外文标题：Xiaomi likely to launch Redmi 2 in India this month
SRAVAN KUMAR (Unknown)
oh another crappy phone on us
Will see who wins between lenovo A6000 n redmi 2
Venkat B (Unknown)
need to check the features, Redmi 1 S features have been excellent
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waiting for the launch,.....
Mukesh Chandra (Unknown)
The successor to the Redmi 1S, the smartphone went on sale on January 15 in China and costs 699 yuan (approximately Rs 6,800).
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The new model is thinner (9.2mm) and lighter (134gram) than its predecessor (9.9mm and 158gram).
Roy Cm (Kochi, India)
hai, dont blame china, our indians are lazier people, hard working chinese are making succes in every field, they have their own softwares, chips, search engine, social network sites, we indian still looks to west and and follow what do americans and Europeans shame india.....,
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imran (nanded) replies to Roy Cm
you're rght, but there are quite a few hard working and creative people in our country. the problem is that, their projects need finance and our government don't seem to support their ideas with adequate money since all the money being stashed in swiss bank now.
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Another phone from Xaomi. Not much change frorm Redmi 1S slight tweaking here and there.
vagthe dog (Unknown)
So many smartphones are coming up .... and it is still consumed by people ...why don't they focus on phone batteries .. this is the area where company has not tapped into
Chandramani Thoudam ()
I would like to have a redmi note with dual sim. Why has XIAOMI stopped marketing it? With the Indian network, its hard to stick with a single sim.