As revealed earlier, Xiaomi today launched the Mi A2 in India. The handset is the successor to the Mi A1, the first Android One handset from Xiaomi launched in association with Google last year.
Xiaomi today unveiled the Mi Mix 3, its latest phablet featuring a massive 6.9-inch 18:9 display. The FHD+ resolution screen is protected by 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass with 1500:1 contrast ratio and 84 percent NTSC color gamut.
Last year, Xiaomi surprised everyone by partnering with Google on an Android One handset: the Mi A1. A year later, the company has now revealed the date for when it plans on launching the Mi A2 — the successor to the Mi A1.
Xiaomi has been launching new smartphones after almost every few weeks and the company is continuing this trend with the unveiling of the Redmi 6 Pro and the Mi Pad 4. The former is the company’s new mid-range handset in the Redmi series, while the latter is an 8-inch tablet.
Xiaomi has recently been on a roll launching new smartphones almost every month. Today, in Chian, the company unveiled the successor to the Redmi 5 from last year, the Redmi 6.
Alongside the Redmi Y2, Xiaomi also unveiled the global version of MIUI 10. The update focuses on four key aspects: speed, design, sounds, and portrait mode.
Xiaomi today unveiled the Redmi Y2 in India — the successor to the Redmi Y1 from last year. The phone focuses primarily on its selfie camera at the front which is powered by AI as well.
Xiaomi today unveiled the Mi 8, its latest budget flagship, at an event in Shenzen, China. After skipping the Mi 7 last year, the Mi 8 is Xiaomi’s flagship handset for 2018 and it has been launched on the occasion of the company’s eighth anniversary.
Xiaomi today announced that it will be unveiling the Mi 8 in China on May 31 at an event in Shenzen, China. The handset will be released on the occasion of the eighth anniversary of the company and will be the successor to the Mi 6 which was released in 2016.
Xiaomi today unveiled another new Redmi smartphone in China: the Redmi S2. The handset sets a new benchmark for what a budget smartphone should offer with its specs and dual-camera setup.