Xiaomi has launched a couple of new additions to the Mi 11 family, including the camera-centric powerhouse Mi 11 Ultra and trendy-looking Mi 11 Lite, which is available in 4G and 5G versions.
As if Xiaomi hasn’t impressed us enough with its latest product releases, here it is again with what it calls a mega launch. One of the devices it announced globally today, March 29, is the world’s first Qualcomm Snapdragon 780G phone.
Xiaomi‘s latest flagship is here, and besides being one of the most leaked smartphones this year, it is arguably the most impressive commercial device the Chinese manufacturer has ever produced, at least from an imaging standpoint. Meet the big and bold — and very camera-centric — Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra.
Xiaomi seems to be ending the first quarter of 2021 with a bang — a deafeningly loud one at that. The company has scheduled what it calls a “mega launch” March 29 in both the Chinese and global markets, with as many as 16 products speculated to be announced, including the Mi Band 6, Mi Notebook Pro, and Mi Router.
Just a day after the Snapdragon 800 series-powered POCO F3 5G and POCO X3 Pro smartphones’ global launch, Xiaomi‘s gaming-focused brand announced two new handsets built around the latest and all-powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and Snapdragon 870 chipsets.
As expected, POCO today unveiled two new smartphones, or “co-flagships,” if you ask the former Xiaomi sub-brand. We already published the local pricing and availability of the POCO F3 in a separate article. And so, now, it’s the POCO X3 Pro‘s turn under the spotlight.
We haven’t heard from POCO in a while. But after a rather dormant 2020, the former Xiaomi sub-brand has opened the year with a couple of big smartphone releases, both incredibly affordable for their specs and both promising uncompromised performance.
So it looks like there is indeed at least one more POCO phone that’s launching alongside the POCO X3 Pro, as we suspected here, when we spotted a listing in the Philippines that says, “POCO new products.”
So it looks like the POCO X3 Pro that’s launching in India March 30 is also the phone that will become official globally this Monday, March 22. It has been spotted at Xiaomi‘s official store on Shopee Vietnam — complete with design renders, specs, and price.
A week after the Redmi Note 10 and Redmi Note 10 Pro were launched in the Philippines, Xiaomi has dropped the prices of two Redmi Note 9 series models.