Top 7 Trending Smartphones This Week: Redmi K20, Realme X, Zenfone 6, Mi A3, OnePlus 7 Pro, Redmi Note 7S, Pixel 3A
The much-awaited flagships have finally landed, and now we have OnePlus 7 Pro available in India. The already launched Realme X and Asus Zenfone 6 will soon be landing here. The first Redmi flagship, Redmi K20 has also been confirmed for India.
Xiaomi also unveiled the third Redmi Note 7 smartphone in the country, Redmi Note 7S.
Realme 3 Pro has also been trending after it was launched in China alongside Realme X. The device is also the cheapest device currently to receive the first Android Q beta program support. Xiaomi will also be unveiling Mi A3 after Redmi K20, maybe sometime later in June.
Let’s check out the top trending smartphones from this week.
Xiaomi is all set to unveil its first flagship under Redmi in the country. All set to take on the OnePlus 7 series, the upcoming Redmi K20 will come with the latest Snapdragon 855, three rear cameras at the back, notch-less display, in-display fingerprint sensor and a pop-up selfie camera technology to offer a full screen display. The device will run on the latest Android Q beta version, a huge battery and special gaming features to offer the best of smartphone gaming experience.
Asus Zenfone 6
Asus unveiled its much awaited flagship last week, the Zenfone 6. The much-hyped smartphone came with a unique technology to offer a full screen display, a flipping camera. Asus Zenfone 6 packs in a flipping dual camera, which doubles as a front and rear camera. It comes with the latest Snapdragon 855, a notch-less display, a flipping camera comprising the best 48MP sensor, Sony IMX 586 sensor. The smartphone will launch in India within a few weeks.
OnePlus 7 Pro
OnePlus 7 Pro went on sale today in the country. The new OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone launched in India last week starting at Rs 48,999. OnePlus 7 Pro comes with the best display ever on a smartphone, according to DisplayMate along with HDR10+ certification and a refresh rate upto 90Hz. The smartphone comes with the latest Snapdragon 855, rear triple camera set-up, notch-less display with an in-display fingerprint sensor and a pop-up selfie camera technology.
Redmi Note 7S
Xiaomi unveiled a new smartphone in the country, a new Redmi Note 7 device. The new Redmi smartphone is a remodelled Chinese Redmi Note 7. The new device comes with a 48MP main sensor, currently the cheapest 48MP camera smartphone in India. Redmi Note 7S and Redmi Note 7 shares the same set of features except for the rear camera configuration. The new Redmi Note 7S comes with a 48MP + 5MP dual camera setup, but with the Samsung GM1 sensor, and not the Sony IMX 586 48MP sensor as Redmi Note 7 Pro. The smartphone starts at Rs 10,999 in the country.
Xiaomi Mi A3
Xiaomi will be launching a new Snapdragon 730 smartphone soon in India, expected to be the third generation Mi A series smartphone. The upcoming Mi A3 will be highly inspired by Mi 9 SE device, featuring the latest of specs with a glass sandwich body, rear triple cameras and an in-display fingerprint sensor. It’s going to be an Android One smartphone, which means you can enjoy Pixel-like experience with guaranteed two Android version upgrades.
Realme launches its very first notch-less flagship in China last week. The smartphone runs on the same Snapdragon 710 chip as Realme 3 Pro. The device features a full-screen notchless AMOLED display, an in-display fingerprint sensor, a pop-up selfie sensor and dual cameras at the back with the 48MP Sony IMX 586 as primary sensor. Realme X will be launching in India soon, expected to start at around Rs 18,000 rupees.
The nearly launched Pixel 3A device has been making news since the launch. The first mid-range smartphone from Google was unveiled in India starting at Rs 39,999. The device has been back in the trending since several Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL users have reported that their new Pixel smartphones have started shutting down mysteriously. According to the report, the latest Pixel 3A device are switching off when the device is not in active use. The company is yet to officially comment on the issue.