Xiaomi Launches Redmi Note 12 Series, AIoT Devices to Live Vivid!

Sunday, April 16, 2023

Took the trip down south to see what Xiaomi has up their sleeves as they launch the new Redmi Note Series and a couple of AIoT devices that's designed for the modern, smart home.

They did have us tinker around with the devices on their experience kiosks at the Grand Ballroom of Mariott Hotel in Pasay City and here's what happened!

Their call for this launch is to #LiveVivid which stems from the launched phone which has got a 200MP primary camera. It's already available for Pre-Order from 15th to the 21st. It's got a Flow AMOLED screen (a debut on the Redmi Note Pro 5G), Dolby vision Atmos, which makes your videos vividly amazing. It is also equipped with an IMX 766 which can capture more light, usually it is seen on flagship camera systems but now is available on this phone. You get vivid shots day or night, also has OIS so you don't have blurry shots. You can also use the proprietary imaging software and camera filters so your photos look good on any occasion. With a battery of 5000mAh, turbo charging, you can last using it all day.

The Redmi Note 12 5G Pro + on the other hand has a 200 MP resolution camera, a wide aperture, makes your photos stunning, with true to life colors. Even if it's dark, it can still capture details. It retains light and lose noise. It also has OIS for shaky hands when taking videos, plus the 200 MP can make you compose better shots by framing other parts of the photo to see more things captured by it. Xiaomi Pro Cut is also a great tool to fix your output, things that you can make with a  few clicks, with the long battery capacity, faster and safe charging.

The Redmi Note 12 on the other hand has fun colors, pro level display, flagship 120Hz AMOLED display (so you can smoothly see videos on fast refresh rate. It has a Snapdragon 685 processor and triple camera system that also has AI.

The AIoT devices on the other hand include a couple more wearables. The Redmi Watch 3 can do Bluetooth Calls, modified with different strap colors, does health metrics, and last up to 12 days (so no annoying charging probs!). It's best for fitness enthusiasts since to has different functions to check vital data to those who need it. There's also new cameras like the C200 that takes 1080p videos, a 360 panorama view, IR and motion enabled recording so it doesn't miss security issues in your home. If you prefer a cam with 2K quality, the C300 could do that instead whilst the C400 can do 1440p, relatively cheap as everything is under 3000 pesos. If you want to install something outdoors, the AW300 has dust proof and waterproof features, and still is as affordable like the others. Xiaomi had Air Fryers, Smart Door Locks and a throng of Mi devices which you can use to make your home a smart one.


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