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Redmi 10 Prime Launched in India with 90Hz Display, 6,000mAh Battery and More

Redmi 10 Prime Launched in India with 90Hz Display, 6,000mAh Battery and More

Redmi has finally launched the Redmi 10 Prime in India. The latest from Redmi is powered by Helio G88 and is backed by a 6,000mAh battery. Global VP of Xiaomi  Manu Jain recently teased Redmi 10 Prime.

Redmi Note 10 Prime Teaser Confirms 6,000 mAh Battery with Reverse Charging Support

Redmi Note 10 Prime Teaser Confirms 6,000 mAh Battery with Reverse Charging Support

Redmi has already confirmed that it is launching Redmi 10 Prime on September 3rd in India. Smartphone manufacturers keep on teasing features until the launch to keep the interest alive. Keeping up with the trend Global VP of Xiaomi, Manu Kumar Jain, has teased the battery details for the device. Last time around, he had teased the processor details for Redmi 10 Prime.

Redmi 10 Launched with 50MP Camera, Helio G88 and 5000mAh Battery

Redmi 10 Launched with 50MP Camera, Helio G88 and 5000mAh Battery

Redmi has finally pulled the wraps from Redmi 10. The latest smartphone from Redmi has debuted in Malaysia and will soon be available in other markets. The Redmi 10 touts features like 50MP primary sensor, 5000mAh battery, and much more.

Developers Manage to Run the Latest Windows 11 on Xiaomi Mi 8

Developers Manage to Run the Latest Windows 11 on Xiaomi Mi 8

Last week Microsoft announced the Windows 11 Insider Preview for developers. The early preview offers a glimpse at the latest Windows operating system. The Windows 11 looks slick and seems to be inspired by macOS to some extent. Some developers have gotten hold of Windows 11 ARM 64 and successfully flashed it on Xiaomi Mi 8.

Xiaomi Users Facing Touchscreen Issues on Recently Purchased Devices

Xiaomi Users Facing Touchscreen Issues on Recently Purchased Devices

Several Xiaomi owners are complaining about touch screen issues on their new devices. A Reddit thread that was created two months ago is full of complainsts from Xiaomi owners. Interestingly the touchscreen issue is present on multiple Xiaomi models.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Launched with 90Hz Display, Snapdragon 732G

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Launched with 90Hz Display, Snapdragon 732G

Xiaomi has finally launched the Mi 11 Lite in India alongside Mi Watch Revolve Active. The Mi 11 Lite is powered by Snapdragon 732G SoC and offers a sleek form factor. Xiaomi claims the Mi 11 Lite is the thinnest smartphone of 2021.

Xiaomi Shows off 200W Fast Charging Technology Capable of Fully Charging Mi 11 Pro in 8 Minutess

Xiaomi Shows off 200W Fast Charging Technology Capable of Fully Charging Mi 11 Pro in 8 Minutess

It is no secret that companies like Xiaomi, Oppo, and others compete with each other to fast charging technology. Xiaomi has now demoed a chart-topping 200W charging tech. Putting things into perspective, it can charge a smartphone from 0-100 in 8 minutes flat.

Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G Launched with Dimensity 1100, 65W Fast Charging

Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G Launched with Dimensity 1100, 65W Fast Charging

Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi has finally launched the Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G in China. The latest from Redmi is powered by MediaTek Dimensity SoC and boasts up to 67W fast charging.

Redmi Note 8 2021 Camera, Display and Chipset Details Officially Revealed

Redmi Note 8 2021 Camera, Display and Chipset Details Officially Revealed

Xiaomi’s sister brand Redmi is all set to commemorate the sale of 25 million units by launching the Redmi Note 8 2021. The latest Redmi will feature a waterdrop notch and a 6.3-inch display. Redmi recently teased the device and revealed some interesting design aspects.

Xiaomi Is Reportedly Working on Foldable Smartphone with 90Hz Display, Under-display Camera

Xiaomi Is Reportedly Working on Foldable Smartphone with 90Hz Display, Under-display Camera

Xiaomi is working on multiple flagship devices. The upcoming devices are codenamed K8 and J18, and one of the devices is expected to feature an in-display camera. Popular tipster Digital Chat Station has revealed new specifications about both the devices on the Chinese site Weibo.