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The Redmi K20 Pro is undoubtedly one of the most interesting smartphones on the market, or at least for the Chinese and Indian ones. Unfortunately, Xiaomi seems to have ...

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Although Xiaomi has become one of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the world, the Chinese company is still relatively young. It goes back to ...

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After presenting a really interesting hood at the Mijia conference held last week, another Xiaomi sub-brand, Yeelight, has just ...

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Let's start this hot week in June with two new gadgets now on Xiaomi's crowdfunding platform. The two products do not have much in common ...

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Xiaomi continues its rise in the world of home cleaning through the Deerma sub brand. Deerma is a brand that we started discovering in July ...

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With the release of the new Redmi K20 series in China and Xiaomi Mi 9T in Italy, the first true Xiaomi flagship killer, the F1 Pocophone, has definitely ...

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Staying in shape is not easy, especially when you don't have the time or the desire to go to the gym to train. The best alternative is ...

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About a year after the presentation of the first HiPee device, the brand that is part of the Xiaomi ecosystem has just announced a new gadget, the Xiaomi ...

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A few days ago, for the 6 June clarification, Xiaomi announced two new speakers, the Xiaomi AI Universal Remote Speaker and the Xiaomi Ai Speaker Play. ...

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Have you always dreamed of being able to afford a personal 24 massager available for hours on 24 but you're still far from receiving Bill Gates's salary? ...

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Last March, a fairly interesting appliance appeared on the Xiaomi crowdfunding site, we are talking about the Xiaomi Diiib ...

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Today we saw the presentation of several Xiaomi products on the Italian territory, we are obviously talking about the Xiaomi Mi 9T, the Mi Band 4, ...

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About two weeks after the presentation of Redmi K20 in China, which took place last May 28, today the global version of ... has been made official in Italy

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At the Mijia conference held yesterday in Beijing, the Xiaomi sub-brand presented a lot of new products. Among these, there are eight that according to ...

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Xiaomi has just presented perhaps one of the most intriguing gadgets of all time, in fact we talk about a HUD for cars. The acronym HUD stands for Head Up Display, ...

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Last 9 May Samsung announced the new Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 image sensor from well 64MP, or the successor of the Samsung GM1 from 48MP ...

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Today in Beijing the annual conference of Mijia, the sub-brand of Xiaomi mainly dedicated to home automation, has just been held ...

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As you probably know, today was the day of the Xiaomi Mi Band 4, or the latest ultra-economical fitness band presented by the Chinese giant ...

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  1. After all the hype of the other time if with these headphones I do not get the coffee from the holes on the microphone I will feel disappointed.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 31 January 2019 at 19: 35

    Wow, the Pro seems incredible: O

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 13 June 2019 at 19: 11

    Unfortunately not.
    In any case you can see all the specifications on the official Xiaomi website (Italy): https://www.mi.com/it/mi-smart-band-4/specs/

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 6 June 2019 at 12: 30

    Hard to be sure at 100% when it translates from Chinese, but the MIUI manager would have said just that. To see if it meant only devices with Android P and OLED screen or just everyone.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 5 June 2019 at 17: 49

    Yes, but only in the milkwash variant. 😜

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 31 May 2019 at 20: 29

    I managed to find it in the Chinese store, it has neither NFC nor GPS. In practice it costs less due to the lack of GPS and does not add NFC.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 31 May 2019 at 10: 44

    At the moment only these seem to be the differences, in addition to the lower price. In any case we will update the post when more information will be released.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 31 May 2019 at 10: 37

    If you mean how to take pictures in the dark, they both have it.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 31 May 2019 at 7: 21

    We preferred to avoid entering software differences because these can change at any time with an update.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 30 May 2019 at 17: 37

    You don't have to calculate Chinese stores in this period, there is still no stock and prices are distorted.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 30 May 2019 at 10: 39

    Exact! Do you say stupid difference in the sense that you don't care or you would have preferred there was no difference?

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 30 May 2019 at 10: 36

    Unfortunately the suitcases seem to receive absurd price increases probably due to the size and weight. I don't know how affordable they are compared to those you find in Italian stores.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 29 May 2019 at 20: 55

    The real question is where did you manage to find it already? 😄

    However it seems that the price of 199 Yuan (25 €) was for the first to buy it, now it costs 299 Yuan (38 €) but there is no stock even on the Xiaomi site.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 29 May 2019 at 20: 42

    Hahaha, Donald the setter ..

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 29 May 2019 at 20: 39

    No complaints, you're right about everything.

    Actually I wanted to say that, as you also suggested, Xiaomi will have its own reasons for not entering that part of the market. I have hypothesized two but maybe I'm wrong, there will be a third or fourth that escapes both me and you.

    It is clear to me that I would also like a Xiaomi laptop with a maximum of 400 euro. A few months ago I wanted a laptop like that, with an Intel N5000 (or similar) processor to have something acceptable in terms of performance, in metal and thin. You probably know the Chuwi Lapbook SE, a very nice laptop, perfect almost in all if not for the amount of RAM (4GB). Because of the ridiculous choice of 4GB I gave up. At that point I had no real alternative that I liked. I went to see the Xiaomi laptops, all 500 / 600 euros, so I said to myself: if I have to spend 600, I spend 900 € and replace my landline (in which I played) with a gaming laptop. And here I write to you from a Dell G3 with i7 and GTX 1060M.

    I lost money (even if with these specifications it was a bargain) and build quality (it's plastic), while Xiaomi has lost those easy euro 300 / 400.

    So who knows, maybe one day they will understand that there is demand in that band, or not. On the positive side, companies like Chuwi, Teclast and Acer can still dominate that market and grow, if Xiaomi comes on the field I think it's the end for at least the first two.

    In any case, thanks for the insight and a good evening!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 29 May 2019 at 7: 57

    As far as I know there are no other Xiaomi laptops with these CPUs.
    Now I don't know if it's a misstep but Xiaomi isn't the only company not to sell laptops with processors of that category. Do you think they don't even sell tablets with Windows, which Chuwi and Teclast do.
    Xiaomi prefers to keep performance and high quality instead of shooting down with small brands that in many cases have zero support and no quality check.
    However it is clear, I would also like a Xiaomi laptop from 300 €, but if they have to do it by losing or creating a low quality product it is perhaps best to avoid them.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 28 May 2019 at 12: 02

    The RedmiBook 14 is more similar to the 13.3 Mi Notebook Air in size and CPU. However, the Mi Notebook Air is lighter and thinner, I also believe the RedmiBook 14 doesn't have a backlit keyboard.
    The RedmiBook 14 looks like a much more practical and economical handset but less refined.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 28 May 2019 at 10: 50

    Personal opinion but optical stabilization is no longer as fundamental as before. Obviously it would be nice to have it, but the digital one has made great strides in recent years.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 28 May 2019 at 10: 47

    We assume it will, but we don't know whether they'll be called Redmi K20 / K20

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 27 May 2019 at 14: 55

    Pretty sure it'll be as big as the Xiaomi Mi 9, both the Redmi k20 and Redmi k20 Pro.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 27 May 2019 at 14: 46

    It is not a real pre-sale but a reservation. You pay 100 Yuan (12 €) and you get one from one you can buy tomorrow.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 26 May 2019 at 8: 07

    So at first glance they seem very similar. I believe the T6 can divide the house into rooms while the T4 cannot.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 23 May 2019 at 16: 16

    Do you mean the whole series or just the non-Pro version?

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 22 May 2019 at 10: 40

    Unconfirmed, but recharging speed could be a factor.
    https://www.xiaomitoday.it/redmi-k20-redmi-k20-pro-27w-fast-charge.html

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 16 May 2019 at 19: 25

    I don't know the sources of Galeazzi but the official teasers give the Redmi K20 with Snapdragon 855 processor.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 16 May 2019 at 9: 53

    Yes, right!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 16 May 2019 at 9: 43

    They've got it in Game Mode, so there's probably a minimum of overclocking.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 15 May 2019 at 22: 17

    As AS also says, that is not the Redmi K20 Pro. Of the K20 Pro we see only the watermark in the lower left corner, unfortunately.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 14 May 2019 at 17: 09

    Of course! It wouldn't be a flagship killer otherwise

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 14 May 2019 at 11: 53

    Let's say that in any case if you want the sensor below the screen, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory you have to pay more. If instead you are content not to have it and maybe stop at 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory to pay less, why not?
    However we will see, the differences are not yet clear and the Pro version has never been formalized.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 9 May 2019 at 12: 39

    I would say yes, the main point of a Mesh network is that you can switch between access points without problems. If only one router were enough, it would be fine.
    We have to wait to see how many Mi Mesh routers are in a package.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 8 May 2019 at 9: 05

    At first I thought there was something like that to dry / iron faster. But no, it's just a simple drying rack made smart 😄

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 6 May 2019 at 11: 55

    Haha, I correct immediately 😄

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 3 May 2019 at 7: 18

    The news comes from an authoritative source so we expect to find it soon also on non-Chinese devices.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 1 May 2019 at 15: 40

    Great!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 1 May 2019 at 10: 41

    A little loan for the Mi MIX 4, the Mi MIX 3 was presented in October.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 29 April 2019 at 20: 09

    Still nothing unfortunately.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 23 April 2019 at 11: 14

    The QCY T2C are more similar to the Redmi AirDots that you find here at 24 €: https://www.xiaomitoday.it/codice-sconto-cuffie-xiaomi-mi-airdots-tws-bt-5-0-touch-control-a-47e.html

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 23 April 2019 at 11: 10

    Difficult to talk about quality without having tried them but in general QCY products seem well made. Obviously these are also cheaper than Xiaomi's Airdots, so they will be less efficient as well as not having active noise canceling.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 23 April 2019 at 10: 55

    As you've seen, unfortunately, nothing yet. However as soon as we find them online we update the post.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 18 April 2019 at 17: 14

    Let's hope!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 14 April 2019 at 20: 30

    Lucky you, it looks really cute! Thanks for the feedback!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 12 April 2019 at 14: 57

    The manufacturer should be Xiao Qiao and it appears to be RoHS compliant.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 11 April 2019 at 11: 32

    I believe the substantial difference is the passage from one node to another. With Mesh it is automatic and you practically do not realize you have changed access point.
    With the WiFi extender instead or you manually change or do it automatically when the signal is very weak, but at that point you also have a very slow WiFi.

    Moreover the Mesh should be faster even with the same signal thanks to several factors that I am not explaining now (I am not an expert).

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 5 April 2019 at 12: 55

    You may have to wait a few hours (or days). As always, the updates are released in installments so as not to overload the servers.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 1 April 2019 at 11: 44

    The Xiaomi product director (who is obviously a party) compared it to the Dyson V10 which on the official website costs on 500 €. Then of course the street price is different, as probably the Xiaomi vacuum cleaner too.
    However, to avoid discussions, I correct with "above the 300 €".

    A good day to you both!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 26 March 2019 at 11: 34

    The Indian version seems to have the global but no 20 band.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 25 March 2019 at 9: 25

    The Global version has not yet been presented so it is not possible to buy it. In any case, we will definitely post an offer in the future, so keep following us!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 21 March 2019 at 9: 07

    Unfortunately it was a false alarm. We all thought we were going to present the MIUI 11 but instead it was just a Q&A with the developers.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 21 March 2019 at 9: 04

    We don't know yet!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 19 March 2019 at 14: 48

    We don't know yet. We still hope for a global version.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 18 March 2019 at 17: 50

    I don't think there is a red, there is a violet gradient, blue and black. However if you really want the Pro version you can also wait for it, but it will be pretty because for what we know at the moment it is only available with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of memory.
    So a Redmi Note 7 with 4GB / 64GB will definitely cost you much less.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 18 March 2019 at 17: 06

    We suspect between about 1 / 2 months as with Redmi Note 7 on 260 € (or more). For the coloring and water repellency in theory yes, as for the Chinese version.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 18 March 2019 at 16: 59

    It seems that there is not the typical certification, they only say the treatment used (P2i) and that in theory it is water repellent. We would have hoped for a real certificate to be certain.

    For the 20 band, you have to wait for another one just before a sure answer.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 18 March 2019 at 16: 57

    Certainly, as Redmi Note 7 arrived, so a few months later.

    The NFC is not in hardware, it cannot be enabled via software.

    As for the ROM, I believe it is becoming increasingly difficult to install the Global ROM on China Stable devices, so take it immediately only if you would like it in English. Otherwise, wait until you see how things are going with this particular device and after you buy it.

    In any case continue to follow us because we will definitely talk about it!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 18 March 2019 at 16: 52

    If you are in China, you should buy it there. In Italy it will come later and will certainly cost more.

    This seems to suit you in English. I cannot confirm that it will become updatable in Italian.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 17 March 2019 at 23: 10

    It is still not available, but it continues to follow us on the blog or on social media, we will definitely post an offer about it!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 17 March 2019 at 16: 38

    Still nothing on the Mi Max 4, it's early enough. But let's see it positively, the longer it gets the possibility of it coming with a Snapdragon 710 / 712 or 675, instead of getting it out quickly with the old 660.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 17 March 2019 at 16: 35

    To arrive, it will come. The "problem" is that nobody knows when.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 17 March 2019 at 16: 34

    Unfortunately nothing yet. In theory it should be waterproof with P2i technology, but I don't remember ever having heard a smartphone with this technology that then became famous for water resistance.
    I personally think it will be p2i but this does not mean that it is also IP67, IP68 etc .. Obviously I hope to be wrong.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 16 March 2019 at 9: 24

    Yes yes, it was a slip of the tongue 😅

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 13 March 2019 at 20: 12

    You cannot buy the Redmi Notes 7 Pro anywhere in the world.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 7 March 2019 at 17: 09

    To arrive, it will arrive .. It is still a bit early to talk about the details.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 4 March 2019 at 12: 04

    In fact you're right, I do not know where I came from the "gods". 😅

  65. Do not worry, you will certainly at least on the main one!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 21 January 2019 at 18: 42

    To be tested.
    In any case, subscribe to our Youtube channel, unboxing will be out soon!
    https://www.youtube.com/user/miuinews

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 14 January 2019 at 17: 07

    Unfortunately, if prices increase in Italy, it is not Xiaomi's fault. In China, on the official Xiaomi website, the Redmi Note 7 costs less than 15 € more than the Redmi Note 5 and the latter is on sale.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 14 January 2019 at 16: 16

    If I'm not mistaken the Redmi Note 7 officially went on sale today and is already sold out, so Gearbest does not even have them. We must wait for the waters to calm down, as almost always happens.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 14 January 2019 at 13: 32

    Nothing NFC unfortunately.

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 9 January 2019 at 15: 47

    Still not sure, tomorrow we'll know more!

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    Pierpaolo Figuccia 4 January 2019 at 17: 04

    Totally agree, the NFC is very useful but unfortunately Xiaomi has to cut somewhere. It 's strange because even in China I think they use it enough and at the moment there is only in the top of the range. We hope surprise us with this new Redmi flagship.

  72. Hello, sorry for the delay, I thought I had already answered. All smart locks usually have the old style lock at the bottom (with the key), so in case of emergency you use that.

  73. It's really hard to tell without trying it. We'll let you know if we eventually review it.

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