Xiaomi announces a custom gamepad for Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro in China

Xiaomi Gamepad Redmi K20 Series - Feature Image

Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi has announced its new product in China today. At the China Joy Expo, which is the country’s largest gaming and digital entertainment exhibition. Xiaomi official Weibo account stated earlier about the participation at the event. The gamepad for new phones – Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro, have been announced on stage at this Expo in China. Let’s talk about the gamepad and its features below.

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Xiaomi Gamepad Features

The company official has shared a poster on Weibo announcing the custom gaming pad which is quite identical to the Gamepad announced by Black Shark. The controller can be attached on the left side of the Redmi K20 or Redmi K20 Pro, when in landscape mode. There is a joystick, some configurable buttons, LT and LB gaming shoulder buttons. There is a Bluetooth indicator, Bluetooth 4.2, and 340mAh battery. 

The new Redmi K20 series offers high-end gaming performance. If you have been living under the rock, Xiaomi had announced this phone in India after it got first released in China. Offering gaming dedicated features on its handset, the brand has extended the help to mobile gamers by launching a dedicated game pad.

Redmi-K20-series-gamepad

Xiaomi Gamepad Price

The Xiaomi Gamepad for Redmi K20 series is likely to on sale from August 3 in China. The poster on Weibo suggests pricing of Rs 1800 approximately, which is 179 Yuan. But if you are a Redmi K20 or Redmi K20 Pro user you’d be able to buy it for just 99 Yuan, which is Rs 999 approximately.

What do you guys think of this gamepad? Should Xiaomi launch this in India since both the phones are available in the country now? Let us know in the comment section below.

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