Started as a software company which offered custom MIUI for Android OS, it later started manufacturing smartphones and shipping their MIUI on their smartphones out of the box.
Fast forward to 2019, we are one of the most popular smartphone brands in the world. Over the years they have introduced different smartphones in different price segments.
In this article, we are going to list out all the upcoming smartphones Xiaomi is going to bring in the year 2019.
Redmi Pro 2
Redmi pro 2 is one of the most awaited smartphones ICF 2019 because of the exciting specification it offers.
If the leaks what you believe, the smartphone is going to be issued 6.3-inch display with the resolution of 1080 X 2340 pixels.
It will be running on Android v9 (Pie) Operating system and will be covered by an Octa-Core processor (2 GHz, dual-core, Kryo 460 + 1.7 GHz, Hexa crore Kryo 460).
The base variant will have 4GB of Ram along with 64GB of onboard memory.
A huge battery of 4000mAh to make it last longer, along with the most talked about, 48 MP rear camera.
The smartphone is soon to be launched by the mid of 2019.
The third generation of Xioami’s camera-centric smartphone series, the Mi A3 is going to be launched in 2019.
Last year, the Xioami Mi 6X (in China) was launched as Xiaomi Mi A2 globally.
And this time around, Xiaomi might do the same, perhaps rebrand some other smartphone model from China, most probably Mi 8 lite.
Although not much has been unveiled at this point of time, one thing is certain that the camera performance is going to be improved from the previous generations, and this too is going to be powered by stock Android, probably Android Pie.
The next generation of Xioami’s flagship smartphone, the Mi Series, will be launched.
The Xiaomi MI 8 was highly inspired by iPhone X, for which Xiaomi was criticized heavily, we just hope that Xioami will bring something different this year and not just a blatant copy of Apple once again.
Xiaomi started a new segment of Smartphones with the Poco series, we call it budget flagships, where the smartphones are powered by the highest processor available in the market at very competitive prices.
Yami is said to be repeating the story once again with the next generation of the poker series the Poco F2.
The Poco F2 who will most probably be powered by Snapdragon 845 chipset (although not confirmed) and would also be bringing the phone with a waterdrop notch.
Apart from the water drop not there is nothing promising to be made available as far as the design of the smartphone is concerned.
It will be more of an incremental update with an update on the specifications of the smartphone. The exciting thing would be, at what price the Poco F2 would be available in the market.
Last year in 2018, Xioami decided to separate the Redmi as a sub-brand of the company.
And the smartphone from the series has already been launched in the form of Redmi 7.
The design of the Redmi series has been refreshed, and it looks quite sleek with glass back and thin bezels.
The waterdrop notch and the dual camera set up has finally made its way to the Redmi series as well with Redmi 7 launch.
The 6.26 HD Plus display with 19:9 aspect ratio, 400mAh battery, 12MP + 2 MP dual rear camera with 8 MP selfie camera.
The smartphone is powered by Snapdragon 632 and is available under Rs 10,000.
Redmi 7 Pro
Redmi 7 Pro is probably going to be the successor of Redmi 6 Pro which was launched in 2018.
All the smartphone is yet to be launched, the specifications that are leaking all over the internet at pretty consistent.
It could be a 5.84 inches 1080 X 2280 resolution IPS LCD display, which could be powered by the Snapdragon 660 chipset.
Having a dual camera setup of 12 MP + 5 MP along with an 8 MP front camera.
Redmi Note 7
The Redmi Note 7 also brings refreshed design, along with some really impressing improvements on the specifications.
The smartphone rings the ability to capture photos at 48 MP, the dual camera set up consists of 48 MP + 5 MP.
The screen size of the phone is 6.3 full HD with water drop notch.
The smartphone is powered by Snapdragon 660 along with the battery capacity of 4000mAh.
The phone is available to purchase from the Mi stores online and offline, along with official online retail partner in India, Flipkart. The phone is called steal deal at Rs 9999
Redmi Note 7 Pro
The Redmi Note 7 Pro is easily the best smartphone you can buy in the budget smartphone segment.
It is powered by Snapdragon 675, has got the dual camera set up of 48MP + 5MP and 13 MP Front Camera.
The screen size of the smartphone is 6.3 inches full HD display with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 having a resolution of 2340×1080.
Along with that, the smartphone comes in two variants of 4 + 64GB and 6 + 128 GB.
Xiaomi has also managed to keep the pricing as competitive as possible, and the phone retails at Rs 13999 in India. It can be bought from the Mi store as well as Flipkart.
The yearly upgrade to the Redmi A series is also on its way in 2019. The smartphone series has reached the 7th generation with Redmi 7A launch.
The smartphone is usually priced under $100, brings the design which is the same as the Redmi series smartphone of the current year, Redmi 7 for this year perhaps.
Although, we cannot expect a dual camera setup and waterdrop notch on this model, let’s be optimistic, since the competition has become tougher with the entry of Realme smartphones in this segment.
Redmi Go is Xioami’s Ultra budget smartphone, which has already launched in China and might soon be available globally as well.
The smartphone is quite handy with a screen size of 5 inch which is an HD display.
The rear camera is 8 megapixels while the front camera 5 megapixels. A 3000mAh battery uses of the smartphone, and with the screen size and HD display, the company claims that the smartphone is capable of giving 10 days of standby time.
Redmi go is powered by Snapdragon 425 chipset and is available in two variants of 1GB + 8GB and 1GB + 16GB
Mi Mix 4
In 2016, Xioami took a bold step by introducing a completely new concept smartphone, with an all screen display.
Thankfully it was received required well by the fans and now, now Xioami is going to bring the fourth generation of this Smartphone in 2019 (well, 5th if we include Mi Mix 2S as well).
Although quite a lot of leaves have started surfacing on the internet, nothing concrete has been reported by any of the tech websites.
In 2018, Xiaomi was able to achieve a completely bezel-less display, thanks to the magnetic slider mechanism, we are not sure if Mi Mix 4 is going to be any different from it.
Maybe it could bring the foldable technology into this series, but Xioami shared a video that went viral and looks completely different smartphone, which we will talk about in the next section.
The Foldable Phone from Xiaomi
By the end of 2018, Xioami released a video that went viral.
It showcased a foldable smartphone from all the sides. And hopefully, we will see the company launching it by the end of 2019.
Check out the video below
Apart from Xioami, two other companies, Samsung and Huawei have showcased their foldable smartphones, which would be launched later in the year.
The interesting thing is, the two companies that showcased their foldable smartphones, have also and be the expected price of their smartphones which comes out roughly as $2,000, which is quite a heavy amount for a smartphone.
Although not much about the phone has been shared from Xioami, it is likely that the foldable smartphone from Xiaomi would cost just half the price of what the other two companies are asking for.
Meaning, it could be well in a range of $900 to $1200.
Folding smartphone can be the next big thing about smartphones since they would allow the users to have a full tablet experience when they open a 5-6 inch smartphone and turn it into a 10-inch tablet.
These are some of the upcoming smartphones from the Army that will be launching in 2019. We are certain that Xiaomi is going to check off its to-do list for the year 2019, and perhaps brings more surprise launches in the coming months.
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