Let's take a moment of tranquility. After weeks and weeks of leaks concerning nuovi dispositivi e news that have absurdities, we want to stop for a few minutes and give you a video of smartphones new does not want to know. Indeed, to be honest, it only speaks of "old" smartphones, since they have been destroyed to create a sort of monument in the form of Mitu, the mascot of Xiaomi. What does it mean? What several smartphones belonging to the Mi 9 series have been dismembered, and the surviving pieces intact were glued together to create this Franken-Mitu made in Xiaomi.
MiTu, Xiaomi mascot, rebuilt with the components of the Mi 9 series
As a mascot for Xiaomi cell phones, Mitu has an extremely important symbolic meaning both for company employees and for the whole category of employees Mi Fans. It is in fact the symbol of brand recognition and we are so in love with it that ours Simone it has all the stuffed animals, even those found only in China. You will have certainly noticed that in all its reviews appear in the background.
In any case, in this video we find all the devices belonging to the Mi 9 series, which came out last year, to be destroyed and then reconstructed in the form of mascots Mitu. In particular, the following were used to do this: Xiaomi Mi 9, Xiaomi Mi 9 SE, Xiaomi CC9, Xiaomi CC9e, Xiaomi 9 Pro 5G e Xiaomi CC9 Pro (Mi Note 10 in Europe). In this case they are assembled together: fingerprint reader and 108 megapixel camera of the latter model, the SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus of Mi 9 Pro 5G, the bMi 20's 9W wireless charging port and the Xiaomi CC9e under-screen optical fingerprint module.
In short, a hodgepodge, a jumble of disparate and very different elements that come together to form one. We don't want to be too sophisticated but if we want this sort of sculpture represents the whole community of users loyal to Xiaomi. The diversity of products that the brand launches from day to day corresponds to the same number of different users, with different needs and requirements. At the end of the fair, this is what Xiaomi counts on: giving everyone the device they need.
The only problem that arises is the devaluation of the same devices. If after a month I find another smartphone very similar to mine on the market, the latter devalues in price. The move to create the Redmi sub-brand perhaps served this purpose ... but it did not improve the situation much.
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