Two of the premium models in the Xiaomi phone series that’s meant to “power your creativity” are official in the Philippines.
Two days after releasing the September lists of best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones available in China, Antutu Benchmark has shared the global rankings.
Close to two weeks into October, and we finally have Antutu Benchmark’s September list of best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones that were released in China.
In what looks like its preparation for the October 15 launch of the Xiaomi Mi 10T series, Xiaomi Philippines has dropped the price of the upcoming phones’ predecessor.
You’ll recall that Xiaomi announced the Mi 10T series late last month. And as you might know, the company’s local unit promised to announced the Mi 10T’s pricing and availability in the Philippines at a later time.
Xiaomi Philippines’ most affordable Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 phone yet has become even cheaper — at least online.
Around five months since Xiaomi‘s Redmi Note 9 series was launched in the Philippines, the lineup is finally getting a permanent markdown. Most of the variants, anyway.
Xiaomi‘s stable of smartphones just got bigger. The company has launched what it calls “a triple threat of power and creativity” globally. Even better? The trio will be available in the Philippines, too, as confirmed by its local unit.
The upside of a competitive smartphone market is the increased number of choices we get. At this point, brands offer slight variations at slightly different price points, giving you a different experience with just a few hundred or thousands of pesos. It’s a matter of knowing what it is you can afford and what it is you need. We’re rife …
Earlier this month, Xiaomi announced that it will launch an affordable 5G phone — believed to be the Mi 10T Lite — soon. Rumors surfaced that the company will also introduce the Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro alongside the Mi 10T Lite.