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.
Mobile World Congress is kicking off this week and you can expect smartphone launches happening back to back. Xiaomi wants to make headlines as well and they will be introducing a new smartphone in the next few days. They have just posted a teaser for their upcoming device with a random 6-digit number. What could this be?
Xiaomi has finally introduced more variants of its Redmi 5 series in the Malaysian market. Whether you’re looking for something cheaper or for a device that packs more RAM and storage, Xiaomi has got you covered with a total of 4 models.
Apart from smartphones, the official Malaysian Mi Store is now carrying more products which was previously only available through grey importers. The latest to hit the store is the Mi Sphere Camera and the Mi Dashcam that come with local warranty.
Xiaomi’s Redmi 5 series is getting expanded by the end of this week. After introducing its single 3GB RAM + 32GB storage variant for the Malaysian market, Xiaomi will be releasing two more models to cover different price points.
If you thought Xiaomi‘s products had no prestige and were only bought by those who couldn’t afford something better, then you might be surprised to find out who loves their Xiaomi Mi Power Bank. Yeah, you didn’t read that title wrong: It’s Paris Hilton.
Xiaomi has always been the king of value for money and when it comes to smartphones priced under RM1,000, it is hard not to recommend the Redmi Note 4. It offers top-notch specs and a decent build at a price that’s hard to beat. When the Redmi 5 Plus was introduced a couple of months back, the specs are roughly the same as the current Redmi Note 4.
For those looking for a proper upgrade, Xiaomi has officially announced its latest Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Note 5 Pro. The event took place in India, which is Xiaomi’s biggest market outside of China.