A new notebook called the Redmi Book Pro will also tag along, but unlike the Redmi K40 which should get a global release, this will most likely be exclusive to China.
By Habeeb Onawole
No less than five phones from Redmi, Realme, and OPPO will be announced next week. Most of these phones will just be making their debut while others have been announced earlier but are heading to new markets. There will also be a handful of other products such as headphones and speakers from these brands.
Xiaomi – New Earphones and Bluetooth Speaker
Xiaomi will kick off the week with the launch of two new audio products in India. The manufacturer announced earlier this month that it will announce the products on Monday, February 22. From the teasers provided, we have been able to deduce that the two products are a pair of neckband-style earphones and a Bluetooth speaker. The teaser below for the former hints at it having noise cancellation.
Reno5 and Reno5F lands in Africa
The Reno5 series has been making its way across the globe and on February 22, it will land in Africa, Kenya to be specific. OPPO will announce the Reno5 alongside a new model in the series called the Reno5 F.
The Reno5 F will pack an AMOLED display that has a punch hole at the top left corner. It will also have four rear cameras, a MediaTek processor, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, an audio jack, a 4310mAh battery, and support for 30W fast charging.
Realme – Narzo 30 series and realme Buds Air TWS earbuds
The focus will shift to Realme on Wednesday, the 24th of February when it takes the wrap off its new Narzo 30 Pro and Narzo 30A smartphones. There are rumors the former will be India’s cheapest 5G smartphone and it has already been confirmed that it will have a Dimensity 800U 5G processor and a display with a 120Hz refresh rate.
The manufacturer will also announce the second generation realme Buds Air at the event.
Redmi unveils the K40 series and RedmiBook Pro in China
On February 25, Redmi will announce its 2021 flagship phones, the Redmi K40 and Redmi K40 Pro in China. The two phones will come with the best-in-class 120Hz AMOLED displays and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 processor.
A new notebook called the RedmiBook Pro will also tag along, but unlike the Redmi K40 which should get a global release, this will most likely be exclusive to China.
Xiaomi takes the Mi 11 to Singapore
Following the global (read European) unveiling of the Mi 11, Xiaomi will be taking the phone to other markets. Singapore is next on the list and they will be getting the flagship on February 25.
Originally published at Gizmo china