Xiaomi CEO says that they will now focus on Redmi, Mi, and a new CC series of phones instead.
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Other Xiaomi devices like the Mi LED Smart TV 4A and Redmi 5 are also part of the Independence Sale.
Xiaomi could also be launching a Mi Max 3 Pro which is said to have Snapdragon 710 as its processor.
Xiaomi might bring AI-powered dual-camera setup on the back with Sony's IMX 363 image sensor.
Details of the next version of Xiaomi Mi Max 2, Mi Max 3 has been spotted online and the company might be planning to bring the device to the market.
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Xiaomi MIUI 9 Global Stable ROM build starts rolling out for Redmi Note 4, Mi Mix 2 and Mi Max 2 users
The MIUI is available in 56 languages, 220 countries and has around 280 million active users according to Xiaomi.
While the Xiaomi Mi Max 2 did see some heavy discounting during the festive season, this one's permanent and makes this phablet offering from Xiaomi, even more competitive, considering its feature set.
This makes the Xiaomi Mi Max 2, an even better option for those who earlier hesitated to buy one both as a primary device and even as a secondary device for media consumption.
An owner of a retail store is said to have taken legal approach against Samsung's move since it could potentially affect their business.
Xiaomi Mi Max clearly resonated with the audience. Will the Mi Max 2 fare as well? Let's find out
The software engineers at Xiaomi will iron out any issues that crop up with devices before rolling out the final update for all Xiaomi devices.
The camera has a 17 mm 120-degree wide-angle lens with a support of 1080P recording along with an '18-grade gray reduction' night vision feature.
The Xiaomi Mi Max 2, launched last month went on sale today at 10 am across online as well as offline stores in the country as part of a weekly sale.
Chinese handset maker Xiaomi is confident of clocking revenues in excess of $2 billion (Rs 12,867 crore) from its India operations this year, doubling its top-line over 2016. The growth, according to Xiaomi India Head Manu Jain, will be driven by strong sales of its smartphones and further expansion of the brand in the country.
The highlight of the Xiaomi Mi Max 2 is clearly its bigger battery and the obvious battery life benefits. But there’s a little more to that on this monster of a smartphone.
Xiaomi has just launched the Mi Max 2, the second generation of Mi Max in India at a price of Rs 16,999.
The new Xiaomi Mi Max 2 comes with a similar form-factor as its predecessor but gets a new processor and a large 5,300 mAh battery.
The upcoming phone will succeed the earlier Xiaomi Mi Max, whose trademark feature was its massive 6.44 inch display.