Pro Plus as a name is not that new, unfortunately, Huawei got us into this back then. For the Redmi Note 11 Pro+, this means that it is even slightly better than the Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G. The sixth (!) phone in the Redmi Note series can even be charged with 120W!
After Xiaomi recently unveiled its new flagship generation in Germany, the subsidiary brand now introduces its new flagship generation in China. The gaming edition of the Redmi K50 is now followed by the regular Redmi K50 and Redmi K50 Pro. Once again, the benchmark for battery capacity is set high, but interesting processors are also chosen.
Redmi has unveiled its new Redmi G 2021 gaming notebook in China. An Intel or AMD processor is available right at the start, which is then rounded off with an Nvidia RTX graphics card. Of course, a 144 Hz screen should not be missing either. Another exciting gaming notebook from China?
Besides the Redmi Note 11 Pro, there is now also a Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G in this generation. In the last generation, there was a 5G version of the normal Redmi Note. Now the 5G version is also described as a 108 MP powerhouse. Is the difference only in the 5G compatibility?
For the first time, there was an S upgrade with the Redmi Note 7, but only in India. The first S upgrade for the global market came in 2021 with the Redmi Note 10S. Now the Redmi Note 11S follows, which, like the predecessor, tries to be the better version of the normal Redmi Note (11). Will it succeed?
In the course of the event for the Redmi Note 11 series, the Redmi Buds 3 Youth Edition was also introduced. Small, inexpensive and with a simple feature set, they seem to take the place of the Redmi AirDots.
The Redmi Note 11 will be unveiled in China as early as next Thursday. After the Redmi Note 10 series produced four models in this country alone, there will be three different versions of the Redmi Note 11 right at the launch, according to leaks. However, there are not only leaks, but also some official pictures that Redmi itself published on Weibo.
Xiaomi finally introduced the Xiaomi Smart Clock for Europe some time ago. However, looking at the Chinese Xiaomi portfolio, the Redmi XiaoAI Smart Clock catches the eye, which even has an 8-inch display.
During the mega launch event, Xiaomi surprised us by launching a new smartphone series, at least for Europe. The Xiaomi Mi 11i is positioned as the first i-smartphone somehow between the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite and the Xiaomi Mi 11.
The Redmi Note 9S had a difficult time in 2020. Despite its strong overall package, it was the only device without NFC. That rightfully annoyed the customers. At least Xiaomi does not make this mistake with the Redmi Note 10S. Is it the golden mean?
The Redmi Note 9T has already shown this year that the new mobile standard 5G does not have to be expensive. The Redmi Note 10 5G is the quasi-successor, even relies on a 90 Hz display, but is somehow out of line.
The Redmi Note series is the most important smartphone series from Xiaomi in terms of sales. The Redmi Note 9 series has four offshoots in total. The company continues this trend this year and releases four devices. However, even the cheapest Redmi Note 10 gets an AMOLED screen.
With the Redmi Note 8 Pro, Xiaomi released a Pro version of the Redmi Note series globally for the first time. Now we are two generations further with Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 10 Pro. The first Redmi Note smartphone with a 120 Hz AMOLED display. Xiaomi wants to redefine the flagship killer position.
While the previous versions of the new Redmi AirDots 3 were only ever marginally improved, here you get a Qualcomm chip with aptX support, more stable connection and better battery life for the first time. In addition, the Redmi AirDots 3 are the first with touch controls and hybrid drivers – the wireless successor to the Xiaomi Piston Pro?
The Redmi Smart TV MAX with a 98-inch screen diagonal was a bit too big for you? No problem, Xiaomi or rather Redmi remedies that with the Redmi MAX 86″. The smart TV with an 86-inch screen diagonal was introduced in China.
The Redmi Note series has three offshoots in this generation. Now, a fourth model was just released, the successor of the popular Redmi Note 8T. What can we expect from the Redmi Note 9T?
In addition to the new Redmi Note 9T, Xiaomi has also introduced another budget smartphone, which brings the current Redmi generation to eight devices. The Redmi 9T surprises with a Snapdragon processor, which sets it apart from the other Redmi phones. However, it also reminds us strongly of the POCO M3. Where are the differences?
Redmi, the “daughter brand” of Xiaomi, is best known for the smartphones of the Redmi Note series. After the Redmi Band, they are now expanding their wearable portfolio with the first smartwatch of their own, which has only been unveiled in China so far.
Xiaomi did not miss out during the 10th anniversary celebration and presented not only the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra but also a new edition of the Redmi K30 Pro. The Chinese equivalent of the Poco F2 Pro is released as Redmi K30 Ultra with 120 Hz refresh rate – at a top price!