The Redmi Note series has always been the defacto choice for anyone looking for a value for money smartphone under RM1,000. The next iteration, the Redmi Note 5 (also known as the Redmi Note 5 Pro in India) is finally making its way to more countries.
The device will be launching in Indonesia in the next two weeks and it is an indication that it could be hitting Malaysia very soon.
Xiaomi is organising a Mi Fan Festival this coming Friday, 6 April 2018 where you can get additional freebies and discounts for your purchase. The Fan Festival is taking place online at the official Mi Store on Lazada Malaysia as well as selected Mi physical stores throughout Malaysia.
Xiaomi which started off as an online-centric e-commerce brand is continuing to grow its retail presence in Malaysia. After opening several Mi Premium stores located in Penang and the Klang Valley, they have just announced the opening of its first Mi physical store in East Malaysia.
This is it. Xiaomi’s Mi MIX 2S has been officially revealed. Headline features include some focus on AI, a new camera and new internals! Here’s everything you need to know.
Literally hours before Xiaomi’s big launch of their brand new Mi MIX 2S, the leaks have already reared its ugly head. A new report reveals a pair of pretty legit-looking images that feature the Mi MIX 2S in most of its glory.
When I think of smartphones that really caught my eye last year, the first phone that comes to mind isn’t any big flagship, despite the fact that it was the year of juggernauts like the Samsung Galaxy Note8 and iPhone X. No, because I wouldn’t buy those phones, they’re just too expensive for someone with my bank account balance.
The phone that really interested me was the Xiaomi Mi A1. Xiaomi’s legendary value-for-money hardware coupled with the slick experience of stock Android? Sign me up.
After the first one launched, I think there was only one thing on everyone’s mind: Will there be a sequel? Well, as it turns out, there very well might be a Mi A2 and this is what it could look like.
Lazada Malaysia is having a flash sale for the Xiaomi Mi A1. Instead of paying RM999, the Mi A1 can be yours for less than RM800 but it’s only available for the next couple of hours.
Xiaomi’s Redmi series is always known for offering more hardware for your money. With the Redmi 5 and 5 Plus, now everyone can own a Full Screen or 18:9 display smartphone at an affordable price. To make it even more enticing, Xiaomi Malaysia has announced a price cut for its higher-spec Redmi 5 model and it’s now RM80 cheaper than before.
If you need a big screen smartphone with a huge battery for gaming, the Mi Max 2 is probably the best value for money phablet you can get at the moment. Originally priced at RM1,199, it was recently slashed to RM1,049. For those looking for a sweeter deal, you can get this mammoth device for less than RM1,000.
Xiaomi’s bezel-less smartphone, the MI MIX 2 is getting a major update for 2018. The new Mi MIX 2S will run on the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and it looks like it will get a major upgrade in the camera department.