Xiaomi‘s POCO brand has promised to #PowerUpYourFun with the global launch of what it claims is “the best-performing smartphone in its class for immersive entertainment.”
It may have entered the Philippine market just in November 2018, but it has already made a mark in the smartphone category.
More details of Xiaomi‘s next POCO phone have cropped up ahead of the device’s global launch on November 9.
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While we think synthetic tests shouldn’t be your basis when purchasing a smartphone, we still consult them from time to time to give us an idea of how a certain handset performs.
Redmi‘s new Note series phones have debuted in China, with the Pro models launching as the world’s first smartphones to use MediaTek’s Dimensity 920 chip.
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Another set of Redmi phones is about to debut soon — with one of them speculated to be launching globally as a tweaked POCO M4 Pro 5G.
Xiaomi‘s new global models are coming to the Philippines, the company’s latest post suggests.
One of the market-research firms has released its global Preliminary Smartphone Market Pulse report for the third quarter of 2021.
Our review of the POCO M3 Pro 5G remains to be the most-read story at Revü this year so far. So we’re not going to lie; we’re excited to see what the phone’s successor might be.
As expected, Xiaomi‘s gaming brand today announced the successors to the Black Shark 4 and Black Shark 4 Pro gaming phones.
Antutu Benchmark’s latest global rankings of the best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones are finally up.
There’s a new POCO phone that’s targeted at the budget market.
Though the Redmi 10 has already made its global debut, Xiaomi apparently isn’t done with the Redmi 9 series yet.
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Alongside the Xiaomi Mi TV P1 series (our unboxing of the TV is up), the company has formally launched the Xiaomi Pad 5 in the Philippines, adding yet another compelling Android device to its 2021 offerings.
Xiaomi‘s September 23 event in Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand is expected to make the 11T series phones (and perhaps the Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE) official. But the one in the Philippines seems to be for a different set of products.
Xiaomi returns to the global tablet space with a unit that it recently launched in China.