Xiaomi Redmi 5 PlusThe Xiaomi Redmi 5 features dual SIM and microSD card support, a headphone jack, and fast charging. The big 6" screen is the most noticeable thing about this phone, but the thin side bezels mean it is still usable with one hand. That extra size means there's more space available for a battery: in this case, a big 4000mAh version. That translates to up to two days between charges in normal use, and at least a full day even when you're pushing the phone hard. Available with either 3GB RAM/32GB storage, or 4GB/64GB, a range of color options variations, it stands out in a crowded market.
Xiaomi A2 LiteThe Xiaomi A2 Lite smartphone merges price and feature set really well, giving you passable speeds and good storage headroom at 64GB. If you do want to expand what the phone can hold, there's a microSD slot that will accommodate up to 256GB more. It's loaded up with a 2GHz Snapdragon 625 processor, and it runs Android One which will give you a smooth performance. There's a 12MP+5MP pair of cameras on that back giving you multiple focal length options, portrait modes, and AI-supported software. There's a 4,000 mAh battery. The 5.84-inch FHD display sports 432ppi, so you will have a decently crisp screen.
Xiaomi Mi A1The Mi A1 is an attractive phone, with solid mid-range specifications. There's 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, fast charging, dual SIM and microSD card support, and dual cameras with 2x optical zoom that takes reasonable photos especially in good lighting. Typically, it should offer a full day between charges, and there's even a headphone jack. Google's Android One program changes the criticism that many low-cost Android phones come with unnecessary software they come with, and the lack of regular updates after release. The Mi A1 promises stock Android and consistent updates for at least two years.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5The Redmi Note 5, also known as the Note 5 Pro in India, is available in several configurations. With 3-6GB of RAM, 32/64GB storage, and four available colors, Xiaomi is covering its bases well. Regardless of which version you pick, the Snapdragon 636 processor delivers impressive performance, and the vibrant six-inch display looks good both indoors and out. It features a micro-USB charging port and includes a 4000mAh battery that easily lasts a day and a half. The camera takes excellent shots in daylight, and even low-light photos look pretty impressive.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2SThe Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S brings true flagship performance and specs with the latest CPU, oodles of RAM, a stunning screen and a new premium camera setup. It operates on the snapdragon 845 CPU. For the design and quality, the Mi Mix 2S looks incredible and oozes class, constructed with a metal frame and ceramic body. Bear in mind though that the ceramic back is something of a finger print magnet. The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S also features a dual camera set up. DxO, the smartphone industry standard for testing camera performance, have scored the Mi Mix 2S a mark of 97 which means it is a great camera.
Xiaomi Pocophone F1 Designed for a western audience from the get-go, the Xiaomi Pocophone F1 comes with a leaner version of MIUI OS, infrared Face-Unlock, excellent rear dual cameras, liquid cooled internals and a beautiful FHD+ notch display. The Pocophone F1 uses the flagship level Snapdragon 845 coupled with 6GB's of RAM and a 64/128GB storage choice. With Battery life, the F1 is impressive with a fast-charge ready USB Type-C connection to a 4000mAh non-removable battery. The Xiaomi Pocophone F1 has severally been described as a smartphone that doesn't compromise on the price or performance.
Xiaomi Mi X3The Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 comes with 10GB's of RAM. It operates on the Snapdragon 845 OS and boasts of the flipping magnetic sliding mechanism. Literally put, the Mi Mix 3 is a phone of two halves, which use magnets to slide over each other revealing the dual 12MP selfie snappers! It’s also the first phone to feature Xiaomi's latest MIUI 10 Android OS which promises more customisation and swipey gesture navigation. Plus it'll feature 10w wireless fast charging across all the versions. It features a hiding-the-selfie-camera trend which means that the beautiful Samsung made AMOLED Display is totally notch-less.
Xiaomi Black Shark 2The Xiaomi Black Shark 2 is a made with gamers in mind featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB RAM or more and 128GB storage. It also incorporates other technologies meant to improve gaming experience on the device alongside a 4000mAh battery to ensure the device serves a long time. While you get stereo speakers, there is no 3.5mm audio jack. The Samsung-made AMOLED panel is also home to a pressure-sensitive system that adds more functionality to the screen for superior gaming. The display screen has further been optimized for enhanced gaming by improving color accuracy, lowering the touch latency and reducing screen flickering, especially at low brightness levels.
Xiaomi Mi 9The Xiaomi Mi 9 is a medium sized smartphone that has three lenses on the back for photography purposes. The lenses are dedicated to shooting standard, telephoto and ultra-wide photos, making it one of the most balanced camera array on any phone. The Mi 9 has a 6.39-inch super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, a qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855 processor, options of 6/8GB RAM, options of 64/128GB storage, a main camera consisting of 48MP + 12MP + 16MP with dual-LED flash, HDR, panorama and also has a selfie shooter of 20MP. The Mi 9 has a 3070mAh battery. The Mi9 also features an impressive in-display fingerprint scanner.
Xiaomi Mi Max 3If you are a fan of big screens, Xiaomi Mi Max 3 is a great option featuring a 6.9 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen. It features a Qualcomm SDM636 Snapdragon 636. The phone also comes with a fast battery charging 18W non-removable Li-Ion 5500 mAh battery unit. This smartphone further spices things up by including a 12 MP and 5MP dual-lens main camera on the back as well as an 8MP selfie camera. Although the Mi Max 3 has Android 8 Oreo preinstalled, you can be sure of an update to Android 9 Pie.