Just some time after Xiaomi ended 2020 and welcomed 2021 by successively launching the Mi 11, Redmi Note 9T 5G, and Redmi 9T, it receives a big blow from the United States.
The newly announced Xiaomi Redmi 9T has been officially teased for the local market, and based on its listing on both Shopee and Lazada, the budget phone may be available sooner than later. Even better, we now know how much the Redmi 9T costs in the Philippines, as well as the configuration that will be sold here.
The mobile gaming market is claimed to register substantial growth this year and beyond, so expect to see a bunch of new gaming-focused smartphones hitting markets soon, with Xiaomi‘s Black Shark sub-brand likely to release earlier than others.
A few days after sharing the Chinese market’s rankings for December, Antutu Benchmark this time revealed the list of best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones released globally.
At its global launch event today, January 8, Xiaomi has taken the wraps off the first Redmi smartphones to go official in 2021, one of which is confirmed to arrive in the Philippines.
Xiaomi Philippines’ January to February 2021 brochure for its authorized Mi stores and kiosks has been published online, giving Xiaomi fans their first good look at what’s to come at offline Mi locations across the country. (You can see a copy of it, complete with prices, at the bottom of this article.)
As we roll out a new month (well, a new year, actually), it’s once again time to name the best-performing Android smartphones in China’s high-end and midrange segments, according to the Antutu benchmark platform.
So we’re not looking forward to just the Redmi Note 9T 5G on January 8. The long-rumored Redmi 9T is confirmed to go official on that day, too.
Xiaomi today confirmed that the Redmi Note 9T is launching internationally soon — on January 8, specifically. This development comes following its sighting on numerous certification agencies, including Thailand’s NBTC and Germany’s TÜV Rheinland.
The Xiaomi Redmi 9, one of the most value-packed smartphones to come out of 2020, is now more affordable than ever in the Philippines, thanks to a recent price cut. This makes it a more attractive and more attainable option, especially for mobile gamers looking for a budget handset that can play most modern games at decent frame rates.