New technologies are still advancing and a 5G network is being introduced everywhere. In China, this network seems to be deploying much faster than in Europe. Xiaomi wants to keep up with progress and will not launch the Redmi Note 0 Pro series in China yet. It also ends with smartphones without 5G over 2000 yuan (256 €) on the domestic market.
No Redmi Note 9 Pro yet, flourishing for the Redmi K30
Lu Weibing, CEO of Redmi, said in a contribution to the Weibo social network that the new Redmi Note 9 Pro series will be focused only on foreign markets. Finally, he added that the Chinese market will focus on products with 5G support.
Added the hashtag #Redmi K30 Pro soon. From this we conclude that the company will focus mainly on the Redmi K30 series with 5G support. We could also expect a new series of smartphones from Redmi.
From this it is clear why the introduction of the Redmi Note 9 Pro and Redmi Note 9 Pro Max smartphones took place in India this year. In India, 5G technology is almost not widespread at all, which is why Redmi Note smartphones are very popular here. We expect the Redmi Note series to continue in Europe, where it is also very successful.
Xiaomi CC9 Pro in China ends
The company will withdraw from sale all middle and upper class smartphones, which are more expensive than 2000 yuan, which is 256 euros / 6800 CZK, and do not have 5G connectivity. This also applies to the Xiaomi CC9 Pro, known to Europe as the Mi Note 10.
According to the CEO, it is a smartphone with a short future because it does not have the latest telecommunications technology.
Lu Weibing commented: “The CC9 Pro will be phased out immediately. All 4G products over 2000 yuan will be phased out. 5G has arrived and no one can stop it… ”He announced this on March 14/2020 in his contribution to Weibo.
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