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Xiaomi also refreshes 'Mi TV' series in India. (Wikimedia Commons)

Refreshing its budget Redmi series, Chinese handset maker Xiaomi on Wednesday launched Redmi 6, Redmi 6A and Redmi 6 Pro in India.

Redmi 6 will be available starting September 10 on Mi.com and Flipkart in 3GB RAM + 32GB storage variant for Rs 7,999 and 3GB RAM + 64GB onboard storage version for Rs 9,499.


The device will be available at this introductory price for two months, the company said in a statement.

It sports Helio P22 chipset with 12nm processor, which consumes about 48 per cent lesser power than comparable 28nm chipsets.

Redmi 6 comes with a 5.45-inch 18:9 full screen HD+ display. It has a polycarbonate back panel with the feel of brushed metal surface and has an arc design.

“With the only smartphones in its segment with 12nm architecture, we hope Redmi 6A and Redmi 6 will be worthy successors in the market with their performance,” said Raghu Reddy, Head-Category and Online Sales, Xiaomi India.


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“Redmi 6 Pro with AI dual camera and an astounding two-day battery is also another proof of Xiaomi’s focus on providing best specs at an honest pricing,” Reddy added.

Redmi 6A is the successor to Redmi 5A and comes with 5.45-inch 18:9 full screen display with an HD+ resolution.

It sports Helio A22 chip and a 13MP rear camera.

Redmi 6A (2GB RAM + 16GB storage) variant has been launched at Rs 5,999 while 2GB RAM + 32GB storage costs Rs 6,999. The device would be available on Mi.com and Amazon, starting September 19.

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Redmi 6 Pro comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 and has an AI dual camera along with 4,000mAh battery to deliver a two-day battery life, the company claimed.

The device has 12MP + 5MP dual rear cameras and 19:9 full screen display with FHD+ resolution.

Redmi 6 Pro 3GB RAM + 32GB storage is priced at Rs 10,999 while 4GB RAM + 64GB storage variant is priced at Rs 12,999. The device would be available on Mi.com and Amazon starting September 11. (IANS)


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