Since its division of Xiaomi to form its own brand, Redmi has not stopped launching new products with a great value for money. We already saw it with the Redmi K30 converted into the POCO F2 Pro and now we will see it in the first gaming smartphone of the firm .
This has been communicated by Lu Weibing, president of Xiaomi and CEO of Redmi, who in addition to confirming the Redmi K40 as in charge of debuting the new MediaTek Dimensity 1200 , has also made it official that 2021 will be the year of the first Redmi destined for the market of the eSports .
Apparently, following the same lines of its subsidiary Black Shark, Redmi will launch its first high-end gaming smartphone this year . A terminal of which we still do not know practically all its details, but that even so, has already aroused the interest of many.
Specifically, if we translate the publication made by Lu Weibing on Weibo , the Xiaomi executive has stated the following:
In 2021 Redmi will focus on eSports and launch its first flagship for games. We will bring high-end gaming to fans at a price you can't refuse, stay tuned.
In this way, Xiaomi makes its purposes clear for this year, thus entering the gaming smartphone market for the first time but at a cheaper price than Asus' own Black Shark and smartphones dedicated to this sector.
We will keep you informed of any news in this regard. Without a doubt, this 2021 looks very good for the arrival of not only Xiaomi's first gaming smartphone, but also its first folding smartphone .
Source | Weibo