Black Friday Amazon: unmissable prices on Xiaomi smartphones!

Black Friday Amazon: unmissable prices on Xiaomi smartphones!

Black Friday Amazon

Update 11/26/2021: We have updated prices and removed some products that are no longer available, so that you can find the most convenient and attractive offers!

Are you looking for a great smartphone? Thanks to Amazon's Black Friday, which has finally begun completely, many Xiaomi-branded phones have been made available at really affordable prices, from entry-level models to high-end ones!

Read also: Black Friday Amazon, it starts on November 19th with new offers every day! The discounts, in many cases, easily exceed € 100.00, drastically lowering the cost originally foreseen on phones such as the POCO X3 or 11T 5G Smartphone. There is something for all palates!

Of all, the device we want to highlight is the top of the range, the 11T 5G model. This phone has a 108 MP wide-angle camera, which means that it is very suitable for taking pictures and recording videos, which are also very fast and on the move, thanks to the 120 ° ultra wide angle 2x telemacro. In addition to this, the presence of a 6.67 ″ AMOLED screen at an adaptive 120Hz frequency is really welcome, that is: depending on the type of content displayed on the screen, the smartphone will decide the refresh rate to use, in order to save battery and go to maximum only when necessary. Furthermore, a feature that makes this device perfect for watching movies and TV series is the support of the HDR format with brightness peaks of over 1000 nits!

Obviously, even the design is not spared, thanks to premium materials that give the device a good sturdiness. In the same way, the hardware components do the same, on all the 3.0 GHz processor!

In short, Xiaomi smartphones ensure excellent performance at a really advantageous price, made even more attractive by Amazon's Black Friday offers! In this regard, we suggest you subscribe to our four Telegram channels dedicated to offers, where we will offer you in real time all the best promotions relating to Offers, Hardware & Tech, Clothing and Sports and Chinese products. In addition to this, we advise you to follow us constantly to receive all the updates related to Black Friday 2021 and to subscribe to Amazon Prime. Happy shopping!

Our product selection

Xiaomi POCO X3 Pro | 199,90 € (299,90 €) Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE | 331,99 € (399,90 €) Xiaomi 11T 5G | 499,90 € (599,90 €) Xiaomi POCO X3 PRO, Blue | 199,90 € (299,90 €) Xiaomi POCO X3 Pro, Metal Bronze | 199,90 € (299,90 €) Xiaomi Redmi 9C | 149.99 € (159.00 €) Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S | 249,90 € Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S, Pebble White | 224,90 € (249,90 €) Xiaomi 11T 5G, Celestial Blue | 499.90 € (599.90 €)

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Amazon faces Black Friday strikes in some regions

Black Friday could be a quiet day at Amazon warehouses

Black Friday could be a quiet day at Amazon warehouses in some countries.

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Amazon could be in for a rough Black Fridayweekend. Workers for the online retail giant want better pay and improvements to the workplace, and for the company to be more proactive on issues such as the climate crisis, or else they'll strike during the year's biggest shopping period

Make Amazon Pay is a coalition of workers and labor organizations calling for a labor strike by Amazon employees across the company's operations, such as data centers, factories and warehouses. They planned a work stoppage for Black Friday in 20 countries including India, Germany, the Netherlands, France and the US. Amazon's UK warehouses aren't unionized, the BBC noted, so workers there can't legally strike.

'The pandemic has exposed how Amazon places profits ahead of workers, society, and our planet,' the coalition said in its demands document. 'Amazon takes too much and gives back too little. It is time to Make Amazon Pay.'

The group's demands are split into five categories: workplace improvements, job security, respect for workers' rights, sustainable operations and paying back society. Workplace improvements include improving pay, adding hazard pay, providing adequate break time, extending paid sick leave and disclosing COVID-19 protocols. 

For job security, the group wants the end of forms of casual employment and contractors while reinstating employees fired for organizing protests. Respecting workers' rights focuses primarily on allowing employees to form a union and for Amazon to not conduct union-busting tactics. The group also calls for the retail giant to acknowledge climate change, to reduce emissions to zero and to pay its taxes. 

Separately from Make Amazon Pay's actions, environmental group Extinction Rebellion blocked the entrances to several UK Amazon distribution centers, the BBC reported, including its largest one in the Scottish town of Dunfermline.

Amazon says it's already made headway on these demands. 

'These groups represent a variety of interests, and while we are not perfect in any area, if you objectively look at what Amazon is doing in each one of these areas you'll see that we do take our role and our impact very seriously,' Amazon spokesperson Kelly Nantel said in a statement Wednesday. 

Last year, there was a similar call for a workers' strike on Black Friday after Amazon's sales rose sharply during the COVID pandemic. 

In April, Amazon warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama, voted against forming a union at that facility.

Extinction Rebellion didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

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