The 2GB RAM edition of the Xiaomi Redmi 2A is now on a discounted sale in China, prices applicable singles day onwards.
Reports coming in from China suggest that the hot Chinese phonemaker Xiaomi could well ditch Qualcomm in favour of homebrew SoCs in the coming time.
Xiaomi’s Lei Jun has Tweeted that the next Xiaomi Redmi 2A will go on sale at just 499 Yuan with Chinese made Leadcore processor.
After the rumours and rumblings Xiaomi have finally revealed details of their latest Redmi model powered by a Chinese made Leadcore processor.
Xiaomi’s $65 phone (that’s what we call it now) is closer to a launch than you think!
Xiaomi are all up in the headlines today, now after receiving its network license for a new budget phone powered by a Leadcore chip and rumoured $65 launch price!
Anyone following Xiaomi’s latests moves will have seen that the phone maker have invested in Chinese SoC producer Leadcore who will likely supply processors for Xiaomi’s new phones, and one could have been shown off already!
Supply chain sources in Taiwan have hinted that Xiaomi are working on releasing a 5000 Yuan Android smartphone in 2015.
Xiaomi are the darling of the Chinese tech world, but as they have grown they have started to step on a few toes, one being their long time partner and chip supply Mediatek.
Xiaomi recently invested in Chinese chip maker Leadcore, and already details of a 399 Yuan ($65) Xiaomi phone are doing the rounds!
It has been revealed today that Xiaomi’s Redmi range could get an all new entry-level price once the company invests in SoC maker Leadcore.
Xiaomi already have their own phones, tablets, TV’s, wearables, UI, and clothes line, so what else could they add to their line up? How about their own chipset?