48MP camera, SD660 and an affordable price tag
As promised and teased earlier, Xiaomi-s CEO, Lei Jun, has now officially unveiled the Redmi Note 7, the first smartphone that will be a part of the Redmi as a sub-brand, have 48-megapixel rear camera, and Snapdragon 660 SoC, all with rather impressive CNY999 ($150) price tag.
While Apple sees sales slump
Huawei and Xiaomi have estimated their smartphone shipments for 2019 to surge over 20 percent compared to this year.
Thinks UK is cool for some reason
Xiaomi, the world’s fourth ranked smartphone maker, entered Britain with the international debut of its flagship Mi 8 Pro.
On December 8th
Xiaomi has announced a big US event calling it the "biggest party yet" and although there are no hints on what to expect at the event, there are rumors that the company will try its luck in the US.
93.4-percent screen-to-body ratio, no notch, and slide out camera
After endless leaks and rumors, Xiaomi has officially unveiled its newest flagship smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, featuring unprecedented screen-to-body ratio without the dreaded notch and including Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC, and hidden slide out front cameras.
Successor gets 10GB of RAM and AMOLED screen
As teased earlier by Xiaomi, the company has now unveiled the successor, or rather updated version of its Black Shark gaming smartphone, the Black Shark Helo.
With 5G support and 10GB of RAM
Xioami has now released an official teaser that shows that the Mi Mix 3 will be coming on October 25th, with all the bells and whistles, including the sliding camera mechanism, 5G support, 10GB of RAM, dedicated Xiao AI button, and an all new face unlock feature.
Slide the phone
Xiaomi is not leaving the competitors to ride the trends as it plans to launch its Mi MIX 3 camera sliding phones in October. The global spokesperson even showed the official picture and confirmed the October date.