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Xiaomi will let you uninstall system apps in MIUI 12.5 — here's when it will come to your phone

Xiaomi will let you uninstall system apps in MIUI 12.5 — here's when it will come to your phone

As part of the Mi 11 international launch event, Xiaomi has also announced the forthcoming MIUI 12.5 rollout. The new version might only be a point release, but it adds some thoughtful touches to the Xiaomi ROM, such as CPU usage improvements and uninstallable system apps. It's rolling out to the Mi 11 and a few other new phones first.

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Xiaomi wants to bring 5G to the masses with the affordable Redmi Note 9T 5G

Xiaomi wants to bring 5G to the masses with the affordable Redmi Note 9T 5G

At one end of the spectrum, we have companies such as Sony and LG that launch a handful of phones and call it a year. Then there's Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi that launches so many phones that's it's hard to keep track. Adding to its selection is the newly-launched Redmi Note 9T 5G that — as the name suggests — gives you access to 5G networks without breaking the bank.

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Poco M2 Pro with quad cameras will launch on July 7

Poco M2 Pro with quad cameras will launch on July 7

Xiaomi's Poco sub-brand rose to prominence in 2018 with the introduction of the truly flagship-killing Poco F1. The handset received pretty solid reviews, including our own which called it a lot of phone for the small price. Since then, Poco has released the follow-up to its initial hit in the form of the Poco X2 and the slightly higher end Poco F2 Pro. Now the value-focused brand is gearing up to launch a new phone for the mid-tier market: the Poco M2 Pro.

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Xiaomi announces Redmi Note 9 Pro and Pro Max with quad cameras and 5020mAh batteries

Xiaomi announces Redmi Note 9 Pro and Pro Max with quad cameras and 5020mAh batteries

Catering to the budget segment of the Indian market, the Redmi Note series from Xiaomi has delivered some bestsellers, but lately has started to feel the heat from Oppo’s sub-brand Realme. Bracing to tackle that growing competition, Xiaomi is refreshing its budget line for 2020 by adding two new handsets to the mix. While we expected to see a Pro model accompanying a standard one, the Chinese brand took a page out of Apple’s book and announced the Redmi Note 9 Pro and Note 9 Pro Max today in India.

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