Fulljack, 10 May 2020I miss the old, compact redmi like the 3s and 4x. hope they consider to release such phone aga... moreI bought a redmi 7a a few days ago for 60 bucks (2/32gb) for the days until I will buy me a new flagship. I like it, it's fast enough for daily apps and work and is pretty compact with 70mm in width and 144mm in height. That's why I preferred it over the redmi 7 or 8(a).
I've not experienced this but there are hundreds and thousands of complaints about Xiaomi showing inappropriate ads on their phones in India. Also, they have priced their Flagship Mi 10 really high in India and everyone is pissed. Not forgetting the Android 10 update issues they had with the Mi A3. Xiaomi really needs to focus on being the reliable brand it used to be. Circling back to this article, I see this is gonna be a good phone but pricing is gonna decide everything for the Indian market.
as always be first & release it with new mediatek or snapdragon name like SD475
Helio G75, G78
Redmi series and Redmi Note series are in different league.
Normally Redmi Notes specs are higher than Redmi series.
But I believe they might skip a generation for Redmi series. They stopped at Redmi 8
Anonymous, 09 May 2020This company has jumped the shark. Instead of delivering devices with steady updates and su... moreYeah-yeah... sure-sure, like they say, once you start buying "cheap," they've gotcha for the "keep."
I miss the old, compact redmi like the 3s and 4x. hope they consider to release such phone again on sub-6 inch size for easier one handed use. like the more budget version of se flagship.
This company has jumped the shark.
Instead of delivering devices with steady updates and support with properly distinguishable product lines, they have taken a page from BBK's playbook and decided to release a hundred different phones per year with subpar support and new buggy bloatware filled outdated OS skins.
Really bad move, as a customer who has purchased quite a few Xiaomi phones in the past 4 years and is looking to purchase a new phone in the coming months to replace an aging Redmi...they may have lost my patronage for good.
Anonymous, 09 May 2020Hot garbage. Xiaomeme has such a messy line up." Xiaomeme ", lmao that's a good one
I don't really care about Xiaomi's naming policy. The important thing is for the phones to be powerful, at decent prices. And if that's what it takes to have decently priced phones, it's not a big issue.