Xiaomi is back at it again and this time the company has revealed a pair of affordable Redmi Note devices which will likely serve as a primer for their upcoming Redmi Note 5 devices. These new phones are called the Redmi Note 5A and Redmi Note 5A Prime, and prices start at just under RM450.
If you’re on a tight budget, Xiaomi has heaps of entry-level phones but almost all of them feature a modest 5.0″ HD 720p display. Want something bigger? There’s the Redmi Note 4 that offers a 5.5″ full HD screen with price starting from RM799.
For those looking for a 5.5″ smartphone at a lower price, Xiaomi is about to introduce its new Redmi Note 5A. According to rumours, this could be priced at 999 CNY which is about RM642.
The Mi MIX is an impressive device. It was one of the first smartphones to push for a bezel-less design with an impressive 91.3% screen to body ratio.
During its announcement late last year, Xiaomi called the Mi MIX their concept smartphone but surprisingly, it is a product that you can actually buy. Now it appears that a new one is on its way, as designer Philippe Starck had shared an interesting clip of its next successor.
If you’re looking for smart air purifier that you can control with your phone, the first generation Mi Air Purifier is now going for only RM399. When it was first announced in 2014, this connected appliance was priced at 899CNY in China which is about RM506 at that time.
It’s no secret that I wasn’t a big fan of last year’s Xiaomi Mi 5. I didn’t like how it performed, I didn’t like its camera and for the most part, I was quite annoyed that we got what felt like scraps instead of the proper flagship we hyped it up to be.
This year, as Malaysia finally gets its turn at the Xiaomi flagship Mi 6, it’s time to find out if they’ve learned their lessons.
Xiaomi will be launching a new dual-camera smartphone in India very soon and there’s a big chance that this could be the international variant of the Mi 5X. To refresh your memory, the Mi 5X is Xiaomi’s mid-range device that comes with a similar dual-camera setup as the Mi 6.
In the first quarter of the year, Apple for the very first time had overtaken Fitbit which has been a dominant wearable brand for the longest time. However, in last quarter, Apple has been dethroned from the top spot and it isn’t by Fitbit.
The top 5 list for global smartphone shipments is seeing a little shake up this quarter as Xiaomi has recaptured the #5 spot. They were once a top 5 brand before OPPO and vivo had flooded the market with their selfie-centric devices.
Xiaomi‘s usually the brand you turn to when you want a bang-for-your-buck smartphone and for good reason. Today, the company is taking an axe to the price of their already affordable entry-level Redmi 4A.