Posts Tagged: Redmi

Xiaomi makes the Redmi Note 9 Pro and Pro Max official, packing quad cameras and huge batteries

Xiaomi’s Redmi Note line of budget-friendly phones has just gotten a pretty serious upgrade, delivering great hardware at an affordable price. As usual, these phones are geared at the price-conscious Indian market, but both of them look like some pretty great options for anyone in the market for upgrades. Redmi Note 9 Pro Max announced […]

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Pocophone X2 teaser confirms it to be a Redmi K30 rebrand

Xiaomi’s spinoff brand Poco are to announce their next phone in only a few days, but an official teaser reveals the ‘Poco X2’ to almost certainly be a rebranded Redmi K30.

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Poco Season 2 is incoming – could be rebadged Redmi K30 variant

After wowing us back in 2018 with the Poco F1 that boasted flagship specifications such as the Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB/8GB of RAM, and upwards of 64GB of built-in storage with a starting price of just $ 300/$ 329, Xiaomi’s budget brand was eerily silent during 2019. Now spun off from Xiaomi as its own brand, it […]

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Redmi K30 launched with 120hz display and cheap 5G variant, some downgrades

Following their successful Redmi K20 (Mi 9T) sub- and value-flagships earlier this year, Xiaomi’s followups have just launched featuring high-refresh displays but also some downgrades. Xiaomi‘s value-oriented brand Redmi launched their excellent debut sub-flagship and its near-identical value-flagship Redmi K20 and K20 Pro, known globally as the Xiaomi Mi 9T and 9T Pro, in only […]

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Xiaomi announces Redmi K20 Pro Premium Edition with MIUI 11 on Android 10

Xiaomi has just unveiled a slightly upgraded model of their popular value flagship Redmi K20 Pro with all the beastliest specs to debut their latest MIUI 11 software. Redmi, a recent spinoff budget sub-brand of the Chinese technology company Xiaomi, launched the debut ‘Flagship Killer 2.0’ K20 Pro and its slightly lesser sibling standard K20 […]

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Redmi Note 7 is official with a huge 48MP camera, 6.3-inch Full HD display and 4,000mAh battery

Known for producing budget-conscious handsets for Xiaomi in previous years, Redmi has officially launched its very first handset as an independent entity. The newly announced Redmi Note 7 features a metal and glass design, along with a 6.3-inch display, a massive 48MP rear camera, and a big 4,000mAh battery.  Besides being the first phone to be […]

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Meizu’s m3s goes head-to-head with Xiaomi’s Redmi 3S, even down to the low, low price

Not wanting to be left behind by OnePlus and Xiaomi, Chinese manufacturer Meizu unveiled the m3s, the company’s latest budget phone that pushes the boundaries of what “budget” means.

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Xaomi’s Redmi 3S starts at only $106 and is bound for China

Xiaomi is releasing a variant of its Redmi S phone, the Redmi 3S, for the Chinese market in June. The budget handset starts at an attractive $ 106, and its attractive price point and all-metal construction put it neck-and-neck with the competition.

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