Xiaomi has launched yet another Redmi Note series smartphone, the Redmi Note 9, in India. The Chinese firm has now completed the launch of the Redmi Note 9 series trilogy in the Indian market. Earlier, Xiaomi had launched the Redmi Note 9 Pro and the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max in the country.
Xiaomi stunned the whole world when it unveiled the Mi MIX in 2016, featuring a bezel-less screen and a bone-conducting speaker. In the succeeding years, the company refined the Mi MIX concept and released three revisions. Last year, it unveiled the Mi MIX Alpha, its first significant new smartphone design, featuring a wraparound display. Now, a new patent from Xiaomi has leaked, showcasing a bonkers smartphone with a completely wraparound display.
Mi 10 Pro+ Is the Upcoming Flagship Phone from Xiaomi, Features 12x Optical Zoom, 120Hz Display, 65W Charging
Xiaomi had launched its flagship lineup of smartphones, the Mi 10, earlier this year. This lineup has two smartphones, the Mi 10 and the Mi 10 Pro. The top of the line version in the lineup, the Mi 10 Pro, comes with all the bells and whistles that you would expect from a high-end flagship smartphone. However, not it turns out that there is going to be an even higher specced version of the Mi 10 Pro, dubbed, the Mi 10 Pro+.
Xiaomi Launches Redmi 9 with Helio G80 Processor, 5020mAh Battery: Price, Release Date, Specifications
Months after launching the Redmi Note 9 Pro and the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, Xiaomi has launched the Redmi 9. The new entry-level smartphone features a big screen, a quad-camera setup, a fast processor, and a high-capacity battery. These are all the things people want in their next smartphone. Let us have a look at the phone’s pricing, release date, and specifications.
Xiaomi is among the world’s top smartphone brands, and in fact, it is the number one smartphone brand in various countries like India and Spain. The company makes some excellent value-for-money smartphones with not only great hardware but also excellent software features. If you wish to record calls on your Xiaomi smartphone, you can do so (except in some countries where it’s illegal to record calls without consent – you can read about them in this Wikipedia article) quite easily.
Xiaomi is rolling out a new software updated to its first TV that was launched in India, the Mi TV 4 55-inch. The new firmware brings with it the PatchWall 3.0 UI and more video content providers. The TV never received the Android TV update, unlike other models in the series, so this new software update brings some joy to Mi TV 4 55-inch users.
Xiaomi is well known for its mid-range Redmi series. The Chinese company has now pulled the wraps from Redmi Note 9 and Mi Note 10. Both the devices offer a bang for the bucks and are priced very aggressively.
Xiaomi is testing a super-fast 40W charging system. The company has put up a teaser video that shows off 40W wireless charging. Xiaomi times the device charging and shows how snappy the charging process is.
Xiaomi has pulled the wraps from Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. The new devices from Xiaomi come armed with a quad-camera setup and are powered by Snapdragon 865. The 108MP camera is definitely the highlight and the Mi 10/Mi 10 Pro is the first Xiaomi device to feature punch-hole display for the selfie camera.