Redmi K50i comes with improvements for gamers and 5G capability and more CPU power efficiency

An updated model of its well-liked “K” series of smartphones has been released by Redmi, a subsidiary of the Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi.The Redmi K50i 5G from Xiaomi’s Redmi has been released with 5G capability in one country so far, but it will soon be available in other nations.

Redmi K50i  5G

The “K50i” from Xiaomi‘s Redmi has been released with 5G capability in one country so far, but it will soon be available in other nations.

MediaTek Dimensity 8100
The phone’s Dimensity 8100 chip powers the MIUI 13 and Android 12 operating systems that are both included.

The Dimensity 8100 improves gaming with up to 20% greater GPU frequency than the Dimensity 8000 and over 25% better CPU power-efficiency over our previous generation Dimensity chips thanks to its use of the TSMC N5 (5nm-class) fabrication process.

With an octa-core CPU that can run at up to 2.85GHz and the most recent Arm Mali-G610 MC6 graphics engine, users can enjoy smooth, high frame rate gaming in popular games while also saving up to 20% more power than competing options. This allows players to play for a longer period of time on battery power.

LiquidCool 2.0

The concept of heat dissipation underlies the liquid cooling system in smartphones. The heat pipe with the cooling liquid is already installed in the devices using this technology. This pipe absorbs the extra heat produced by the processor, which evaporates the liquid inside the pipe. The liquid condenses, which aids in heat transfer and progressively lowers the ambient temperature.

A 16-megapixel selfie camera with a hole punch is included in the “K50i,” which also has a 6.6-inch screen.

On the phone’s back, there are three cameras: a 64 megapixel primary camera, an 8 megapixel secondary camera, and a 2 megapixel macro camera.

The phone has a strong 5080mAh battery and a 67W charger, as well as a sturdy headphone port.

While the business improved the mobile’s camera technology, it also incorporated Dolby technology in the device’s twin speakers.

The company offers the phone in three distinct colors, with 6 and 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.

The 6GB RAM module costs 73,000 Pakistani rupees, while the 8GB RAM module costs 82,000 rupees, according to the manufacturer.

Although the business initially exclusively introduced the phone in India, it will soon be available online at a few global retailers and in other regional nations, including Pakistan.

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What are the best Xiaomi smartphones in 2022?

Born eleven years ago, Xiaomi has come a long way since its beginnings as a small unknown manufacturer very inspired by Apple. The brand has managed to build a separate identity and has since diversified considerably, with smartphones as the focal point of its catalog.

You can now find Xiaomi products everywhere, from scooters around the corner to the smart bulb in the ceiling light.

The brand’s DNA has not changed, however, a Xiaomi smartphone focuses above all on finding the right value for money, with special attention paid to the software. The MIUI interface is in its thirteenth version and offers one of the strongest biases in the Android universe. It won’t please everyone, but the care that goes into it is undeniable.

With 12 Pro, the Chinese manufacturer affirms its status as a market juggernaut with a design worthy of its prestige.

The Xiaomi 12 Pro incorporates a 6.73-inch OLED screen offering a definition in WQHD + or 3200×1440. The refresh is able to climb up to 120 Hz but above all to adapt to your consumption. In terms of performance, the interface offers superb brightness. It’s a great screen.

The internal power is provided by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip and 12 GB of RAM memory. Qualcomm’s latest processor provides good performance in game even if some settings are to be taken into account. The general experience is completed by MIUI 13 which is of good quality even if the software is not impeccable.

The smartphone has a 4600 mAh battery and the capacity to last a full day. Above all, it has a 120 W fast charge, capable of putting it to 100% in half an hour. On the rear side, there are three 50-megapixel sensors that offer good shots.

In short, Xiaomi’s new flagship ticks all the boxes to succeed an already excellent Mi 11


After a Mi 11 that broke the record, Xiaomi is trying to decline its winning recipe by making it more accessible with this Mi 11i. First major change: the Mi 11i is content with a simple, flat screen. If the latter remains of very good quality (it is even brighter), it goes to a Full HD + definition. Fortunately, OLED and adaptive 120 Hz remain on the menu.

Under the hood, however, things do not change since we find the Snapdragon 888 , still as muscular. Whether in game or in the system, we are faced with a model of fluidity. If the screen consumes a little less, the autonomy does not increase on the other hand, Xiaomi having slightly reduced the capacity of the battery. So we always have a good day. The fast charge, on the other hand, goes from 55 to 30 W, which results in a full tank in 45 min. Another victim of the savings plan: wireless charging.

The photo module is unchanged and therefore generally very effective. We particularly appreciate that Xiaomi does not try to overly saturate the shots.

While it’s generally a very good phone, the Mi 11i suffers from awkward positioning. It is indeed hardly less expensive than its big brother and if the modifications remain marginal, they are worth in our opinion the few tens of additional euros. Worse, at the time of writing both smartphones are available at the same price.


The latest addition to the very large Xiaomi family, the 11T Pro arrives with a simple promise: high-end performance at a contained price. The design of the device could not be more classic and the machine is rather comfortable to use. However, it will be criticized for a photo module which makes it particularly wobbly when laid flat.

The screen is of quality since we are in the presence of an OLED FHD + panel at 120 Hz adaptive. We noted a good luminosity which makes the screen easily readable even in direct sunlight. Surprisingly, however, the fingerprint sensor is not under the screen, but installed under a button on the edge. A bit of a shame considering its price.

The processor is the now classic Snapdragon 888, which, coupled with 8 GB of RAM, ensures solid performance in all situations. But it is especially on the battery side that the 11T Pro stands out. If its autonomy of a good day is very classic, it benefits from a ridiculously fast 120 W charger. It fills up in just 15 minutes!

For the photo the results are mixed. If the main sensor is very correct, the ultra wide-angle is struggling, with a clear lack of brightness and contrast. Above all, low-light performance is poor. However, we must salute the quality of the macro mode.

Xiaomi 12 Pro smartphone to bring a real surprise

Xiaomi 12 Pro

Xiaomi 11T Pro
Xiaomi will soon introduce some new high-end smartphones. Many details about the Xiaomi 12, 12 Pro and 12 Ultra have already surfaced. But now there is a new rumor that the Xiaomi 12 Pro has an additional feature that the Chinese company has rarely used so far. This would change the design of the smartphone significantly.

Xiaomi 12 Pro with sub-display camera?
A lot of information about the new Xiaomi 12 smartphones has surfaced in the last few weeks and months. The Xiaomi 12 Ultra should lose its second display on the back and get a huge camera in return. Then the normal Xiaomi 12 should get a smaller battery, which also doesn’t charge as quickly . According to a new source, the Xiaomi 12 Pro should now be equipped with a sub-display camera (source: XaiomiUI ).

That would be a big step for Xiaomi, because so far a sub-display camera has only been installed in the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4, which is only offered in China. The Xiaomi 12 Pro will most likely be launched worldwide and is certainly not a smartphone that you can experiment with. With a sub-display camera, the look of the front would be greatly improved, because you would basically get a borderless and interruption-free smartphone .

The only problem with under-display cameras is that the sensors, as the name suggests, are located under the display and the image quality suffers as a result . So far, no smartphone manufacturer has managed to even begin to achieve good image quality with a sub-display camera. If Xiaomi succeeded in doing this with the new 12 Pro, it would be a big and important step for the entire industry. To be honest, we doubt this rumor, but we are happy to be surprised by the opposite.

The Chinese manufacturer has already confirmed the processor for the Xiaomi 12.