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|+||[[http://www.metacafe.com/embed/11560991/|external site]]id="cnetReview" section="rvwBody" data-component="indepthReview"> Once again, Xiaomi has proven that you don't have to pay your body weight in gold to get a quality, [[https://www.geekbench.com/|feature-packed phone]] -- so long as you aren't looking for cutting-edge features.|
|+||And for the first time ever, Android fans will be able to use a Xiaomi phone on LTE no matter where they live. The snappy, Huawei Mate 30 Pro [[https://www.geekbench.com/|Specs all-screen]] Mi Mix 2 ($273 at Amazon) includes the right radios to latch onto the fastest networks in the US and other countries across Europe. Before this, [[https://geekbench.pw/specs/xiaomi-mi-9-pro-5g-geekbench-benchmark/|Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro Benchmark]] Redmi K20 Pro Premium Specs Xiaomi phones would ride slower 3G networks outside their home countries, which typically included China, India and Brazil, if they worked at all.|
|+||Although the Mi Mix 2 will still only sell in those limited markets and a few more besides, Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Cpu the fact that this high-value handset will work wherever it goes, is a step in the right direction for fans or the [[https://geekbench.pw/specs/xiaomi-redmi-note-7/|Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Camera]]-curious that are resourceful enough to get their hands on one.|