Xiaomi today unveiled the new Redmi Note 9 and Redmi Note 9 Pro to the Malaysian market. But, there was “one more thing.” The China technology giant slipped in the Mi Note 10 Lite that squares off with the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite.
Xiaomi’s first 5G-ready flagship smartphone line is now in Malaysia. The Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro pack top-notch specs as you would expect from its top-end line. You’ll be able to buy one starting 1 May 2020; the Mi 10 will retail from MYR2,799 while the Mi 10 Pro will be priced at MYR3,899. Pre-order promotions with exclusive gifts will kick off from 22-30 April 2020.
“Live smart, buy smart,” Xiaomi says as it kicks off its annual Mi Fan Festival 2020 (MFF 2020). And you know what that means—amazing deals and discounts on Xiaomi’s most loved smartphones and IoT-connected products. MFF 2020 will run on both Lazada and Shopee from 7 to 9 April 2020 with exclusive deals on either platform.
Lazada Malaysia’s 8th Birthday Sale is hours away and to celebrate, Xiaomi Malaysia has a treasure trove of deals and steals for you. The one-day-only sale will see the just-released Redmi Note 9S, which will debut exclusively on Lazada, going for MYR699 in a flash sale.
Xiaomi Malaysia is kicking off the new year with a bang. The China tech giant has announced a special promotion for its best-selling smartphones at all Authorised Mi Stores across Malaysia. For every purchase of the Mi Note 10, you’re entitled to a free Mi A2 Lite (worth MYR599 RRP). Meanwhile, for every purchase of the Mi Note 10 Pro, you’re entitled to a free Redmi 7A (worth MYR399 RRP). The promotion runs from 1 February 2020.
When it comes to photography, experts will tell you megapixels aren’t everything. Yet, consumers tend to lap up pixels generously thrown at them from smartphone makers. It wasn’t too long ago when we were blown away from single 8MP sensors on mobile devices. The current crop of smartphones have already breached
48MP 64MP, not limited to flagship devices. Whichever way you look at it, the megapixel race isn’t going to stop any time soon. As the saying goes, if you can’t beat them, join them? Well, embracing a whole lot of megapixels is Chinese smartphone powerhouse Xiaomi. Its latest device—the flagship Mi Note 10 series comes in with an epic 108MP sensor, with five cameras to boot.