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Xiaomi 10th Anniversary Event

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If that K30 Ultra launches in Malaysia at that price or even $300 .

 

IT WOULD BE ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!


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I hope Xiaomi tries to stay a flagship killer and doesn’t become a flagship maker themselves 


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Holy crap 120 watt fast charging? Is that even allowed by the USB specs? Sounds like like a pretty bad idea.

 

 

That Redmi K30 Pro Ultra sounds like a fantastic phone though. It's basically just a K30 Pro with a different SoC (Dimensity 1000+ vs Snapdragon 865) and a significant price reduction.

The Dimensity 1000 is not even a bad SoC. It's obviously no SD 865, but it is upper mid-range tier, easily beating the Snapdragon 765 found in the OnePlus Nord and Pixel 4A.

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15 hours ago, LAwLz said:

Holy crap 120 watt fast charging? Is that even allowed by the USB specs? Sounds like like a pretty bad idea.

 

 

That Redmi K30 Pro Ultra sounds like a fantastic phone though. It's basically just a K30 Pro with a different SoC (Dimensity 1000+ vs Snapdragon 865) and a significant price reduction.

The Dimensity 1000 is not even a bad SoC. It's obviously no SD 865, but it is upper mid-range tier, easily beating the Snapdragon 765 found in the OnePlus Nord and Pixel 4A.

just a small correction: the pixel 4a has a SD730


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15 hours ago, LAwLz said:

Holy crap 120 watt fast charging? Is that even allowed by the USB specs? Sounds like like a pretty bad idea.

 

 

That Redmi K30 Pro Ultra sounds like a fantastic phone though. It's basically just a K30 Pro with a different SoC (Dimensity 1000+ vs Snapdragon 865) and a significant price reduction.

The Dimensity 1000 is not even a bad SoC. It's obviously no SD 865, but it is upper mid-range tier, easily beating the Snapdragon 765 found in the OnePlus Nord and Pixel 4A.

Dimensity+ actually isn't that far off from SD 865. Is easily challenging SD 855.

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The Chinese smartphone maker introduces new models of Mitu figurines occasionally on the occasion of festivals and achievements. But the upcoming models will be limited editions to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Xiaomi UPSers

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I do like my Xiaomi phone atm, but it's weird that everyone is up in arms about Huawei and not Xiaomi as well. Does anyone know why that is? Is Xiaomi not as big as Huawei? 

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1 hour ago, HempBoosh said:

I do like my Xiaomi phone atm, but it's weird that everyone is up in arms about Huawei and not Xiaomi as well. Does anyone know why that is? Is Xiaomi not as big as Huawei? 

I don't want to get political but it's hard to answer that question without going there.

 

I think the ban on Huawei has more to do with Huawei becoming a market leader and taking market share from US companies, which the US obviously don't like. If Xiaomi starts becoming a threat (money wise) to US companies then I wouldn't be surprised if they will meet the same faith as Huawei.

Or maybe the smartphone market isn't as important as things like enterprise networking.

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Isn't also something with Huawei being state (China) sponsored and China owned (partially) where Xiaomi, as far as I know is a privately held company that doesn't have anything or much to do with Chinese government? Also Huawei makes modems and networking equipment found in gov servers and systems where Xiaomi doesn't.

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18 minutes ago, RejZoR said:

Isn't also something with Huawei being state (China) sponsored and China owned (partially) where Xiaomi, as far as I know is a privately held company that doesn't have anything or much to do with Chinese government? Also Huawei makes modems and networking equipment found in gov servers and systems where Xiaomi doesn't.

Huawei is as much of a private company as is possible in China. Everything that has to do with "Huawei is owned by the Chinese government" also applies to Xiaomi.

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You won't find Xiaomi modems and networking equipment. Unlike Huawei. That's one of major reasons why western govs are hating on them. Xiaomi might infiltrate your robot vacuum cleaner and your air filter though...

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I cant wait for k30 Pro with mediatek to come to EU, if they ever will go Global, those flagship killer prices are amazing, i love mediatek even if they had shit CPU's in the past, i hope they keep coming back and make good $$$ to counter Qualcom now that Huawei is out of the game and Samsung will stop custom Exynos and use Arm default and Qualcom chips, we really need Mediatek to step up.

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