Xiaomi Malaysia is having a one-day flash sale today and you can enjoy discounts for selected smartphones and accessories while stocks last. If you’re looking for a budget smartphone with decent specs, these offers are worth checking out.
After announcing the Mi MIX 2S flagship two months ago, Xiaomi is about to announce the successor of the Mi 6. For their next flagship, it won’t be called the Mi 7 and the launch is taking place next Thursday.
For those looking for a different kind of flagship smartphone, the Mi MIX 2S is coming to Malaysia very soon. This is Xiaomi’s ultimate flagship smartphone that comes with a notch-less full-screen display and it has a pair of AI-enhanced dual-cameras that’s apparently on par with the iPhone X.
If you’re wondering what’s the impact on smartphone prices, we’ve got it covered. Read on to find out how much smartphones would cost with 0% GST.
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If you’re looking for the ultimate Xiaomi smartphone, the Mi MIX 2S is now on sale in Malaysia. This is the updated version of their “bezel-less” full screen smartphone which now runs on a more powerful processor and has dual-AI cameras.
The Redmi Note 5 is currently Xiaomi’s best smartphone that you can get for under RM1,000. It’s also the only Redmi smartphone available at the moment that comes with a dual-camera setup.
If you’re looking for an affordable dual-camera smartphone that’s also capable of taking AI-assisted selfies, Xiaomi has just introduced the Redmi S2. It’s a budget selfie-centric smartphone that’s priced below RM700 (999CNY).
Xiaomi has made a huge comeback in 2017. Not only it has regained its top 5 global smartphone position, they have also overtaken OPPO for the #4 spot worldwide.
According to IDC’s Q1 2018 mobile phone tracker report, global shipments have declined from 344.4 million to 334.3 million year-over-year for Q1. They added that China market is showing signs of a slowdown as their shipments have dropped below 100 million units for the first three months of 2018.
The Xiaomi Mi 6X was announced last week and the same device is expected to be sold outside of China with Android One. If you prefer this mid-range device with MIUI, you can buy one in Malaysia through a grey importer.
Xiaomi has been doing pretty well in the wearable business thanks to its affordable Mi Band. In 2017, they have shipped 15.7 million devices making them the #2 wearable brand worldwide behind Apple.
With shipments starting to slow down, the Chinese company will be releasing a new one and they have just posted a teaser of what could be the Mi Band 3.
We’re back! This year, we’ve got another juicy new selection of budget-friendly smartphones under RM1,200. So, what’s new in 2018? Quite a lot, actually. This year’s crop of smartphones may be among the best ones we’ve seen especially if you’re looking at the amount of goodies you can get for your money.
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