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Xiaomi may launch a ‘mini Redmi’ phone like the iPhone 12 Mini

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Xiaomi may be looking at launching a small screen Redmi phone after Apple launched the iPhone 12 Mini. Redmi General Manager Lu Weibing confirmed in a Weibo post that the Redmi may consider launching a mini Redmi smartphone like the iPhone 12 Mini. For those unaware, the iPhone 12 Mini comes with a 5.4-inch touchscreen. This size appeals to a lot of smartphone buyers who find it difficult to use phones with bigger screens.
Weibing, however, warned that launching a mini Redmi phone would mean that the device will most likely house a smaller battery. The newly launched iPhone 12 Mini is said to have a 2,227 mAh battery. Given the superior software optimisation in iPhones, Apple may deliver the expected battery life on the iPhone 12 Mini with a smaller battery. But the same may not be true to Android brands.
Xiaomi hasn’t confirmed whether or not Redmi would actually be launching a mini Redmi phone or not but the fact that Xiaomi is taking interest in compact phones can’t be ignored.
Meanwhile, Xiaomi has announced a new 80W Mi Wireless Charging technology which is claimed to charge a 4000mAh battery by 10% in a minute and by 50% in 8 minutes and by 100% in 19 minutes. Recently, the company launched a smartphone, Mi 10 Ultra, with support for 120W fast wired charging and 50W wireless fast charging.
Talking about the 80W wireless technology, Xiaomi said, “The introduction of 80W Mi Wireless Charging Technology is expected to set a new benchmark not only in the area of wireless charging but in charging as a whole. Xiaomi has been spearheading this trend by recognizing the importance of battery life and faster charging for the future development of smartphones.”

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