As we already know that Xiaomi Mi 6X is landing on April 25. As stated in a new article from Weibo, the device will be publicized in a five different colors – Flame Red, Sand Gold, Cherry Pink, Glacier, Blue, and Blue. This smartphone will be in the Xiaomi’s top list to be introduced in many colors. The smartphone is speculated to be priced at 200 euros or 16,251 R.s.
The phone which is also dubbed as Xiaomi Mi A2 is expected to arrive globally with stock Android. The phone will come with a 20 million pixels cameras and Snapdragon 626 to support dual camera smoothly. The phone is very much akin to the Redmi Note 5 Pro will flaunt the precisely same 5.99 (18:9 ratio) display LCD panel.
Xiaomi Mi 6x is rumored to have an Octa-core 2.2 GHz processor, 4GB RAM/64GB or 6GB/128GB storage combination and an ordinary 2190 mAh Li-Ion battery. The actual information is still off the record till the final confirmation at the china’s event following next week.
Before the March 7 announcement date, the xiaomi Mi LED Smart TV spotted on Mi.com Online store. It’s too surprising not to see the product page, but store section displays the television on sale.
The Mi LED Smart TV 4C is the modish model from MI as first it has launched its sibling dubbed Smart TV 4 in India last month. The current TV has a smaller 45-inch display stacked up to the huge 55-inch panel. The 4C also owns 1080 pixels resolution with no HDR support while the more extensive version supports both HDR as well 4K.
The TV comes in India at the affordable price of 27,999 INR or ($429), the model is quite hot regarding the competition but not as dynamic as the bigger model which is priced at 39,999 INR or ($613). The looks or the design justifies the price of Xiaomi’s television, but its smart TV functionality is nearly the same that of the bigger model. The company has tied up with multiple service providers in India and has built the links with set-top box systems, Xiaomi is leaving no stone unturned to launch its Televisions successfully.
Xiaomi has already been launched the LED Smart TV 4 in India back this month, but due to the large demand for the item, People couldn’t avail the chance with ease, As this happens because of flash sale system or the countdown timers. Once the time went down to zero, it showed Out of stock.
Just like what occurred while buying the smart TV 4, Buyers will have to go through the exact absurd situation. Let’s see how Xiaomi, as well as the buyers, manage to deal with its next flash system.
Xiaomi is already in attention because of its new smartphone Redmi Note 5 that is to be launched on February 14.
As we can see in forums and other sources, the xiaomi is up to launch the Redmi Note 5 Pro. Pro is a term usually said for one level up, and that is pointing to Redmi Note 5 which is yet to come out. Pro model will integrate more horsepower with a Snapdragon 636 over the expected 626 of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5.
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It doesn’t matter what speculation comes out of the crowd, Xiaomi might plan to launch Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus for India. Currently, These phones are officially available for sale in China.
It is still off the record, Firstly which phones will hit the Indian market. Regarding Redmi Note 5, and Redmi Note 5 Pro is expected to get 5.6-inch or 5.9-inch 18:9 2160x1080px displays, 3GB/4GB/6G of RAM, Android Nougat (MIUI 9.5 built) and Hybrid SIM slots.
After a frantic launch schedule during the late half of 2017 that brought out the glimpse of the Redmi 5A, Redmi Y1, Mi A1 and the Mi Mix 2. Xiaomi is having a remarkably slow start to the year. Not too late when a new tweet by Clinton Jeff (a Xiaomi India PR) indulged has left any indication, that much likely to be split apart next month.
As it looks, Jeff didn’t show off any details but we expect xiaomi to launch Redmi 5 Plus in the country after having launched it successfully in China this year. Now Xiaomi aims to increase focus on the Indian market; So it’s a matter of some weeks when you’ll be experiencing Redmi 5 Plus hands on.
Redmi Note 4 was launched a year later when it was already racking up sales in China. Still, there isn’t a Redmi note 5 just yet, what we may see is the Redmi 5 Plus gets rebranded to the Redmi Note 5 specifically for the Indian market. As here is an opinion goes, nothing holds the truth so far as to Xiaomi’s new models.
If we assume a little further then, the Xiaomi will possibly launch Redmi Note 5 with the 18:9 display just like Redmi 5 Plus but with a new design and internals. If we take a peek at the Redmi 5 Plus, leaving display, the rest of the design is much similar to the Redmi Note 4. Whatsoever, the Redmi Note series has been the cash cow so far for the Xiaomi, and a lot is coming up on the launch.
There are numerous instances here, as much as we know is that Next month is going to be busy for Xiaomi and we can first-hand new model more likely to have Mi7 at MWC (Mobile World Congress).
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Makes fingerprint reader faster and fixes dual sim feature.
Update also Enables the fast charging support.
Just a month ago, Xiaomi rolled out an Oreo beta program for the Mi A1 devices. The early reports showed that the update build makes the fingerprint reader faster, and the dual-SIM feature needs repairs.
And now, we have got some more news as to the beta build. According to the latest report, Now the fast charging support has been enabled in the build via Xiaomi. So if you want fast charging out of the box, can do so by looking out for the final Oreo release.
The report also brings along some improvements that Oreo has made app loading much quicker and animations have improved as well. Without a doubt, all the standard Oreo goodies are present, along with adaptive icons and PiP mode. Not a long ago Xiaomi also rolled out pink color option for Xiaomi MiA1 smartphones.
The Chinese company had ensured that the final release would be out by the end of this year, So it’s just coming around the corner (assuming everything in beta testing appears up to mark).