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.
In case you missed the announcement, we didn’t see a Pro variant launch alongside the Xiaomi Mi 11 that debuted in China a couple of days ago. And it might be a while before we get our hands on the more premium model in the lineup, if the recent rumblings are true.
Xiaomi just took the wraps off the Mi 11 in China, debuting the successor to its successful Mi 10 lineup. Unfortunately, we didn’t see a Pro variant during the launch’s keynote, but considering everything the latest Mi flagship has to offer, including a sizable quad-curved 2K screen and cutting-edge internals, we doubt anyone was seriously disappointed especially given the local …
Remember when Apple launched the iPhone 12 series without a charger in the box, and then a lot of rival companies mocked the U.S. tech giant online? One of those companies happened to be Xiaomi, which recently confirmed it would follow Apple‘s footsteps with its upcoming flagship smartphone. Just as we predicted two months ago.
Ready for another smartphone launch before the year ends? A day before Vivo makes its X60 series phones official, Xiaomi is going to launch its new flagship models, too.
League of Legends: Wild Rift is undoubtedly one of the most popular mobile games today, despite still in its open beta or pilot stage. It performs incredibly well and runs at a rock-solid 60 fps on many midrange devices we’ve tested. Unfortunately, the visuals can’t get any smoother than 60 fps at the moment. Or so we thought.
Antutu Benchmark’s latest global rankings of the best-performing flagship and midrange Android phones have more of the same players as in the past couple of months.
Though there’s no official confirmation yet, the Xiaomi Mi 11 series — which will reportedly include at least the regular Mi 11 as well as the Mi 11 Pro — is rumored to launch later this month.
Xiaomi has always prided itself in offering “amazing products with honest prices to let everyone in the world enjoy a better life through innovative technology.”