Google’s well-known web browser, Chrome, it is one of the most used and highest quality browsers available in the market. This does not mean that there are no other options to be taken into account in the market. According to the latest reports, Xiaomi just launched its new web browser with great performance at low storage and RAM usage.
Meet The All-New Web Browser Of Xiaomi
Google’s well-known web browser, Chrome, it is one of the most used and highest quality browsers available in the market. This does not mean that there are no other options to be taken into account in the market.
If you are tired of Chrome or need a secondary browser for a task, then do not worry about that, as today we will leave you with the new browser ofXiaomi.
Xiaomi just launched its all-new Mint web browser with great performance at low storage and RAM usage for all the Android users.
As we all know very well that internet browsers for android are not limited. There are many great options like the well-known web browser Firefox Focus for the lovers of privacy, Google Chrome, Brave, UC and many more. But as we told earlier that now it’s Xiaomi’s turn and with its new Mint web browser the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has shown its potential in the browser market as well.
There is no doubt that Xiaomi sells a large number of phones per year, hence, it seems a good idea to offer its own browser to all its users, and this proposal will simply help Xiaomi to not depend on third-party solutions anymore.
As we already hinted the new Mint browser occupies a little memory, in fact, the space occupied is only 10MB and offers data compression with most of the functions that one would expect, such as tabbed browsing, an incognito mode, voice search, and reading mode.
However, the main objective is to conquer the market of low-end phones, adding the possibility of rendering pages as if we were on a desktop, iPhone or iPad.
The most interesting thing about this all-new Mint web browser is that it does not include any advertisements, and the browser is totally available for free, so basically, there does not seem any defined business model to be able to maintain the project.
But, it is possible that Xiaomi only wants to have more presence in mobile phones of other brands and end up adding advertising to their devices when millions of Motorola and Samsung devices use Mint Browser. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.