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India is undoubtedly Xiaomi’s biggest market outside of China. During India’s festive sale held this week, the Chinese smartphone maker had sold more than 1 million phones in just two days. If you do the math, that’s more than 300 smartphones sold every minute for 48 hours straight.
The Xiaomi Mi 6 is the most affordable Snapdragon 835 powered flagship smartphone you can buy right now. On top of that, it gets a dual-camera setup which comes with a telephoto lens capable of 2X optical zoom. Now Xiaomi has teased that a new flagship dual-camera smartphone will be launched globally next week. Is there room for another flagship phone?
Hugo Barra, Global VP of Xiaomi made full use of his time on stage earlier today. The exec rolled around in the company’s Ninebot mini high-fiving and networking with eager Mi fans. He spent most of his time on stage talking about how the global variant of Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 that outperforms the Nexus 6P and the OnePlus 2.
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Malaysian Mi fans are in for some fun, as the local Xiaomi HQ has announced a select few will be chosen to spend some quality time with the one of the most affordable power-packed devices – the Redmi Note 3 Pro – before its official launch.
Only 15 hopefuls will be chosen and if you tick all the right boxes, you’ll be able to keep the Redmi Note 3 Pro, free of charge. The smartphone maker has also announced its plan to release the device sometime in April 2016.
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Xiaomi looks to have a knack for outing more than one version of their devices. The latest Redmi Note 3 Pro that runs a Qualcomm processor, instead of a MediaTek chipset – that’s not all either, they’ve upgraded the internals as well.