Xiaomi Rumoured to Launch 27-inch 165Hz Xiaomi Gaming Monitor Next Month

    According to notorious leaker Ishan Agarwal, Xiaomi is set to launch a 27-inch gaming monitor, with a refresh rate of 165Hz next month. Xiaomi have dabbled in the monitor market before this, so we’re inclined to believe this leak.

    There are several factors backing up this leak, one of the main ones being the recent reveal of the Redmi Display 1A. Chinese leaker Juxun Gate had leaked out both this upcoming Xiaomi gaming monitor and the Display 1A, so that makes this quite likely.

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    Xiaomi Gaming Monitor

    Juxun Gate also stated that Xiaomi has more monitors to release throughout the year. We have this 27-inch gaming monitor launching in July, A 24.5-inch gaming monitor launching in September, and even a 29.5-inch 4K monitor allegedly releasing in November. 

    In addition, The Redmi brand is also rumored to have plans for 27-inch ordinary monitors, 27-inch gaming monitors and 23.8-inch gaming monitors. Whether these are all real remains to be seen, but we wouldn’t be surprised if they were.

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