Though the Redmi 9T has been out for a while, we’ve yet to hear from Xiaomi Philippines about the official release of the Redmi Note 9T 5G in the country. It’s probably coming sooner rather than later, judging from its appearance on Xiaomi’s brand stores online.
About two weeks since it became available in the Philippines, Xiaomi‘s new Redmi model can be had for P500 (roughly $10 converted) less for a limited time.
It’s official: Redmi general manager Lu Weibing confirmed on that the Redmi K40 will debut in China February 25. What we’re not sure of is if only one model — the regular variant — will be unveiled or other supposed members of the series, including the Redmi K40 Pro, will be launched, too. Some said the latter might go official …
Six days after it published last month’s list of best-performing midrange and flagship Android smartphones released in China, Antutu has revealed the global rankings.
There was a lot of hullabaloo about a statement supposedly from a Xiaomi staff stating that the company’s smartphones in China won’t be able to install Google Mobile Services should users based there decide to do so.
It’s up. Antutu Benchmark has shared on its site January 2021’s best-performing flagship and midrange Android smartphones released in China.
Xiaomi Philippines has officially launched another phone in the Redmi 9 series, with the introduction of the Redmi 9T to the local market. As it turns out, we were right about the pricing, too.
We already know that Realme is scheduled to announce the Realme X9 Pro — the OEM’s first 2021 flagship powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chipset — soon. But the X9 Pro won’t be the first phone to use MediaTek’s new 6nm chip; Xiaomi’s Redmi K40 will be.
Exactly a week ago, we reported that the Redmi 9T is headed to the Philippines with a P6,990 (around $145 converted) base price, based on a listing we saw at Xiaomi‘s official stores on Lazada and Shopee. The phone is set to launch in the country January 27 and will be available locally from January 29, according to an updated …
Just some time after Xiaomi ended 2020 and welcomed 2021 by successively launching the Mi 11, Redmi Note 9T 5G, and Redmi 9T, it receives a big blow from the United States.