This is a really great device especially at this price range. Just hope they keep launching at different market.
Sepfian, 18 Jul 2020Copying samsung like design in the back, zzz.. Well it doesnt matter xiaomi is equal in quality to samsung nowdays.
In past they werent that good and anyway most people use their phones for likely 2 yeras on contract from their network carrier and then buy a new one so f this phone for a half of LG velvet price and 100 eur cheaper than A51 5G does the same tricks why not.
I really think te LG is garbage with their velvet series. Its defuinitely not worth the price.
And the Samsung A51 5G is interesting but i dislike Samsung UI for having many same apps twice.
YUKI93, 18 Jul 2020Two things why I wouldn't bother this Xiaomi:
(1) Generic design unlike the Velvet, espe... moreGeneric designs are timeless
LG Velvet got curves of a typical samsung, camera arrangement like 2015 generic chinese androids all it has is those awful color schemes from 2000s electronics.
Well it's typical LG, features ahead of time but designs that go out of style in months.
Xiaomi should launch this phone in india as a Oneplus Nord competitor...
Anonymous, 18 Jul 2020And that "Samsung design" was shamelessly copied from Apple, smh.Nope
Two things why I wouldn't bother this Xiaomi:
(1) Generic design unlike the Velvet, especially at the back
(2) MIUI. No thanks, I rather have custom ROM like LineageOS or AEX ROM
Anonymous, 18 Jul 2020And that "Samsung design" was shamelessly copied from Apple, smh.I dont know who is first, but i really appreciate the first arrange that design.
Sepfian, 18 Jul 2020Copying samsung like design in the back, zzz.. And that "Samsung design" was shamelessly copied from Apple, smh.
Copying samsung like design in the back, zzz..
Xiaomi is really expanding eh. Just the other day they launched Poco F2 Pro here in Indonesia for around $475, making it the cheapest SD 865 you could buy here. I guess they are preparing for lower sales on India by expanding on other market?
South Koreans are very supportive of their own products. It's a tough market to crack.