Xiaomi global launch took place today where they announced the arrival of many products. Without any further adieu, let’s visit Xiaomi had for us in store.
Xiaomi Mi 11 was launched in the last week of 2020. You can read about the specs of the smartphone here. Now the tech giant has set 13 new DisplayMate Records. These records include the highest native colour gamut, highest contrast ratio, and highest visible screen resolution. The Chinese variant which was launched earlier came in 8GB RAM and 12GB RAM variants.
But the global launch had only 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM but with both the storage options of 128 GB and 256 GB. The front screen is protected by Gorilla Glass Victus whereas the rear side of the phone has Gorilla Glass 5. The list of DisplayMate records we were talking about is shown below in the image.
It houses a 4600mAh battery and is paired with 55W fast wired charging. The 8+128GB version comes for €749 and 8+256GB version comes for €799. The company also offers a 2-year warranty for the smartphone.
Mi TV Q1
Mi TV Q1 features a 75-inch display panel launched by Xiaomi as their highest premium TV with QLED 4K screen. It incorporates Android TV 10 system and has 4K UHD resolution display. The TV is supported by quantum dot technology and provides stunning 178° viewing angle. Mi TV Q1 75” comes with 192 zones of full array dynamic local dimming, thus offering, a contrast ratio of 10,000:1. This Xiaomi TV gives you a robust refresh rate of 120 Hz. Dolby AudioTM improves the audio aspects of the TV.
The sound system comprises of 30W stereo speaker with six units; two tweeters and four woofers. It has the feature to work with both, Google Assistant support and Amazon Alexa. It comes at a retail price of EUR 1,299. A limited number of TVs are reserved for early booking. They will be offered at a discount price of EUR 999 on the first day of sale.
Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2 Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1
The Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2 Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team Edition was launched today. It will have design elements from Mercedes-AMG and utilize Xiaomi’s scooter engineering. As compared to Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2, it includes an extended range of 45km. The top speed of the scooter will be 25km/h. To help move on hill roads, it can climb 20% up. It supports a 300W robust motor, double braking system and shock-absorbing pneumatic tires. To better safety aspects, the headlights can be illuminates up to 10 meters ahead. It comes for EUR 799.