Xiaomi launches special edition Mi Note and Redmi 2 Android phones and a new Bluetooth weighing scale

Redmi 2A

Ahead of its fifth anniversary on April 6, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has announced five new products in the country today.

There’s a special edition of the company’s latest flagship Android phone, the Mi Note, in pink. The limited run of this 5.7-inch dual 4G device includes 16GB of onboard storage, and will ship with a 5,000mAh power bank for 2,499 Yuan ($403) — a bit more than the standard price of 2,299 Yuan (about $370).


Xiaomi is also launching the Redmi 2A, a China Mobile variant of the company’s new budget smartphone. This version packs a Cortex A7 4+1-core 1.5GHz CPU and the Mali T628MP2 GPU, which will likely trump the original Redmi 2 when it comes to performance and running games. It will retail for 599 Yuan ($96).

Redmi 2A post

Up next is a 55-inch variant of the Mi TV 2, a 4K LED TV that runs Android to offer smart features. It comes with a wireless eight-speaker soundbar and an aluminium subwoofer, and will sell for 4,999 Yuan ($806).

Mi TV 2

The company is also launching a Bluetooth-enabled weighing scale that tracks your weight and body mass index, and shares the data to the Mi Fit companion app. It’s compatible with Android and iOS devices and will go on sale for 99 Yuan (about $16).


Finally, there’s the new Mi Power Strip, which includes three power sockets and three USB ports that allow for 2A quick charging for tablets and larger phones. It includes safety features like overload protection and a childproof internal shutter mechanism, and has a sticker price of 49 Yuan (about $8).


These products will available at special prices in China on April 8. The company hasn’t yet announced when they will be available in other markets. However, Xiaomi recently opened online stores for its accessories in the US and India, so it may not be long before you can weigh yourself on a Mi Smart Scale.

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