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Posted by: Ricci Rox
« on: October 05, 2019, 12:14:50 »

I would guess there probably won't be a mi mix '4'. That is not to say there won't be a next generation mi mix... just that it won't be called '4' as the Chinese don't like the number 4 as it sounds similar to 'death' in Chinese. My guess they will just call it he Mi Mix 5G.

Xiaomi hasn't skipped the #4 in any of their series so far.
Posted by: Vxtdan
« on: October 05, 2019, 12:11:55 »

I would guess there probably won't be a mi mix '4'. That is not to say there won't be a next generation mi mix... just that it won't be called '4' as the Chinese don't like the number 4 as it sounds similar to 'death' in Chinese. My guess they will just call it he Mi Mix 5G.
Posted by: Ricci Rox
« on: October 05, 2019, 09:29:06 »

Xiaomi's UK sales strategy is somewhere between confused and laughable, god knows who's in charge but their website is a joke! Everything seems to be done ad-hoc and last minute. Gives the impression that senior management haven't got a clue how to market to the uk - just look at the mi 9 iterations for an example on brand confusion, SE anyone? Oh no wait, thats not Special Edition, it's Small (or s***) Edition with a lower spec SoC. The 9 (sans suffix) would appear to be the flagship but lets muddy the waters and introduce a 9t and then a 9t pro with little discernable difference between them for full on confusion!

Haha, it's not so bad. There's also an Mi 9 Pro, Mi 9 Lite, MI 9 Youth....

Mi 9 - Flagship
MI 9 SE - Smaller, less powerful, cheaper version of the flagship
MI 9T Pro - Rebranded Redmi flagship
MI 9T - Cheaper, slightly less powerful version of the Mi 9T Pro
Posted by: Mattio
« on: October 05, 2019, 08:38:51 »

Xiaomi's UK sales strategy is somewhere between confused and laughable, god knows who's in charge but their website is a joke! Everything seems to be done ad-hoc and last minute. Gives the impression that senior management haven't got a clue how to market to the uk - just look at the mi 9 iterations for an example on brand confusion, SE anyone? Oh no wait, thats not Special Edition, it's Small (or s***) Edition with a lower spec SoC. The 9 (sans suffix) would appear to be the flagship but lets muddy the waters and introduce a 9t and then a 9t pro with little discernable difference between them for full on confusion!
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: October 04, 2019, 21:28:46 »

The highly anticipated launch of the Mi Mix 4 has been something of a wild ride so far. Fans expected a launch event last month but were left disappointed. Since then, though, it's been multiple conflicting reports on the existence of the Mix 4, and the latest one will leave rekindle the flames of hope in fans of the series.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Surprise-It-turns-out-we-could-be-getting-the-Mi-Mix-4-after-all.436907.0.html

 
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