On Weibo, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun shared the corporate’s product line technique between Mi and Redmi sequence. He additionally added the corporate haven’t any plans to release the Max and Note strains this yr.
Redmi Note 7
End of the Max and Note strains?
Despite their recognition due to its bang-for-the-buck specifications and efficiency, it implies that the Max and Note sequence may well be discontinued this yr.
Screenshot of Lei Jun’s observation
We speculate that the creation of the brand new Okay20 sequence is the rationale at the back of this. It may also reduce the confusion between the fashion naming of Xiaomi for his or her other telephones.
Lei Jun shared that the the Mi logo reminiscent of Mi 9, Mi 9 SE, MIX sequence, and CC will center of attention on cell phone developments for younger folks world wide. It might be proceed to be the corporate’s higher-end line of telephones with robust efficiency.
On the opposite hand, Redmi logo will proceed to be extraordinarily cost-effective and top of the range. It will nonetheless be centered to the e-commerce marketplace as neatly.
The Okay20/Mi 9T may well be the successor of the Note sequence. However, the way forward for the Max line is cloudier than the the Note sequence.
We hope that Xiaomi will proceed to make outsized telephones with extraordinarily massive battery capability.
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