKS EVERYONE!!
Raunak, 19 Jul 2019My sincere request to all new cellphone buyers is that, if you are looking for some good cellp... moreBought a Pocophone F1 (300€) almost a year ago. It has resisted rain, a few drops on wood and concrete and still works like a charm. (I also never really used a case.) Also, why did you need to go to a service center to update your phone? And why are you posting this twice?
Caution online buyers: Mi is delivering defective products which you have to send back yourself incurring heavy cost.Mass scam coming beware so ask from Mi in written before purchaseThat After delivery if the product isdefective will they arrange pickup or you have to send it
I had a Xiaomi mi max 3 and I was frustrated: a lot of advertising and a lot of conflictuel problems between Xiaomi applications and google's one....🤪
Does this phone has the same problems ...? Can I fix them 🤔
Renvar, 21 Jul 2019Can I get the K20 pro by COD?YES, COD is available.
Does this have dual band GPS (L1+L5) or not? as lots of website are claiming it does but there is no proof of dual band GPS working anywhere so far ???
Raunak, 19 Jul 2019My suggestion is that if you are buying a cellphone above INR 15000, better select it from Nok... moreNokia and Motorolla are shit companies Samsung is still somewhat good. And someone's phond got damaged due to rain its their fault mi never gave them the ip rating for being waterproof or anything and as per repair every company charges huge amount of repair cost for their smartphones just google and brands name and you will know
Null , 17 Jul 2019If I buy this phone from india will it work in Ireland, does it come with an indian rom or are... moreit might if the network bands match
and if you buy seperate sim card for your new phone in ireland :)
My suggestion is that if you are buying a cellphone above INR 15000, better select it from Nokia, Samsung or Motorola and avoid buying anything from MI, Oppo or Vivo.
I recently went to MI store to get my phone software updated, and I saw that 8 out of 10 people had only visited as their phone got damaged in rain, and the only reply they got was to repair the handset without warranty, cost equivalent to half the price of the phone.
I too carry my phone in rain but I have brought a special pouch to protect it, so my phone never gets wet.
I know that MI is the number one brand in the country but trust me, there are good alternatives available to it.
Secondly, if you are buying an expensive phone, you too would want it to function for a longer period of time.
I am not saying that all Chinese phones are faulty and all conventional brand phones are good, but probability of a faulty phone in Nokia, Samsung or Motorola will be less than that of Chinese brands.
And if you still want to buy expensive phones from Chinese brands, better not use them roughly and treat them with fragility.
I also have Redmi 6 64GB, I have a screenguard for it, rear cover skin, back cover and a pouch to keep it in. Although I play games and watch videos, but I do it moderately, and avoid overcharging of my device.
Rest is all your choice.
My sincere request to all new cellphone buyers is that, if you are looking for some good cellphone between range INR 12000 plus, better go for brands like Nokia, Samsung or Motorola, and avoid these Chinese brands like MI, Oppo, Huawei or Vivo.
The reason behind this is, I just had a visit to MI service center to get my phone software updated, and 8 out of 10 people were only complaining about cellphone malfunction due to rainwater, and the service center people were suggesting them repairs worth half price of the phone.
Secondly, if you are investing that much hard earned money of yours, you too would want a phone having durability, to be used over longer period of time.
I have Samsung Galaxy J2 2015, its even working now, but as it had 1GB RAM and 8GB internal its too less for me.
I know that MI is the number one brand in Indian market as of now, but trust me, in this price range of INR 15000 to 25000, you have various other better options from conventional brands, and if you ask me, make it an iron rule to buy from Nokia, Samsung or Motorola only.
I am not saying that all Chinese brands are bad, and all will run faultly, and all conventional brands are good and will function normally, but better to select from