Xiaomi has revealed that it will launch the Redmi 8A smartphone in India on September 25. This Redmi phone falls under the company's popular entry-level Redmi A series. Xiaomi's India Managing Director, Manu Kumar Jain, has confirmed about the same via his Twitter handle. Redmi India's latest tweet also hints that the Redmi 8A will
Google launched its latest version of Android, the Android 10 at the beginning of this month. The company also release the source code for the new update to AOSP (Android Open Source Project). The company announced the major changes that come with Android 10 while rolling out the update to Google Pixel devices. However, in
Redmi, the sub-brand for Xiaomi, is rolling out a new software update for the Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro. This new smartphone is getting the latest Android 10 update but in beta form. Initial reports stated that Xiaomi was rolling out the stable update in China and India, but in truth, it is a beta update.
The Redmi TV has been launched in China, alongside the Redmi Note 8, Redmi Note 8 Pro and RedmiBook 14 devices. The newly launched comes with a 70-inch 4K HDRRedmi TV display. As you can notice, the television features ultra-thin bezels. Xiaomi's sub-brand Redmi has unveiled the cheapest 70-inch TV in the market. The Redmi
Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi has just announced the launch of its latest budget smartphone series, the Redmi Note 8 lineup. As part of the announcement, the company launched two devices including the Redmi Note 8 and Redmi Note 8 Pro. We have already covered the details about both the devices in a previous report. This report
Xiaomi's sub-brand Redmi will host an event in China today, where the company is expected to launch Redmi Note 8 series, Redmi TV and a RedmiBook. The Redmi launch event will begin at 2:00PM in China, which is 11:30 AM in India. Ahead of the launch, several details of all the three devices have surfaced
Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi has teased a team-up with World of Warcraft, one of the largest multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). This teaser comes just days before the much-anticipated launch of its upcoming smartphone, the Redmi Note 8. Redmi is gearing up to launch the smartphone series in an event scheduled for August 29, 2019. Just
Xiaomi has announced that its sub-brand Redmi is planning to launch a new smartphone in the coming months. According to the announcement, the device will come with never seen before 64-megapixel primary camera. As part of the announcement, Xiaomi shared some details about the camera sensor. To begin with, the sensor with be manufactured by
Xiaomi will reportedly be hosting an event in China on May 13. At the launch event, the company is expected to launch a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855-powered flagship phone. Alongside this phone, it is also said to take the wraps off "one more thing". A few reports assert that it could be a smart home device.
It seems that Xiaomi will soon launch a smartphone with a triple rear camera setup in India. The Chinese company has posted a teaser of the same on its official community forum, suggesting that we might get to see a new Xiaomi phone with three cameras on the rear. The teaser doesn't reveal much about
Xiaomi's Redmi sub-brand in China is said to be working on a flagship smartphone. The upcoming Snapdragon 855-powered Redmi smartphone has leaked several times, and it is said to sport a pop-up selfie camera setup. The device is rumored to make its debut on May 14 in China. However, as per Tang Mu, General Manager
Redmi, the sub-brand of Chinese smartphone maker and electronics giant Xiaomi seems to be gearing for the launch of its first flagship smartphone in the market. In the preparation towards an eventual launch, Redmi has continuously dropped a number of hints online about the specifications of the device. As previously noted, given that it will
Redmi is said to launch a flagship smartphone soon, which is expected to offer high performance at a very low price. If rumors are to be believed, the upcoming Xiaomi Redmi device will be built around a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset aided by Adreno 640 GPU. Now more specifications of the flagship device have surfaced
Chinese tech major Xiaomi Wednesday said it expects to have 10,000 retail stores in India and 50 per cent of its business to come from the offline route by the end of this year. Xiaomi, which had started its India journey as an online-only brand in 2014, is also launching a new retail format 'Mi
Xiaomi Redmi 6A has again received a price cut on Amazon India. The 2GB RAM/32GB storage variant is now available at a discounted price of Rs 6,499. Earlier, the handset was available for Rs 7,999 on the mentioned e-commerce site. This means that the company has reduced the price of Redmi 6A by Rs 1,500.
Xiaomi is on full throttle when it comes to working on a future smartphone. According to a recent report, the company hinted that it may launch a smartphone with a pop-up camera. This information was revealed by Wang Teng Thomas, the product director for the company while talking to users on Chinese social media website
Redmi, the newly created sub-brand of Chinese smartphone maker and electronics giant has just teased the launch of a new smartphone. The teaser gives us a hint that the company is soon planning to launch the highly anticipated Redmi Note 7 Pro. According to a new report, the company is likely to launch the device
Xiaomi has taken the Indian smartphone by storm while taking the fight to and beating established names including Samsung, Motorola and more. The company has cracked the formula of success in the country by offering powerful hardware at affordable prices. This strategy has caught the attention of the customers and according to a recent report,
Xiaomi seems to be working on the next generation of its entry-level and budget Redmi devices. As part of the upcoming Redmi 7 lineup, the company is working on Redmi 7, Redmi 7A, Redmi 7 Pro, and Redmi Note 7 Pro. Xiaomi has already launched the Redmi Note 7 in the Chinese market last month.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7, the first smartphone from the independent Redmi brand has crossed the 1 million mark in terms of total sold units. This comes just about a month after the company launched the smartphone in the Chinese market. These numbers just indicate the devices that the company launched in China as the device