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The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is one of those exotic phones with specs and price that sound too good to be real. Here's a shortlist: 6.5-inch AMOLED display, 5230mAh battery with fast charging, 128GB of storage, and a total of 5 cameras at the back including one with the jaw-dropping 108 megapixels – all for 550 euro (the equivalent of about $600). After several weeks with the phone, I'd say that it's a solid offering for the price – though it does have a few flaws you absolutely must know about.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 is a well-equipped phone at half the price of other similarly powerful rivals, and it has a big battery and capable camera. Are there any pitfalls?…
The Xiaomi Mi 9 is the company’s first phone with the latest Snapdragon 855 and it’s ready to go head to head with the big-name flagships of 2019. Xiaomi is upping the ante in almost every aspect, but it still had to make compromises to keep the price lucratively low. So what is the final result?
Pocophone, a sub-brand of Chinese tech company Xiaomi, has make an impression when it announced the Pocophone F1 not too long ago. The phone stole the spotlight away from the mainstream competition with its flagship-grade hardware specs and irresistible starting cost of around $350 – besting even what OnePlus offers.
The fresh new Xiaomi Mi A2 is an affordable smartphone that seemingly embodies the perfect marriage between capable hardware and the intuitiveness of Google’s clean Android software. Almost sounds too good to be true, but is there a catch?
The Mi Mix 2s is the newest phone in the Mix series. For those who are not familiar with Xiaomi’s product lineup, the Mix series of phones is its boldest and most innovative, known to have the trendy bezel-less design years before other phone makers introduced...