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Xiaomi 14 5G

The Xiaomi 14, Highlighted by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, the Xiaomi 14 boasts significant RAM and storage options, along with impressive display brightness and charging speeds. Actual performance will be assessed through testing. Its design maintains a premium feel with a flat screen, curved back, and rectangular camera island. Available colors include Black, White with the latter offering a fresh aesthetic.
Featuring a 6.36-inch AMOLED screen with high brightness and a dynamic refresh rate, the display aims to offer a stellar visual experience even in bright conditions.
Equipped with Leica-branded camera systems, the Xiaomi 14 series introduces features like LightFusion 900 image sensor and redesigned ultrawide and telephoto lenses.

Powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, early benchmarks indicate strong performance, supported by ample RAM and storage configurations.
Transitioning from MIUI to HyperOS, the device runs Android 14 with integrated AI features like AI Subtitles, AI Album Search, and Xiaomi HyperMind for enhanced user experience.
With a 4,610mAh battery and fast charging capabilities, the Xiaomi 14 aims to provide a reliable battery life with quick recharge times.

Xiaomi Redmi 12C

The Xiaomi Redmi 12C is a mid-range smartphone from Xiaomi, released in January 2023. Although not as powerful as some of their flagship models, it still offers great features and performance at an affordable price. The Redmi 12C has a 6.71 inch LCD IPS screen with a resolution of 720 x 1650 (HD+) and 500 cd/m² (typ) brightness, 1500:1 contrast ratio, and 82.2% usable surface. It is made of plastic material and looks stylish. Under the hood, the Redmi 12C is powered by the MediaTek Helio G85 (MT6769V/CZ) (12nm) processor paired with 4GB, 6GB or 3GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 64GB or 128GB of eMMC 5.1 storage. It also supports external storage via a microSD card in a slot card tray. On the benchmarking front, it scored 251300 on AnTuTu v9. In terms of camera, the Redmi 12C features a dual-camera setup which consists of a standard 50.0MP f/1.8 CMOS sensor and a macro lens with 2.0MP f/2.4. It also has a 5MP selfie shooter. Connectivity-wise, it comes with Bluetooth 5.1, dual SIM, audio jack, and infrared. For power, the Redmi 12C packs a 5000mAh battery and supports 10W fast charging. This should be enough to get you through a day of usage with ease. Overall, the Xiaomi Redmi 12C is a great mid-range smartphone from Xiaomi that offers good performance at an affordable price. It looks good, is well-built and has good connectivity options. It has decent cameras and can perform well in gaming and multitasking. The battery backup should also be good. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly phone with good features, the Redmi 12C could be a great choice.

Xiaomi Redmi 13C

The Xiaomi Redmi 13c, among the main characteristics of the Redmi 13C are a 6.74-inch screen with a frame rate of 90 Hz, a 5 MP front camera, a main triple camera (50 MP, 2 and 2 MP), MediaTek Helio G99 SoC, a 5000 mAh battery with 18W charging support. The 13C packs a 8MP front-facing camera; around the back, there's a 50MP f/1.8 main shooter and a 2MP macro. The 5,000mAh battery takes 18W charging but there's a 10W brick in the box.

Xiaomi 13T

The Xiaomi 13T comes in three different color options, Meadow Green, Alpine Blue and Black and both the 13T and 13T Pro IP68 certification. This year’s Xiaomi 13T series features a flat display. Xiaomi 13T comes with a 6.67-inch 1.5K 144 Hz OLED display. Additionally, Xiaomi 13T boasts a display with a brightness of 2600 nits, which means it is brighter than the displays found on most of the flagship devices in 2023. Xiaomi 13T is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 8200-Ultra chipset. While it may not be MediaTek’s most powerful chipset, it still promises to deliver excellent performance. The phone opts for UFS 3.1 as its storage unit. It packs a 5000 mAh battery with 67W fast charging, it’s not fast as the 13T Pro but it’s quite good for most of the people.

Xiaomi Redmi Pad SE

The Xiaomi has officially released the Redmi Pad SE in the Philippines. It features an 11-inch display with adaptive 90Hz refresh, 8000mAh battery, and equips the Snapdragon 680 SoC. The chipset is a Snapdragon 680, built on the 6 nm process technology. It is a fairly old platform, as it arrived in early 2021, but we don't expect a powerhouse in this price category. In fact, this could be a great SoC for the Redmi Pad SE – we'll know for sure once we go through our regular tests and benchmarks. Our first impressions from the performance are the UI is smooth, and the 90 Hz could prove itself worthy when browsing or using the native player. Xiaomi introduced MIUI Pad 14, which is an adapted version of MIUI 14 for big screens. Тhe apps feel native and not stretched; video also looks good. The 11” LCD is certified for low blue light, meaning it would be a great device for reading and learning. In theory, it can reach 400 nits and 1500:1 contrast, but once again, we have to use our own tools to determine how authentic these results are in real-life scenarios. There are four speakers with Dolby Atmos and Hi-Res Audio support, placed 2x2 on the right and left side (when held horizontally), and we are quite happy to see a 3.5 mm audio jack. The battery has an 8,000 mAh capacity, which sounds promising for an endurance test. However, it is rated for 10W, meaning it would take some time for the cell to get from 0 to 100% with the charger provided in the box. 

Xiaomi Redmi A1

The Xiaomi Redmi A1 is a budget-friendly smartphone that features a 6.52-inch HD+ display, 8 Megapixel dual rear camera system, and a 5 Megapixel selfie camera. It runs on a MediaTek Helio A22 chipset with 2GB of RAM, Android 12 Go Edition OS and MIUI 12 interface. There's also 4G LTE connectivity, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 32GB of expandable storage via micro-SD. A large 5,000mAh battery powers the device with support for 10W charging rate via micro-USB port.