The successor to the POCO X4 series has yet to make its debut, but it might just arrive in the Philippines, perhaps sometime soon. We at Revü recently found a listing for a yet-to-be-named new POCO device on its official LazMall flagship store.
As in the past last quarters of each year, at about the time it has long-established to introduce new iPhones, Apple reclaimed the top spot in the global smartphone-vendor rankings in the fourth quarter of 2022.
POCO’s head for the Indian market previously suggested that the POCO X5 series could launch in India sometime in January or February. And now there’s more evidence that the successor to the POCO X4 Pro 5G might launch sooner rather than later.
Two of Xiaomi‘s Civi smartphones in China are on their way to the global market. Or so it seems.
Antutu has released its latest rankings of flagship, sub-premium, and midrange Android smartphones released in China that performed well on the platform.
Xiaomi‘s POCO has something new for the budget market to kick off the new year.
Xiaomi‘s sub-brand Redmi has announced its latest flagship smartphone series at an event in China, with the high-end variant featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 5G chipset under the hood and a triple-cam setup at the back with a 50-megapixel Sony IMX800 sensor — the same one used in the standard Xiaomi 13.
The hotly anticipated Redmi K60 series will debut December 27 in China, based on teasers shared by the Xiaomi sub-brand. The upcoming smartphone lineup is tipped to include the Redmi K60E, Redmi K60, and Redmi K60 Pro.
Xiaomi not only introduced the Xiaomi 13 Pro and Xiaomi 13, a new color of the Xiaomi MIX Fold 2, a router, and a bunch of wearable devices at its event in China yesterday, December 11, it also launched a product in a category that’s new for the company.
Ten days after its supposed unveiling, Xiaomi‘s latest flagship smartphone series is finally official.
We’ve seen numerous reports about the upcoming Redmi K60 series, including one that allegedly shows the retail packaging of the base model, the Redmi K60.
The ASUS ROG Phone 6, OnePlus Ace, and iQOO Z6 topped the flagship, sub-flagship, and midrange categories, respectively, in Antutu‘s October 2022 performance rankings of Android smartphones released in China. How about for the month of November?
Following months of leaks and rumors, Xiaomi will finally announce the long-awaited follow-up to its flagship series on December 1 in China. The company will also unveil its latest MIUI 14 Android overlay on the same date, alongside the Xiaomi Buds 4 TWS earbuds.
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Xiaomi today officially launched the new 12T series in the Philippines, capping the year with another set of sub-flagship smartphones that promise high-end performance and design for less money.
More than a month after confirming that its latest flagship lineup will become available in the Philippines, Xiaomi has finally revealed the series’ local launch date.
As expected, Xiaomi has launched the latest additions to its Note series — which is now in its 12th iteration — at a launch event in China.
Xiaomi will launch the latest models from its Note 12 series on October 27 in China. Three models — namely the regular Redmi Note 12, Redmi Note 12 Pro, and Redmi Note 12 Pro Plus — are expected to make their debut, but there could be more devices announced during the keynote event.
Xiaomi Philippines is about to release a new Redmi model in the budget category.
The successor to the POCO F4 5G has been supposedly spotted on the IMEI database, as initially reported by Xiaomiui. According to the report, the POCO F5 5G is code-named Mondrian and will be a rebadged variant of the Redmi K60, but for international markets.