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  1. Xiaomi Redmi Note 8T Review - In the category of entry-level smartphones, Xiaomi reigns without much concern. Indispensable, its Redmi Note range has established itself and competition from devices like those from Honor or Wiko does not really have anything to worry about. Design, performance, photo. Marketed between $ 217 (3 GB / 32 GB) and $ 277 (4 GB / 128 GB), the Redmi Note 8T is the new entry in the flagship range of Xiaomi. We tested its 4 GB / 64 GB version, marketed at $ 241. Redmi Note, always stronger Those who already know the design of the Redmi Note 7will no
  2. Xiaomi is preparing a smartphone - Xiaomi, As we announced to you a few days ago, Xiaomi should unveil in the coming months a Mi 11 Lite, a Mi 11 Pro and a Mi 11 Pro +. The differences between the two “Pro” models were previously unknown… but a leak may have just given us the answer. Filipino YouTuber Tech Buff, it's unclear how, posted a full take on what he calls Mi 11 Ultra on his YouTube channel. He reveals an impressive smartphone with a small screen in its camera module. This particularity could be reserved for the one who would actually be called Mi 11 Pro +, unless it is a fifth model.
  3. Sony Xperia 5 II review - Do not be fooled by its name, the Xperia 5 II (pronounced "Five Mark Two") is the little brother of the Xperia 1 II , the Sony flagship launched in early 2020. Marketed at $ 1093, this device also belongs to the category of high-end smartphones. It differs in particular by its more compact format and its screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Its triple camera module, very versatile, is also highlighted by the Japanese manufacturer. For two weeks, we made the Xperia 5 II our main smartphone. We tried to understand why Sony represents less than 1% of the mobile mar
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