Qualcomm’s next-flagship chipset is not called Snapdragon 765, as many expected; it’s Snapdragon 888, representing a number considered lucky in China.
Two days after the global launch of the POCO M3, Xiaomi‘s Redmi announced the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G, Redmi Note 9 5G, and Redmi Note 9 4G for the Chinese market. Will any of the new Notes ever be released in countries like the Philippines?
Earlier this month, we at Revü shared an exclusive on research firm Canalys’ latest quarterly findings on the Philippine smartphone market, where we saw Realme took the top spot in the third quarter of 2020.
Alongside the POCO M3‘s global debut, Xiaomi has launched the POCO’s latest smartphone offering in the Philippines — and at attractive prices, too.
So how much do you think is the smartphone that Xiaomi‘s POCO is launching globally tomorrow, November 24? We might not have to wait till then to get the price of its different versions.
The POCO M3 will launch globally November 24. In fact, the upcoming budget phone from the former Xiaomi sub-brand is already listed at Xiaomi’s official brand store on Lazada Philippines, as we previously reported.
Now, this POCO surely has a different design, unlike any other we’ve seen in current smartphones.
Redmi’s official account on Chinese social platform Weibo has shared a market-research firm’s report on the bestselling smartphones in the first half of 2020. This, as it announced earlier that worldwide sales of the Redmi Note series exceeded 1.4 billion units, seemingly a buildup to the Redmi Note 9 lineup’s upcoming launch in China.
So there is indeed a global launch come November 24th, just as we reported a few days ago. But instead of a Redmi event, it’s that of its sister Xiaomi sub-brand.
Xiaomi will reportedly unveil something “big” later this month — November 24, to be exact. We believe the device in question is the rumored Redmi 10 or Redmi Note 10 4G, as we detailed in the article Likely Redmi Note 10 spotted complete with specs, images.