Xiaomi Pakistan Launched Redmi 6, Redmi 6A, Mi 8 and Mi Band 3
Global technology leader Xiaomi visited Pakistan for the first time to attend the Mega Launch Event which announced the arrival of Redmi 6, Redmi 6A, Mi 8 and Mi Band 3.
Formerly the launch of Xiaomi products in Pakistan was done via Social Media and E-Commerce platforms. This official launch event has marked the territory for upcoming models and paved new ways for the global team to stay connected and engaged with the Mi community in Pakistan.
This euphoric event was a historic moment which reflected and honoured Xiaomi’s journey in Pakistan. Xiaomi initially started its journey with the support of a single distributor but the rapidly increasing demand for high quality Xiaomi products has created the need for another distributor to come on board this exciting and fruitful journey.
The event featured the launch of three smartphone models: Redmi 6, Redmi 6A, Mi 8 and a treat for the fitness enthusiast, the water resistant Mi Band 3.
The event was the highlight of the promises and success stories of Xiaomi in bringing its innovation to Pakistan and can be seen as a milestone for future growth.
The best Android smartphone of 2018 with the world’s first dual-frequency GPS
Powered by its one of a kind Innovative culture, Xiaomi has made record-breaking advancements in technology, leaving a mark with its latest Flagship smartphone Mi 8.
Mi 8 is an ideal unification of style, ergonomics and quality. It includes a four-sided bent glass backboard, aviation-grade aluminum frame and a 2.5D glass screen. It sports a 6.21-inch FHD+ Samsung AMOLED full-screen show with an 18.7:9 aspect ratio and 86.68% screen-to-body proportion.
Mi 8 is big when it comes to positioning – it’s the first phone to support the L5 band of GPS signal, supposedly making it that much more precise in dense urban environments. The main sensor on the Mi 8 is a 12MP Sony IMX363 with a size of 1/2.55” (pixel size 1.4 microns). The lens has an aperture of f/1.8 and the camera features PDAF phase detection autofocus with Dual Pixel technology as well as a 4-axis OIS optical stabilizer.
Mi 8 will be available in black color at an amazing price of Rs 64,999.
The entry-level dual camera king and entry-level smartphone king
Redmi 6 is the successor of Redmi 5. It gets highlights such as face to unlock and 18”9 display and a dual camera setup that is mounted horizontally at the back along with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
On the other hand, Redmi 6A is the successor of Redmi 5A. Both smartphones support a 5.45 inch HD display with 18:9 aspect ratio and the pixel density of 295 PPI. Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A have an 80.7% screen to body ratio, are dual sim devices and have dedicated micros SD card slots accepting cards up to 256GB.
Redmi 6 is powered by the Helio P22 SoC processor and comes with two variants 3GB+32GB and 4GB+64GB. Redmi 6A, on the other hand, is powered by helio A22SoC and comes in with two variants 2GB+16GB and 2GB+32GB. Both smartphones have a 3000 mAh battery capacity. Redmi 6 has a dual setup at the back consisting of a 12MP primary sensor and 5MP secondary sensor with a pixel size of 1.25 microns. It has a 5MP selfie camera at the front.
Redmi 6A gets a single 13MP camera with an f/2.2 aperture. It also has a 5MP selfie camera that has a portrait feature for selfies and video calling.
Both models will be available in Blue, Black, Grey at a price of Rs. 19,999 and Rs. 14,999 respectively.
The latest addition to Mi Band series
Xiaomi’s contributions to innovation and technology at an honest pricing has led to its popularity in the wearable devices category. Xiaomi launched its Mi Band 2 back in 2016 with an OLED display, heart rate and sleep pattern tracking. Keeping up with the similar aura, Xiaomi has launched Mi Band 3— at its centre, it is a moderate method to quantify your daily tracking, sleep pattern, and direct notifications from your smartphone to your wrist.
Adding to the features of Mi Band 2, Mi Band 3 now facilitates real-time sports data. It allows you to track your workout in real time by simply reflecting on the touchscreen display. All stats in reference with the workout are being tracked to evaluate the fitness workout and make assessments accordingly. The advanced pedometer algorithm depicts even more systematic and effective reporting.
Likely the most exceedingly foreseen highlight of Mi Band 3 is its 5 ATM water resistance, a tremendous update from the former IP67 water resistance. Users have the liberty to swim with their Mi Band 3 up to a profundity of 50m. Incredible news for swimmers!
The bigger 0.78-inch OLED board (with a determination of 128×80) is especially helpful for a better display as the Mi Band 3 can fit more data on the screen. Moreover, one of its biggest draws is an incredibly long battery life. The 110mAh battery inside (up from 70mAh in Mi Band 2) can easily last 20 days before needing a recharge.