At US$133, the Redmi smartphone to enter the city-state does sound attractive. Will it catch the fancy of Singaporeans?
A crazy phone war will take place very soon in Singapore, with Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi‘s announcement that the affordable Redmi smartphone will arriving in the city-state in seven days. The phone will cost S$169 (US$133.50), presumably without a contract.
Redmi, known as Hongmi in China, was noted by its CEO Lei Jun, to represent a line of “high-performance products, which are also extremely affordable and allow you to expect more and achieve more.”
The smartphone also boasts 8MP camera, with f/2.2 aperture, 28mm wide angle lens, and 1080p video recording for the budding video- and photographer in all of us.
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