Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 phone and Mi Pad 2.
Cheap but quality Smartphone producing Chinese phone maker Xiaomi recently launched its first ever all-metal devices in Beijing with thew names as Redmi Note 3 phone and the Mi Pad 2 tablet with the starting price of US$ 140.
Their 5.5-inch Smartphone runs on Xiaomi’s Android-based MIUI 7 OS and features with display of 1080px, fingerprint sensor on the back and a powerful 4,000mAh battery.
It’s processor is MediaTek Helio X10 fitted with a 2GB RAM.13 MP rear camera and a 5-megapixel front camera and can operate with carriers through its 4G Dual SIM.
Silver, gold and dark gray color with
16GB storage and 2GB RAM for US$140.
32GB storage and 3GB RAM for US$172.
Xiaomi announced the Mi Pad 2, as its latest tablet.
The new tablet is 7.9-inch, 6.95mm thickness and 322g in weight.
Intel Atom quad-core 2.24GHz processor and 2GB RAM.
2048×1536 pixel display at 326ppi, a 5-megapixel camera. Rear camera is an 8-megapixel one with 6,190mAh battery with fast charging. and it can support 12.5 hours of reading or video playback time from a full charge.
A USB-C connector, reading mode to cut blue light to reduce eye strain.
The 16GB model is priced at US$156.
The 64GB model is priced at US$1,299
Available colors: Champagne gold or dark gray.
In addition to an Android-based MIUI 7 version, Xiaomi will also make a Windows 10 edition of the Mi Pad 2 available in late December. It’ll be interesting to see if the move to carry Microsoft’s OS will help the company take on tablet makers like Asus and Dell.
These devices will be available in China from November 27th.