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Started by vivek Chauhan

Redmi K20 is literally very overpriced for specs! For 22000 we get 6+64 which is a lot less storage!

64gb isn't enough in this new generation of tech, a minimum of 128gb should be starting Variant...every indian usually expects a mid range phone from xiaomi if they price at 22k we atleast need a long lasting phone with bigger storage even if they planned for 64 @22 they should have given memory card slot atleast bcz Indian's always demand more, with such a good cam storage will be more importance! 

Not everything can be done to cloud we need offline access many time were net isn't there, also there are privacy issue with cloud...even ADs are there even after a tweet that it won't show ads ... people are experiencing ads! Premium phone with annoying ad isn't acceptable.

Chinese Pricing is around Rs.19,990.....

and Redmi is known for releasing phones in India at cheaper rates....And previous year their poco left everyone stunned with the price to specs! Xiaomi is known for it's pricing where it gives unbelievable features at extreme low prices...they gave hope to us & created the hype...we waited so long!

But now they are selling the device for Rs.22,000 for 6+64, it may have a better cam than others & a faster processor but is it really worth that pricing with ads & no memory card...also don't know about NFC support!

I demand to decrease the pricing of redmi k20 not by much but a mere 2000rs. 

Make Redmi k20 base variant for 20k Rs for 6+64 & 22k for 6+128gb... this is least you can do to make the indian indian customer happy! This time you don't stand out for xiaomi name, overpriced the phone's. 

Cut down price's of k20 device to 20k , all those in favour sign this petition & share to everyone possible so that authorities may hear our voices atleast, we have waited 6  month's from the leaks, to launch in china. So we can wait a month or two more, we still have hope to get what we expected by signing this petition!

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