News tagged: Xiaomi
The wearble market in the United States isn't doing great and has been struggling for months, but globally it is still growing. According to a report by Canalys, the smart wearables market rose 8% year on year for a total of 21.6 million units shipped in the second quarter
We could say that Xiaomi started the bezel-less trend with its Mi Mix handset, and if the newly leaked image of its successor is legit, other companies will have to put more effort into their development. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun had already confirmed that the Mi Mix 2 will be
Xiaomi is soon going to introduce its first dual-camera smartphone for the Indian market, says Manu Kumar Jain, VP for Xiaomi India. In a teaser on Twitter, he said the dual-camera handset will be out "next month" and he encouraged followers to guess the device.
Many smartphone companies, including Samsung, Apple, LG, are gearing up to launch new premium phones. Samsung and LG are preparing two flagship phablets, and reportedly Xiaomi is looking to join the battle. The Chinese company is now rumoured to announce the Mi Note 3
China's Xiaomi is dominating the global wearable industry, with it coming out ahead of competitors like Apple and Fitbit. Strategy Analytics reports Xiaomi surpassed both of those competitors during Q2, reaching 3.7 million units shipped during the three months.
Earlier this year, the Chinese company Xiaomi unveiled its first in-house chipset called Surge S1 that powers the Mi 5C. Reportedly the new chipset is already in the works, that will also be announced alongside a new smartphone, which according to new rumours will be the Mi 6
Xiaomi is preparing for a launch of new Mi 6 variant. According to latest reports, the Mi 6 Mercury Silver Edition will hit the shelves early next month, on August 3, and will only be sold in China. If you thought about importing it from China, you're out of luck as only
Third product unveiled at the Xiaomi's press event is the new Mi AI speaker. The speaker comes in White color and will be available for beta testing in August in China. Once it goes on sale, it will be priced at 299 yuan or around $45 at the current exchange rate.
As promised, Xiaomi has officially unveiled two new products today, at an event in Beijing, China. The first thing unveiled was the new affordable smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi 5X, followed by the announcement of new operating system, the MIUI 9. It isn't the first time we hear about
Xiaomi has just announced a new member of its Mi Smart TV lineup. Called Xiaomi Mi TV 4A, the new model has a 32-inch panel and is the company's smallest and cheapest TV yet. It weighs only 3.9 kg and is priced at 1,099 Yuan. The TV is expected to go on sale starting on July 23.
As many companies are switching to OLED panels from the traditional LCD, at least for the flagship phones, Xiaomi has also decided to make the same move. According to reports, the company will adopt OLED displays in 2018 and the first phone with it will have a 6.01-inch panel.
The Chinese company is sending out press invites for an event that will take place on July 26 and where it will unveil the Xiaomi Mi 5X. Aside from announcing what is believed to be premium mid-range smartphone, Xiaomi will also announce its latest operating system called MIUI 9.
A few days ago, we heard that Xiaomi is working on a new lineup to better compete with Vivo and Oppo, two main competitors in India and China. According to new information, the rumoured X1 is not a part of new, but the company's next-generation Redmi lineup
Xiaomi has several unannounced smartphones in its sleeves that are expected to be announced by the end of 2017. One of them is Xiaomi Redmi 5, a successor to last year's Redmi 4 smartphone, which has now surfaced online in renders, which also revealed possible specs and pricing.
While waiting for the launch of Mi Max 2 in other countries, Xiaomi has unveiled a new version of its Mi Note 2 phablet. The new model is called Mi Note 2 Special Edition, and the main and only difference is the memory configuration. The new Special Edition comes with
Xiaomi is gearing up to launch a new handset in India. The company sent out press invites for an event that will take place on July 18. The invite clearly hints at the launch of Mi Max 2, saying "Last year, we made ripples with this new category and now it is back.
Xiaomi X1 is a name of the company's new smartphone that will be part of a lineup designed to take on Vivo and Oppo, aside from the already available Redmi or Mi devices. Just like Vivo and Oppo, the new linuep will have a top celebrity as its brand ambassador.
After reporting great second quarter, Xiaomi continues working on one of the best selling lines, the Redmi Note. For 2017, the company is preparing the Redmi Note 5 phablet, which seems to be a mid-range smartphone and not a device to challenge upcoming Galaxy Note 8.
According to latest earnings in the second quarter of the year, Xiaomi has many reasons to be happy. The company's CEO Lei Jun announced the second quarter was its most successful quarter with 23.16 million smartphones sold across the globe. He also added that the amount of sold
If you have ever read any review or hold a Xiaomi smartphone, then you have probably seen the MIUI operating system in action. The company has now confirmed that a new version is currently in development and will reach selected Xiaomi smartphones August 16.