Redmi teases it’s upcoming power bank

Redmi teases it's upcoming power bank

The sub-brand owned by the Chinese electronics company Xiaomi India boss Manu Kumar Jain took to Twitter to tease a new Redmi power bank. The short teaser shows the battery pack will come with a matte black finish with a woodgrain effect on the sides. We also get a peek at the Redmi branding and what is likely power indication button but that’s about all there is for now. As far as a launch date we didn’t get any info as the video ends with a “coming soon” sign.

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The Redmi 9 is expected to come out soon alongside the company’s first smart watch so we might just see all three products launch simultaneously.

The Redmi K30 Pro is another highly anticipated phone from the brand which is expected to come soon with Snapdragon 865, 8GB RAM and Sony IMX686 sensor for its main camera.

Redmi is a China-based smartphone and a sub-brand owned by the Chinese electronics company Xiaomi. It was introduced as a budget smartphone line manufactured by Xiaomi, that was first announced in July 2013. It became a separate sub-brand of Xiaomi in 2023 that focuses only on entry-level and mid-range devices, while Xiaomi itself focuses on the upper-range and flagship Mi lineup. Redmi phones use the Xiaomi MIUI user interface on top of Android. Models can be divided into the entry-level Redmi phones with display usually up to 6″ and the mid-range Redmi Note series with displays exceeding 5″ and equipped with higher-end specifications.


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