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Best Xiaomi Phones of 2019 – China’s Apple!

Xiaomi is no longer a new name in the world of Android mobile. It has taken the mobile market by storm recently. Xiaomi has huge share of market within China and India. It has also aggressively expanded its market in South Asian countries like Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan. Now moving towards Europe and likely to hit USA mobile market in 2019.
Xiaomi mobiles are not only attractive but also powerful in features which can be compared to flagship mobiles of top Brands like Samsung and Apple.
Let’s get to the Best Xiaomi mobile phones of 2019 which were released in 2018

1. Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro

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Released on: September 2018

Fancy in-display fingerprint sensor, Powerful performance 6/8 GB RAM, decent cameras. This is a great all-rounder phone at a reasonable price.

It is an incredible buy at a moderate price – there’s no reason not to consider it in your shopping list.

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2. Xiaomi Mi 8

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Released on: June 2018

Astonishing value, insane performance, awesome photography, a larger than ever 18.7:9 AMOLED display and a cool new 3D Face recognition feature are all reasons why you should rush out and buy the Mi 8.

Missing: Wireless charging, waterproofing and a Quad-HD screen, and that the highly anticipated in-display fingerprint.

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3. Xiaomi Mi Mix 3

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Released on: November 2018

Mi Mix 3 is one of several new slider phones that shows how the concept should work. Not only allowing a proper full-screen display, but adding new quick-access functionality to the phone.

Cons: Mi Mix 3 is not a huge upgrade over the 2S and the loses its 18K gold camera surround.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 is one of a kind, Apple, Samsung, Huawei, Oppo and all the others have nothing quite like this.

xiaomi mi mix 3

4. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S

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Released on: April 2018

Performance and design of Mi Mix 2S is awesome – wireless charging, faster performance and a dual-camera that builds in AI. Price is really something to consider given the features matches with top flagship brands.

Cons: Poorly positioned front camera and a mono speaker. Battery life could have been better

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S

5. Xiaomi Pocophone F1

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Released on: August 2018

Xiaomi is one of the best high-spec Chinese phone with such a low price. It might not be the thinnest and lightest phone around but the design is still attractive and desirable.
This phone can easily be the alternative of Mi8 but with low price.

Xiaomi Pocophone F1

6. Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite

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Released on: September 2018

Mi8 Lite is actually mid-range phone with awesome design and decent hardware.
There aren’t many devices around this price point that could match the performance of the Mi 8 Lite and those that do, usually have a slightly higher asking price.

xiaomi mi 8 lite

Cons: Battery Life could be better. There is no 3.5mm jack. Camera is a bit inconsistent.

7. Xiaomi Mi A2

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Released on: July 2018

Xiaomi Mi A2 combines decent build quality with a nice display, good all-round performance and a well-specced trio of cameras.
It out-specs and out-performs every other phone in our budget smartphone chart.

Cons: Battery life is disappointing and display quality under sunlight is verry poor.

Xiaomi Mi A2

8. Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite

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Released on: July 2018

The Mi A2 Lite has a premium design with 19:9 notch display, dual rear cameras and decent performance. Storage is generous, and we like the fact you can bolster the 64GB internal space with microSD cards up to 256GB in capacity without sacrificing dual-SIM support. A great budget buy.

xiaomi Mi8 A2 lite

9. Xiaomi Mi Note 3

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Released on: September 2018

The Mi Note 3 is a downgrade on the Mi6 or let’s say the Mi Note 2. This appeals with a lower price and attractive premium design.
It has decent dual-camera with overall good design.

Xiaomi Mi Note 3

10. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5

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Released on: February 2018

The Redmi 5 Plus brings a single new feature over the Redmi Note 4, the wide screen. We can see how it may not be enough to justify upgrading, so Redmi Note 4 owners might as well decide to sit tight and wait for Nougat. Everyone else looking for a reasonably priced phablet might want to give the 5 Plus a good look.

Price is OK with these features. However take into consideration – Old Micro-USB port, lack of Quick Charge support and partly plastic build.

redmi note 5

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