Just a little over a month ago, Xiaomi launched the Mi 9T, the global variant of the Redmi K20, here in the Philippines. The device is a very strong contender in the upper-midrange market, yet it’s still no match for its Pro cousin.
At an event today, August 7, Xioami has finally shed light on sub-brand Redmi’s upcoming smartphone with a 64-megapixel camera. And this isn’t the only exciting news from the launch.
Redmi, a Xiaomi subsidiary that has disrupted the market with high-quality but low-cost smartphones, is scheduled to host an event August 7.
Market-research firm Counterpoint Research’s Quarterly Market Monitor Q2 2019 is out.
This particular color variant was introduced in China about two weeks ago. Starting July 31, it will be available in the Philippines.
Xiaomi today announced pricing and availability details for the Redmi 7A in the Philippines.
Fresh from the success of its participation at the Lazada Mid-year Sale, Xiaomi Philippines is now teasing a new smartphone. And it’s from the Redmi sub-brand.
Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi has entered the mobile-charging category. It finally has Redmi-branded power banks, which are set to go on sale first in China July 23.
Qualcomm has announced a more powerful version of its flagship chip.
Xiaomi has joined the pop-up camera trend, and its latest release in the Philippines, the Mi 9T — the global version of the Redmi K20 — lists a mechanical camera for selfies as one of its highlights.