Xiaomi discontinues Mi Max and Mi Note lines
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun went on Weibo today to shed light on the brandís product line strategy between the Mi and Redmi series. In addition, he stated that we wonít be seeing successors to the Mi Max and Mi Note lines this year.
The CEO specified that the Mi brand will continue to focus on high-performance models incorporating the latest innovations like the Mi 9, Mi Mix series and the upcoming CC range. On the other end of the spectrum, the Redmi brand will deliver cost-effective phones which offer all the essential features in a more affordable package.
The Mi Max series was popular for its large displays and battery endurance while the Mi Note was Xiaomi's upper midrange line. The introduction of Redmi K20 line can be viewed as the spiritual successor to the Mi Note range but the absence of a large screen battery powerhouse like the Mi Max line does create a hole in the oversized phone category.
While Xiaomi hasnít officially discontinued the Max and Note lines the future doesnít look too positive. Either way, the brand might have some other plans for a tablet-sized phone next year so we'll just have to wait and see.
I love Mi Max series, Lei Jun please bring back Mi Max phone !!!!
- 30 Jul 2019
If honor also stop the max, how? Is it extendable screen will works on you or only the Samsung Note 10? Looks like rolling display phone could be the future for fans.
- 24 Jul 2019
i'd love to get a mipad but no LTE band 4 which enables N.A. 4G. Max 3 has LTE 4.
- 23 Jul 2019