Best Xiaomi phones you can buy in Nigeria for 2022 – A3 TechWorld


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Xiaomi is one of the world’s largest smartphone manufacturers, vying with Samsung and Apple for market share both in its native China and beyond – with phones now widely available across Europe and Asia. It has a range of high-quality yet affordable phones and is very often unbeaten on value for money.

Between Xiaomi and its various sub-brands, the company seemingly has a new phone out every few weeks. This would be annoying if these releases were mediocre, but that’s not the case. Xiaomi’s flagship phones have gotten very good over the years — not just a contender to challenge for the top spot of our Best Android Phones list, but even our Best Phones list, period. And its budget and mid-tier offerings usually offer more value than competitors at the same price point.

Xiaomi sells its phones via its own official Mi Store, but you can also find them from Amazon and, increasingly, from many of the major networks and carriers. The company also sells phones under various names. Its flagships bear the Xiaomi name, while cheaper models are sold as Redmi. It also has a gaming-focused line called Black Shark, and a semi-independent spin-off brand called Poco.

In this list, you’ll know the overall best Xiaomi phone of 2022 and also get to see the best budget for those who are on a budget. You’ll also see the best budget gaming Xiaomi phone and a Xiaomi phone that offers incredible performance at an insane price. The best budget performer Xiaomi phone is so good that there is no recommended alternative for that device. So, let’s get started with the list of the best Xiaomi phones you can buy in 2022.

Xiaomi 12 Pro – Xiaomi’s best phone right now

We’re calling the Xiaomi 12 Pro our favorite phone from the company right now for a multitude of reasons. The Pro has a great-looking 6.73-inch display, super-fast 120W charging, a sleek finish, and a trio of awesome 50MP cameras – all that in a device that, in some regions, undercuts similar-spec rivals.

With powerful performance too, this handset is great for gamers, photographers, and entertainment fans alike, and it’s very easy to recommend over 2021’s Mi 11 or the non-Pro Xiaomi 12.

Be warned: the handset has no IP rating, though it does have some waterproofing and dust proofing measures. Its software is also a little bloated, and we found its camera wasn’t fantastic at zooming (being limited to 2x optical zoom). But other than those small issues, this is a top device.

Xiaomi 12 Pro Pros:

  • Sleek, understated design
  • Excellent display
  • Strong triple camera
  • 120W wired charging

Xiaomi 12 Pro Cons:

  • Poor battery life
  • No IP rating

Xiaomi 12 

The Xiaomi 12 Pro has an awful lot going for it, but that’s coupled with a pair of major flaws. We love the sleek, understated design, the beautiful display, and the impressive performance. And we (mostly) love the camera, which is a solid performer, if not quite best-in-class. Unfortunately, the battery life is a clear failing – which might be fixed with updates, but for the moment it’s frustrating.

This is a cute small phone with a petite frame, which means it feels great in the hand and is light to carry about. It also has a smooth svelte finish which is a treat for your fingertips. We’re big fans of the design and hand-feel, as you can probably tell. You’ll also get loads of high-end specs with the Xiaomi 12: it has a 50MP main camera, powerful chipset, relatively fast charging, and great battery life.

Xiaomi 12 pros:

  • Sleek, understated design
  • Excellent display
  • Strong triple camera
  • 120W wired charging

Xiaomi 12 Cons:

Xiaomi Mi 11

The Xiaomi Mi 11 was the company’s flagship for 2021, showcasing new camera modes, screen technologies, and rear camera designs at a premium-phone price tag. We gave the phone a glowing review, praising, in particular, its macro photography mode (using a bespoke rear lens), its great-looking screen with a high resolution and refresh rate, and the processing power provided by its top-end chipset.

While this phone represents the best tech Xiaomi had in 2021, its cost might put some people off it – though now that it’s getting on a bit you can often find it reduced. We also found its battery life iffy, and of course, it’s since been topped by the Xiaomi 12. Despite all that though, if you’re looking for a great smartphone from the company, it should still be among the first ones you consider.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pros:

  • Super fast 120W charging
  • Slick design
  • Impressive specs

Xiaomi Mi 11 cons:

  • Android 11 out of the box
  • Poor macro camera

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro

If you’re looking for the best phone from Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi, the Note 10 Pro is that phone. It has top specs and a low price, making it a solid buy.

The phone has a super-high-res 108MP main camera, a big and bold 120Hz screen, and a massive 5,020mAh battery – as cheap phones go, it’s a star. In our review we were particularly fond of that screen and battery, noting that it will survive a day of solid use with juice to spare.

We also found that the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro has superb stereo speakers, so those coupled with its screen and battery life make it great for movie marathons and boxset binges.

Sure, there are a few things you miss out on with the Note 10 Pro – there’s no 5G here, mainly – but if you don’t need that, this phone is all you need.

Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC

The Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC is a surprising phone mainly because it has really impressive specs for a handset at its price. The device has loads of processing power, with gaming performance particularly impressing us, and a really long-lasting battery, which we found was good for two days or moderate use – that’s a real rarity in phones.

It also has a 120Hz screen that we described as the “most advanced display at the price”, all for a really low price. If you pick this device up you’re certainly getting more than you paid for, in the best possible way.

Sure, there are some quirks not everyone will like – the phone is really big, and the cameras don’t match same-price competitors. But this is still a worthy buy, that’s the best budget phone right now.




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