Finally! The latest Xiaomi flagship phones are official in the Philippines, more than two months after they were globally launched.
Xiaomi Philippines‘ latest product catalog already confirmed that its flagship phones are coming here.
Now, it can be said: POCO’s new smartphone is indeed coming to the Philippines, almost two years after Xiaomi announced the Pocophone F1.
OPPO phones topped Antutu’s May lists of best-performing handsets released in China. Globally, though, Xiaomi devices ruled the Android rankings.
Lazada has just wrapped up its Bounce Back Sale, called as such because it’s the online ecommerce platform’s first sale event after COVID-19-related lockdown measures have been eased in many parts of the Philippines.
We wrote about the Redmi 9 yesterday, June 5, and detailed the alleged specs and images of the phone which previously surfaced on the web. The entry-level handset — which has been listed on Xiaomi’s website, by the way — is supposed to launch anytime soon.
There’s little doubt about the existence of the Redmi 9, as the smartphone has already appeared on Xiaomi’s website.
It’s been almost two years since the launch of Xiaomi‘s Pocophone F1 in the Philippines. Today, we finally have an update from the former Xiaomi sub-brand‘s local unit.
Xiaomi is reportedly working on a device capable of up to 120x zoom, which, if accurate, would set a new record for smartphone cameras.
Antutu has just published the rankings of the best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones for the month of May. To be clear, these are for devices released in China; we’re still awaiting the global lists.