The world’s second-largest smartphone vendor last quarter has just introduced a trio of smartphones globally.
Redmi 10 with 50MP cam priced from P7,590. See unboxing hereView Post
It used to be just a rumor. Now, Xiaomi has finally confirmed that it’s updating its 11 Lite family, and the series — believed to include the Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE and Xiaomi 11 Lite NE — will be announced at its September 15 global event.
A new Redmi model is about to go official in the Philippines soon, a day before Xiaomi’s global product launch that devices such as the Xiaomi 11T, Xiaomi 11T Pro, and Xiaomi Pad 5 are expected to be announced.
Antutu Benchmark has posted the latest global rankings of the best-performing midrange and flagship Android phones on its platform.
The world’s second-largest smartphone vendor has reached another milestone in a sector it has yet to make a mark in.
Xiaomi has another Redmi phone in its lineup for the Philippine market. But no, it’s an entirely new device.
Many of the handsets launched by major manufacturers these days are 5G-ready — with the cost of owning one getting lower and lower.
Xiaomi Corporation, a consumer electronics and smart manufacturing company with smartphones and smart hardware connected by an Internet of Things platform at its core, announced its unaudited consolidated results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2021.
“No Mi without you?” Well, make it “no more Mi with or without you.”
Heads-up, Xiaomi fans. In an alert it sent to members of the media, the company has revealed that it will hold a global event at 8 p.m. on September 15 (Philippine time) — and we’re guessing it could be the launch of the 5G-ready Xiaomi Mi 11T and Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro.
We previously wrote about the Redmi Note 10S getting another variant, one sporting a new bold purple back cover embellished with a 3D effect and a glittery finish.
If the Nubia RedMagic 6 gaming phone and Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G ruled the global Antutu charts in June 2021, which models made it to the latest best-performing Android smartphone rankings?
We already wrote about Xiaomi‘s next smartphone in this article: Redmi 10 design, specs, price leaked by retailer. But today, the world’s No. 1 smartphone vendor in June 2021 has finally confirmed its existence.
Xiaomi has gone a long way since it launched the Mi1 10 years ago. Today, the company is right up there at the top, just behind Korea’s Samsung, with plans of becoming No. 1 in three years.
The Redmi Note 10 series is undoubtedly one of Xiaomi‘s most popular smartphone lineup this year, but that might soon change with the launch of the Redmi 10 for the international market.
Canalys’ latest quarterly report on the Philippine smartphone market is in, and we’re basically seeing the same players in the April to June 2021 ranking.
This just in: For the first time ever, Xiaomi has made it to the top of the monthly smartphone rankings.
While awaiting Antutu Benchmark‘s latest global rankings, we’re sharing with you its newly published list of best-performing Android flagship and midrange phones released in China. Many of the devices are available on the international market, after all.
Xiaomi CEO and founder Lei Jun is set to give his annual speech August 10, a day before the Samsung event and two days prior to Honor’s. And it’s something to watch for.