This post is from my personal life experience but for all the Xiaomi fans, who want to check the quality of 48 MP camera on Redmi K20 Pro. First of all, I would like to wish you a very Happy New Year 2020. In this new year, I went to Sikkim to celebrate the 1st of January with my girlfriend and enjoyed the freaking -14 degree cold. It was the most horrible cold in my life as I am from Assam, never experienced such temperature before.
On that trip, I took my Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro for capturing all the moments. I also faced some problem with the phone because of the extreme level of cold; I will share that incident later on. First, I will show you some fantastic pictures that I have captured in the valley of North Sikkim.
My tour to North Sikkim was fantastic, and the reason you can see from the shots of K20 Pro below! I have taken pictures from various angles, in many parts of Lachung, and Katao. Sometimes, against the direction of sunlight, and sometime in the direction of sunlight. We know that the pics against the direction of sunlight is always dark and worse. So, you can differentiate in the given pics below.
Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro got many modes on its camera. The Night mode, Wide Angle, Portrait, Pro mode, and the 48 MegaPixel mode are those options. But the samples I had taken are with 48 MP camera mode for the best quality. All the examples are RAW images, without any filter. No editing, no smoothing; direct shots from the Redmi K20 Pro. Let’s take a look at it.
Camera samples of Redmi K20 Pro (RAW images)
Picture #1: Lachung
Picture #2: Yumthang Valley
Picture #3: Katao
Picture #4: Yumthang Valley
Picture #5: Yumthang Valley
Picture #6: Lachung
Picture #7: Katao
Picture #8: Katao
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