On Friday, September 3, Xiaomi will present the new Redmi 10 Prime phone, as already announced through a teaser site of the Indian Xiaomi representative. It could be an updated version of the regular Redmi 10. It was also announced that Xiaomi will not use the Mi brand name, which has been in use for 10 years.
Redmi 10 Prime on September 3 – in India
Xiaomi will do it next week Introducing the new Redmi 10 Prime, also reported by Notebookcheck. This indicates a A teaser site from the Chinese manufacturer, the Indian Xiaomi agency Posted. The campaign uses the title “All Round Superstar”, and uses the word “Superstar” on the website for several components, including camera, audio, battery, and gaming convenience. You will have to do without 5G because the Helio SoC from MediaTek does not have an identical modem. The monitor is likely to offer a variable refresh rate of at least 90Hz. Judging by the images, the Xiaomi Redmi 10 Prime is very reminiscent of the regular Redmi 10, so the Redmi 10 Prime could be an updated version of the Redmi 10 already available. The Xiaomi Redmi 10 Prime presentation will be presented on September 3 (Friday). Of course, nothing is known about the pricing or the European version.
No more mememe
The last two letters of the Xiaomi company name, Mi, are normal for many Xiaomi products. Top smartphones have always been called Mi as well as model number and category like Mi 10 Lite, but other products like Xiaomi Mi Band fitness tracker or monitors like Mi Curved Gaming Monitor are “Mi” products. Since PC Welt reports now, Xiaomi will not use the “Mi” brand symbol in the future. This means that after 10 years the end of Mi products. In the future, Xiaomi will only use the company name without another brand and the independent Redmi and Poco brands without “Xiaomi”. It is already happening in many places. The acronym Mi should also stand for “Mobile Internet” and “Mission Impossible” when launched.
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