Announced globally in early February, the Mi 11, Xiaomi’s latest flagship smartphone, is launching in Malaysia. True to Xiaomi’s DNA, the Mi 11 packs ground-breaking tech without breaking the bank. This includes Qualcomm’s latest and greatest silicon—the Snapdragon 888 chipset, a whopping 108MP triple camera, cinematic audio, and 50W superfast wireless charging.
If you’re looking to buy a Xiaomi product, now’s a perfect time. In conjunction with 9.9 LazMall Big Brands Sale, Xiaomi is offering a whole host of fan-favourite smartphones and ecosystem products at up to 30 per cent off. Featured products include the Redmi Note 9S, Redmi Note 9 Pro, Mi 10, Redmi 9A, Redmi 9C, Mi Robot Vacuum-Mop, Mi Home Security Camera 360 1080p, Mi Air Purifier 3H, and many more.
Poco may have just outdone themselves, again. The just-launched Poco X3 NFC throws everything in but the kitchen sink, in true Xiaomi style. Screaming performance in an attractive package, prices start from just MYR899 and will be available in Malaysia from 9 September 2020 onwards. Malaysia is one of the first markets in the world to receive the device.
Xiaomi’s monstrous Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34” and Mi Portable Photo Printer—two of the brand’s latest ecosystem products are now available for purchase in Malaysia. The two new products are available at the official Xiaomi store on Lazada, as well as offline at Authorised Mi Stores and other official offline retailers.
Xiaomi goes deeper into the lucrative PC gaming market with its new Mi Curved Gaming Monitor 34”. The gaming monitor is one of several ecosystem products announced for the European market including Mi Smart Band 5; Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2 and Mi Electric Scooter 1S; Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Basic; and its first-ever Mi TV Stick.
It’s hard to imagine that the Redmi is already in its ninth iteration. What a journey it has been for Xiaomi. The Redmi (or Hongmi, in its homeland China) is the product series that singlehandedly catapulted Xiaomi’s phenomenal rise in the smartphone ranks; at the same time affording it with a cult-like status across the world. Redmi bears Xiaomi’s unyielding promise of delivering great products at honest prices; this is true until today. The new Redmi 9, just launched in Malaysia, encapsulates the brand’s philosophy of making technology accessible to everyone.
Xiaomi is kicking off its first-ever 6.18 Online Mid-Year Sales in Malaysia on 18 June 2020, hosted across the Xiaomi LazMall Flagship Store and Mi Official Store via Shopee Mall. You can expect a wide selection of deals and flash sales including the flagship-killer Poco F2 Pro and Redmi Note 9 with discounts of up to MYR200.
How about this as a compelling reason to pick up the Poco F2 Pro—flagship performance minus the flagship price. The Poco F1’s successor is now ready to set Malaysian shores ablaze, having made an international debut on 12 May 2020.