Xiaomi today unveiled a series of new ecosystem products and 3 new Mi TVs in India to further bolster its growth and offerings in the country. Apart from smartphones, Xiaomi has been slowly bolstering its product portfolio in India by launching its various ecosystem products.
Xiaomi today unveiled its Redmi 6 series of smartphones in India. The series marks the return of Xiaomi launching smartphones in India featuring a MediaTek chipset.
5G networks are going to start rolling out in certain markets beginning in 2019, and some smartphone manufacturers are already preparing their handsets to support the next stage of wireless technology.
The Mi Mix 3, the upcoming flagship smartphone from Xiaomi, has just made its first official appearance on Twitter.
Poco, a new sub-brand from Xiaomi, unveiled its first smartphone in India: the Poco F1. The phone is aimed squarely at delivering the best performance and speed.
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.