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Xiaomi spin-off brand Poco has launched its successor to last year's head-turning Poco F1.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi his hoping to see off still competition in the mobile phone industry by investing $7.18 billion in artificial intelligence and fifth-generation internet technologies over the next five years.
Minor changes and with Google services
Xiaomi has announced the Mi Note 10, which will be nothing but the previously announced Mi CC9 Pro, but for markets outside of China, with only slight changes in the price as well as having Google services included.
Looks the same, lasts long and costs only $185
Xiaomi, which competes with Apple for the top position in the wearable market, today made the competition a little more interesting. The Chinese electronics giant has launched its first smartwatch called the Mi Watch that looks strikingly similar to the Apple Watch in its home market.
Takes the DxOMark camera throne
Xiaomi has officially unveiled its new Mi CC9 Pro smartphone, a mid-range smartphone with Snapdragon 730G SoC, and one that comes with no less than five cameras on its back.
Was not on the original list
Xiaomi's company executive has now confirmed that Pocophone F1 will be getting the new MIUI 11, although it was not on the original list.
Same 6.39-inch OLED panel, same camera but plenty of upgrades
In addition to the concept Mi Mix Alpha smartphone, Xiaomi also unveiled its newest flagship smartphone, the Mi 9 Pro. To be available in 4G and 5G versions, the Mi 9 Pro brings a couple of upgrades to the well-known Mi 9 smartphone, but keeps the same display and the same camera modules.
Stunning concept phone with "surround display"
Xiaomi has just unveiled its new Mi Mix Alpha 5G concept phone which is not a foldable screen phone but rather comes with a wrap-around screen for 180.6 percent screen-to-body ratio, titanium alloy frame, 108-megapixel camera module, and Snapdragon 855+ SoC.
720p OLED screen, 48MP camera, and €250 price tag
As promised, Xiaomi has now officially launched its Mi A3 entry-level smartphone which cuts some corners compared to previous generations but comes with a decent camera and affordable €250 price tag.
Pure Android experience
Tomorrow July 17th at 1 PM Central European Time, Xiaomi Spain will sell the Xiaomi A3 phone. A few recent leaks revealed that the phone comes with an updated Snapdragon 665 chipset and Spanish customers will be able to pick it up without a shipping fee for the first 24 hours.