After the Redmi and Mi, Xiaomi has working to introduce its third brand as per the earlier reports. But, we don’t know the designation of the third name till now.
Lanmi, Xiaomi’s new sub-brand name:
But, from the Chinese micro blogging site, weibo hints that the brand could have called Lanmi.
Earlier, the new name highlighted and supposed to focus on online sale strategy mainly unlike Redmi and Mi which aims at online stores.
In India, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 has enhanced the most shipped smartphone. The company tried out with the device apart from the excellent features, and the affordable price tag “flash sale” strategy.
Hence, Xiaomi has managed to sell over 10 lakh units in just 30 days. By launching the new brand, My Drivers says that Xiaomi has mainly aiming to increase its offline presence. With the companies like Oppo and Vivo, the company has further announced to compete.
Based on the rumors, Xiaomi has launched the smartphone by the end of this month. This means, by the end of the month, the third one may have introduced. About the brand or the smartphone, the company hasn’t revealed any details.
To the Indian store on July 18, Xiaomi is all set to bring the Mi Max 2. In May, the smartphone has first launched in China. The phone comes with the 6.44-inch display and has powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 Processor.
The company has launched the smartphone in two variants like one with 4GB RAM/64GB memory, and the top end variant comes with 4GB/128GB.
The phone consists of the 12-megapixel camera on the rear and has a 5-megapixel camera on the front and is supported by a massive 5,300Mah battery.
The phone with 64GB storage model costs 1699 RMB that is Rs 15,953. And the phone with 128GB has launched at 1999 RMB that is Rs 18,765.