Xiaomi today announced the Redmi Note 5 in the Philippines. Expectations are high, as the sequel to the top-selling Redmi Note 4 has not only sold well in its native China, but also in India as the Redmi Note 5 Pro.
Along with the Redmi Note 5 global version, Xiaomi also announced the Mi MIX 2S in the Philippines today, May 11.
It has been a month since we exclusively reported that the global version of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 is launching in the Philippines. Today, May 11, the smartphone is finally official in the country. And for a really, really attractive price.
Google I/O time always reminds us to check the state of Android. And for the past years, we have always been disappointed by what we find out. Is this year any different?
Google is taking a different approach in 2018. The technology giant has released the beta edition of the upcoming version of Android — which puts artificial intelligence at the core of the operating system — to smartphones other than its own Pixel series devices.
Just a few days after ASUS has made its first Android Go smartphone official, Huawei gets into the limelight as well, as the Chinese manufacturer’s first device running stock Android appears on its South African site.
It looks like things are getting exciting once again for Lenovo as a smartphone brand.
Roughly two weeks ago, ASUS announced its first Android One smartphone. The ZenFone Max Pro M1 was launched in India at prices that undercut Xiaomi, aiming squarely at people who are strongly considering the latter’s popular Redmi Note 5 Pro model, otherwise known as the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 in the Philippines.