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These Xiaomi smartphones won't get major updates after MIUI 9

22 Noviembre 2017

We now have new image leaks on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 revealing everything about the front portion of the device, including its FullView 18:9 display.

The Finnish phone maker rolled out Nokia 2 with 1GB RAM and 8GB memory in Europe market earlier this month, and the device is also up for pre-order in the US. Yes, the Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has released the final and stable version of MIUI 9 for the Redmi 4 phone. But it is expected that Xiaomi will soon launch the phone.

The Asus Pegasus 4S is the company's first bezel-less smartphone with the 18:9 aspect ratio display.

The upcoming device or initiative seems to be specifically targeted towards the rural segment. The company has confirmed to push the update by the end on November.

Live images of Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 have been spotted on the Chinese micro-blogging site - Weibo. The basic model of the smartphone is offered with 2 Gb RAM and internal memory capacity of 16 Gb worth of six thousand virtually any.

Xiaomi recently rolled out MIUI 9 for Redmi Note 4, Mi Max 2 in India. What do you think about this decision from the company, they could have supported the smartphones like the Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime and the Xiaomi Mi 4i right?

These Xiaomi smartphones won't get major updates after MIUI 9

To remind you, the Redmi 4 was launched in India in May this year with Android Marshmallow-based MIUI 8.

The Chinese technology giant has reduced the price of its fastest selling Redmi Note 4 smartphone which is taken as a hint of the launch of its successor. the Redmi Note 5 is expected to come at a price lower than that of the Redmi Note 4 at the time of its launch.

Others than that Honor 7X is powered by the octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 659 SoC, with 4GB RAM.

Xiaomi, which last raised equity capital at a valuation of $45 billion in late 2014, sells its phones in some 60 countries.

Finally, Mr. Jun told Livemint that the company wasn't planning to list its shares in the near future. The company has launched a number of products there in recent years.

Xiaomi has adjusted its roadmap for future MIUI custom ROM updates for its smartphones. "We haven't made any losses except in 2015 when we lost a little bit of money because of working on global expansion". Enter your email to be subscribed to our newsletter.

These Xiaomi smartphones won't get major updates after MIUI 9