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Xiaomi Launches MAE136 & MBE6A5 Smartphones With 3GB RAM |13 MP Camera


Xiaomi is a leading Chinese electronics company. It has its headquarters listed in Beijing. Xiaomi is categorized as the fourth largest Smartphone maker in the world. The company has been enjoying a pretty good market in India and has created a buzz among its competitors.

Xiaomi MAE136 & MBE6A5 Smartphones Features Specs

And continuing the hype Xiaomi is all set to launch two new handsets MAE136 and MBE6A5. The new devices that will soon be launched cater to the needs of the middle-income groups. Where MAE136 would be a budget phone, MBE6A5 would be a mid-range one. Both the devices have been listed upon a TENNA with 4000 mAh battery, 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1 and GPS + GLONASS and they will work on MIUI 8.0 Android 6.0 marshmallow.

Xiaomi Launches MAE136 & MBE6A5 Smartphones With 3GB RAM |13 MP Camera

Xiaomi has undoubtedly worked upon the specifications this time.  MAE136 would come with a 5-inch screen, 1.4GHz octa-core processor. It would have a metal build body, 13 MP rear camera, 5 MP front camera, fingerprint sensor and the infrared sensor. MBE6A5 also comes with a metal build body. It is 0.5 inches bigger than MAE136 and is backed up by .0GHz Deca-Core processor.

The launch of the two handsets has not been specifies ad of now. However, the handsets would be available in four different colours including Gold, Rose Gold, Matte Black and Dark Gray.

The two handsets resemble two of the most successful and preferred handsets of Xiaomi namely Redmi 3S Prime and Redmi Pro. The Chinese electronics company has however tried to improve the performance of its handsets with these two new launches. Moreover, keeping in mind the success of Redmi 3S Prime and Redmi Pro we can expect the sales to reach heights which would be a complete table turner to the market position of the company giving it a bit more larger share over its competitors.