Antutu Benchmark has just released its most recent global lists of best-performing Android smartphones for the flagship and midrange categories.
The world’s first 5G gaming smartphones are official, and they seem to provide great value for money — at least on paper. Meet the Xiaomi-backed Black Shark 3 and Black Shark 3 Pro, which are co-developed with Tencent Games.
We were excited to find out that the Redmi Note 9 will debut at an online-only event on March 12. The Note series has proven itself to be a popular line, after all. In the latest Canalys report, for example, three models from the lineup made it to the global lists of bestselling smartphones.
So our guess was spot-on. The Redmi smartphone that Xiaomi global vice president and Xiaomi India managing director Manu Kumar Jain teased a month ago was the Redmi Note 9.
Only smartphones from three brands made it to the latest lists of top global handsets, both in the last quarter of 2019 and in full year 2019.
It’s like watching a game of tug of war. First, Realme flexed its muscles with an Antutu Benchmark score of 605,327. Then, Xiaomi showed us the 610,627 rating of the Mi 10 Pro. Now, it’s Black Shark’s turn.
A teaser image for the Redmi K30 Pro has revealed a couple of key details about the upcoming flagship smartphone from the Xiaomi spin-off brand.
The Xiaomi Mi 9, the Chinese company’s outgoing flagship smartphone, is now cheaper in the Philippines following a recent price cut.
Xiaomi just launched the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro during a livestreaming event today, but already, the new flagship smartphones are making waves in the industry and have garnered positive feedback on the imaging front.
Its global launch will be delayed because of the cancellation of MWC 2020 over COVID-1 or what we used to call the novel coronavirus. But today, February 13, in China, Xiaomi has debuted the Mi 10 series.