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Xiaomi’s First Dual-camera Smartphone’s Will Hit Indian Market in September

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Xiaomi phones are all the rage in the Indian market currently. According to data for the first quarter of 2017, it holds the second spot in market share in the country, bested only by Samsung. The organization presented its initial two dual-camera cell phones this year – the Mi 6 and Mi 5X – adding an exceedingly refreshing component to its portfolio. Be that as it may, neither of the two has made it to Indian clients right now.

This will soon be changing, as indicated by Manu Kumar Jain, Managing Director at Xiaomi India. By means of his Twitter profile, Jain declared that the first Xiaomi dual-camera smartphone in India will hit the retail stores one month from now. Be that as it may, not exclusively did he neglect to determine which one it would be; however, he additionally inquired as to whether his devotees could guess what smartphone it would be.

We trust that Jain is presumably prodding about the Xiaomi Mi 5X. The handset was discharged in China only seven days back, so it bodes well for it to come to different markets in the next weeks. On the off chance that this ends up being the situation, the Mi 5X will likewise be the first ever handset in India that accompanies MIUI 9 out of the box.

The other alternative would be the Xiaomi Mi 6, yet this was officially launched all the way back in April 2017. While it features lead specs, it may be late to the party, as different smartphones of a similar class have been accessible in India for a long time as of now. Furthermore, last year’s Xiaomi Mi 5 made its Indian debut less than a month after it was launched in China. In this way, if Xiaomi wanted to take the Mi 6 to India, it would have probably done so by now.


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