Xiaomi– A Chinese tech brand that has swept the world off with its feature-packed devices for an affordable price. The brand has been in the news for both good and bad reasons, but what is important is how it gets back. The year 2020 has been revolutionary in the world of tech. With the fantastic advancements, we all know that Xiaomi has been successful in pushing the required software updates at the right time with a very few exceptional cases.
Xiaomi has kept its pace in software launches, but what about new devices? A major leak has been let out on the web that shows a bunch of new Xiaomi devices waiting in the queue to launch. These devices are the upcoming market rulers that are planned in Phase Q3 2020.
Redmi 9/ 9A-
Redmi 9 and its successor Redmi 9A have been in and around the news for long. Both these devices will be the entry-level gadgets for Redmi in the second half of the year 2020.
Redmi Note 9S+-
Rumors have been speculating that Redmi Note 9S+ is the rebranded name and device of the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max. With a quad-camera at the rear and punch-hole selfie camera, these devices are at firsts in the leaked list of devices.
Poco X2 Pro-
There are a lot of rumors, and details being spread about this device. The Poco X2 which is being sold in India is the rebranded model of Redmi K30. Drawing assumptions, Poco X2 Pro can potentially be the Redmi K30 Pro for India.
The Redmi K20 launched as Mi 9T in Europe. The leaked renders stabilize assumptions that Mi 10T is the rebranded and altered version of the Redmi K30.
Mi 10T Pro-
The name says it all, as mentioned above, the series relates to the European version of the Redmi K-series. The probability of Mi 10T Pro being the direct version of the Redmi K30 Pro (Zoom Edition) is high.
Redmi X10 4G/ POCO F2/ Mi 10S-
Redmi X10 is the first device from Redmi’s all-new series- Redmi X. Though access to 5G is currently the trend, Redmi will be launching this device which will allow network capacity up to 4G.
Redmi X10 will later be rebranded as Poco F2 and Mi 10s for other countries just the way like how you read about Mi 10T.
Redmi X10 5G/ POCO F2 Pro 5G/ Mi 10S+ 5G
Following the same path, the new series will provide Redmi X10 5G for a higher price, for the audience who can afford it. The rebranding will name this device as Poco F2 Pro and Mi 10s+. Also, 5G network compatibility will not be the only distinguishing feature as it is believed that there will be a couple of more specs to show a varied change.
Mi 7 2020-
Hardcore Mi fans know that there was no Mi 7 in the market. Just like how a lot of brands skipped a couple of device names in the numerical order, Mi devices went from Mi 6 to Mi 8 directly.
This leak also hints that the Mi 7 2020 might just be Mi 6 but 2020 version, but the brand might attempt to make it a Mi 6 to give the impact of a premium edition device (that’s marketing!).
Mi CC10/Mi 10 Lite-
The name says it all! Mi CC10 is the successor of Mi CC9, a Chinese smartphone variant. This device will be sold outside China in the name of Mi 10 Lite just like how Mi CC9 was sold as the Mi 9 Lite.
Mi MIX 4 and Mi MIX 4S-
Mi Mix 4 and 4s will be the successors of Mi Mix 3. Also, rumors have been reporting that these devices can be the Mi Mix Alpha that was teased last year but never made it to the final implementation. The Mi Mix 4 and 4s are believed to be the best flagship mobiles from the company.
Mi Zero is a concept device that implements “no holes” technology in phones that was first implemented by Chinese Meizu Zero. The device has been confirmed in the leak, but the features still seem questionable.
Rest assured, we will update this article if we receive further information about these leaked devices, so stay tuned. Also, share this article with all the Redmi lovers!
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