After launching a bunch of Redmi devices over the last one year in India and meeting ravishing success with them, Xiaomi is making a comeback in the upper mid-range premium smartphone market in the country with the release of the Mi Mix 2. The Mix 2 is the costliest handset to date from Xiaomi to be released in India.
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Xiaomi’s first Android One handset, the Mi A1, went on sale in India today. The announcement of the handset took many by surprise since Xiaomi has always promoted its own MIUI skin. Even if you remove the Android One aspect, there is no denying the fact that the Mi A1 is an impressive device.
Less than a month after launching the Lenovo K8 Note in India, Lenovo has launched another handset in the country: the K8 Plus. The handset sits below the K8 Note but offers largely the same experience as the former.
After launching the Moto G5 Plus in India a couple of months ago, Lenovo-owned Moto has gone ahead and launched the Moto G5s Plus. The company calls this a special version of the G5 Plus which comes with its own set of improvements in some key areas. The Moto G5s Plus sure is an impressive device by all means and if you are planning on buying it, make sure to check out our FAQ surrounding the device below which should help clear any doubt you have about it.
Nokia’s much-anticipated mid-range smartphone, the Nokia 6, went on sale in India last week. The handset was initially launched in China in January this year, and the HMD-owned Nokia has taken its own sweet time to bring the handset to other parts of the world.
Samsung recently unveiled the Galaxy J7 Pro in India. The J7 series has always done well for the company in India, and this year, Samsung has tried to set the handset apart from the competition by introducing Samsung Pay support to it. Usually reserved for the company’s premium mid-range and high-end flagships, the inclusion of Samsung Pay on the Galaxy J7 means that you can use your smartphone to pay for your purchases across any PoS terminal.
LG might not have had much success with the LG G6 in India or with any of its recent phones launched in India. However, the company’s recently launched mid-range handset, the LG Q6, has managed to stir quite an interest among consumers in India.
After staying out of the limelight for the greater part of the year, Lenovo today unveiled its latest budget handset: the Lenovo K8 Note. Unlike previous Lenovo handsets which usually make their debut in India after a few months of their Chinese debut, Lenovo has launched the K8 Note in India first.
Xiaomi recently launched the Mi Max 2 in India — more than a month after its Chinese debut. Despite its gargantuan size, the original Mi Max did extremely well in India so it is not surprising that Xiaomi decided to launch its successor, the Mi Mi 2 as well here.