Redmi Note 9 event canceled due to coronavirus, will have an online launch
The coronavirus outbreak is causing more and more trouble with every next day. Today, Manu Kumar Jain, the Managing Director of Xiaomi India revealed the company is canceling its Redmi launch event that was scheduled for March 12. Instead, it will host an online-only launch that will be truly “Note-worthy”.
📢#Note the update: Due to recent reports of COVID-19 #CoronaOutbreak in certain parts of the country, we've decided to not host product launch events on-ground in March.— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) March 3, 2020
This is keeping in mind safety of fans, media friends, employees & partners. I urge you all to stay safe. 🙏 pic.twitter.com/SOdDZtSkmo
There will be a stream available on the company social media handles and at the mi.com website. Despite planning this event for months, Jain revealed the decision is to reduce exposure risk of Covid-19 to Mi fans, media representatives and Xiaomi employees. There will be future updates regarding any other events about incoming phones.
Redmi might be World’s First company to cancel its event in India due to coronavirus, but we contacted their competitor Realme regarding the March 5 launch of Realme 6 lineup. There isn’t anything official to report yet, but company representatives told us plenty of journalists canceled their trip to the event.
The Redmi note 9 pro China version is rumored to come with dimensity 800 chipset.
- 07 Mar 2020
Samsung flagships will only get 2 major updates. It's been a known fact for long. Maybe you shouldn't have spent your money one Note 8 If you expected get 3 or more years of software update. (and Note 7 was a bomb so....)
- 04 Mar 2020
Wake up, dude! Deth rate of Corona Virus is 3 percent. Flu deth rate less than 1 percent.
- 04 Mar 2020