Today an international Xiaomi event has taken place in which the company has announced up to nine products, some of them already known, for the international market. Among them are the Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 5, the global version of the Xiaomi Mi Band 5 or the new stick for the TV, the Xiaomi Mi TV Stick.
But along with these accessories, new mobiles have been presented, terminals that we already knew as the Redmi 9A and 9C and that we now know will arrive in Spain.
But in addition to these presentations, the company has shown an image that shows how smartphones are structured within its catalog.
Xiaomi phones: four categories and six families
The image you have on these lines speaks for itself but we are going to break it down.
Xiaomi makes it clear that its best phones will be Gala Alta Premium, where two families are included, the Xiaomi Mi MIX Series and the Xiaomi Mi Series. Here are the latest big releases, like the Mi 10 or Mi 10 Pro and hopefully the Mi MIX 4 coming soon.
A step below are the High-end, the Mi Note Series and the Mi T Series. This surely indicates that there will be more Mi T on the way, something that was not clear to us until now.
The Mid-range The Redmi Note family remains exclusively, these being the phones that are sold the most in countries like Spain, as we see in stores like Amazon.
The Input Range, or Low Range, is made up of the cheapest models, the Redmi Series, which includes the three recently announced for Europe: Redmi 9, Redmi 9A and Redmi 9C.
Despite everything, there are still some doubts because terminals such as the Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite should be in the part of the High Range, not Premium High Range, but by name they enter the latter.