Xiaomi support

It seems that a new dead end is on the way for the smartphone world, which is in a constantly turbulent period. As time passes over a smartphone, companies will feel less and less responsible for providing support. However, things have been different lately. According to today’s news, Xiaomi is completely cutting support for many devices. Here are the details!

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Xiaomi cuts after-sales service for seven models
Unlike Android’s inception, Android OEMs today tend to provide long software support. In the absence of this trend, companies lose many users. In this regard, many OEMs provide long-term support for both hardware and software parts.


Xiaomi, which is among these companies, is among the brands that do a good job in after-sales support and software for smartphones. The company is rolling out updates for numerous Xiaomi smartphones and Redmi devices. However, today the company is completely cutting off its after-sales service and support for Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G, Redmi 6 Pro and other devices.


The company officially announced that the service for these devices has been stopped. Accordingly, there are seven Xiaomi and Redmi smartphones that will no longer receive official maintenance and after-sales service. According to the company’s statement, the devices that will not receive any support are as follows:

Mi Max 3 (5G)
Xiaomi Mi Discovery Edition (transparent)
Mi 8 Screen Fingerprint
Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 (5G)

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Xiaomi Mi Play
Xiaomi Redmi S2
Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro

According to the company’s announcement, the manufacturer will no longer supply spare parts for after-sales service. There is also the issue of maintenance supplies exceeding the legal lead time. Therefore, Xiaomi after-sales services will not provide you with maintenance and after-sales services.


In addition to all this information, it should be noted that most of the models were released in 2018. Also, according to emerging reports, while some users are waiting for MIUI 13.5, Xiaomi is busy with the development of MIUI 14.

Announcing its name with the mid-range smartphones it produces, Vivo has become one of the companies that entered the year 2022 fast. Especially after Huawei’s US embargo, the company got the chance to make its name known to large audiences, making its mark with the very wide Y series.


Vivo Y30 5G comes with Dimensity 700 chipset
Vivo introduced the new model it added to the Y series in Thailand today. In fact, the Vivo Y30 5G appears as a rebranded version of China’s iQOO U5e smartphone. The processor seat of the device has the Dimensity 700 chipset, which we are used to seeing in mid-range smartphones.

The model packs 6GB of RAM standard RAM and 2GB of expanded RAM, as well as 128GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot for additional storage. The model, which comes with a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 10W charging, was released with the Android 12 OS version with FunTouch OS 12 UI On.

On the back of the device, there is a 2-section camera design. The 50-megapixel main camera with f/1.8 aperture is accompanied by a 2-megapixel macro sensor. On the front of the model, there is an 8-megapixel camera with a notched design.

Vivo Y30 5G features a 6.51-inch IPS LCD display that offers 720 x 1600 pixels HD+ resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio. The device, which has a fingerprint scanner placed on the power button, is equipped with connectivity features such as Dual SIM, 5G, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.1, USB-C port and 3.5mm audio jack.

The device is offered in two different color options called Starlight Black and Rainbow Fantasy. The Vivo Y30 5G is currently priced at $237. The model, which is expected to come to the European market, is expected to fall on its way to Turkey as well.