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Xiaomi showcases Redmi K20 Pro pop-up lens camera by opening a beer bottle

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Redmi k20 Pro Pop Up Lens Camera

Anything that is mechanized is bound to break down more easily, so it is not surprising that some users doubt the durability of the Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro pop-up front camera. But now Xiaomi's official account has come up with a new video on Social Media that showcases the Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro front camera pop-up lens is capable of opening a beer bottle.

https://twitter.com/miuirom/status/1146708052139110400

Surely it would be the last use you would give your mobile, but of course at a time of high, those of coming up, we could perfectly use mobile of more than 400 euros in its most expensive variant to open a bottle of beer.

No doubt it is a most grotesque situation, but it has run like wildfire on the Internet. Of course, if you have a Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro, the last thing you should try to do with it is precisely that, to open a beer, that's why there are the ideal tools for this.

The most normal thing, no matter how resistant the camera, is that on the third or fourth attempt, you end up bending some area of ​​its mechanism. And if that does not happen, the least that can happen is that the lens of the front camera is completely scratched. The company did give a warning saying "The action is dangerous, do not imitate." which definitely means that it would surely damage the phone.

Although Xiaomi itself confirmed that the mechanism of the front camera had been tested to ensure its durability in more than 300,000 occasions, we doubt that the firm would have thought about this type of use for its device.

Therefore, we advise against using Redmi K20 Pro - and definitely any other mobile phone - to open bottles, although some YouTubers like JerryRigEverything have shown in their videos that the Chinese phone is really resistant in any situation.

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