Xiaomi has released two lists of “dead” devices that the company will no longer maintain. Furthermore, one of the lists is Xiaomi End of Life, referring to smartphones that will no longer receive software upgrades. Such software updates include security patches, new versions of the MIUI shell, or Android OS. Moreover, this list has an extensive line of models to be banished for any future updates. You can see all the models in the list below. Redmi Go, Redmi Note 7, and Redmi Note 7 Pro are the “new” lineup to replace the existing models.
On the other hand, the secondary list includes devices that will no longer provide after-sales support. Furthermore, the other list denotes devices not to have any repair and replacement after their sale. However, it will still allow users to claim to test, clean, and debug services. Also, the second list of devices only applies to the Chinese market, and the situation for the global market is unlikely to change.
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Xiaomi has announced the grand launch of China’s largest Xiaomi Mi Home flagship store in other developments. In the southern Chinese city of Nanning, a new flagship store has opened. Furthermore, all of the tech giant’s products are available at the new store. Xiaomi Mi’s new flagship home store, according to promotional claims, is 1,000 square meters in size. There are three levels to it. Moreover, there is a large screen in the store front. Also, smartphones, smart speakers, smart TVs, and other Xiaomi ecosystem products will be available in the new store. In addition, there will be a prize giveaway of Redmi Buds 3 headphones, XiaoAI Speaker Play one, and other prizes by Xiaomi.