News tagged: Mi Note
Xiaomi's flagship phablet, the Mi Note 3, was officially launched back in September, with two versions available: 6 GB/64 GB and 6 GB/128 GB, priced at CNY 2,299 ($350) and CNY 2,699 ($410). However, even that is too much for some people and the company has now launched a
Xiaomi has recently ran a poll to decide on the name of its next smartphone. If they really decide to go with the poll's winner, then the next smartphone from the company will be called Xiaomi Max. As the name suggest, we are looking at the new phablet with a big display.
It looks like Xiaomi took their beautiful Mi Note phablet and dipped it in a bucket full of pink paint. Say hello to the Mi Note in Cherry Pink. Yes, it's so pink, your eyes would probably burn just by staring at it long enough. Xiaomi intends to appeal to females.
After Xiaomi teased a new Smartphone announcement yesterday, the Chinese company announced the Mi Note Natural Bamboo Edition today, which is basically a special edition Mi Note with a back cover made of natural bamboo. The Mi Note Natural Bamboo Edition price is $370.
Xiaomi might be a young company, but they know how to make a good smartphone that has great design and performance at an affordable price tag. President and co-founder of Xiaomi, Lin Bin, has posted an image on its Weibo account, revealing a new smartphone.
A few weeks ago, Xiaomi announced two new flagship smartphones, the Mi Note and Mi Note Pro. Although potential customers have to wait until March to purchase the Pro model, the Mi Note was launched today in China and judging by the initial report it is very popular.
Not a week after Xiaomi launched two new high-end smartphones, the Mi Note and Mi Note Pro, we have learned that a third member of the lineup could be in the works. According to AnTuTu benchmark, Xiaomi is working on a "Plus" version of the Mi Note phone.
Xiaomi has big hopes resting on the Mi Note. After selling over 60 million Smartphones in 2014 (while targeting 40 million), the Chinese manufacturer hopes to attain even greater heights in the year 2015, perhaps even ship 100 million Smartphones throughout the year.
Last week, Xiaomi has announced two new flagship smartphones - the Mi Note and Mi Note Pro. Although we are still waiting for the smartphones to become available across the globe, folks at IT168 website have managed to get the phone and disassemble it.
Xiaomi sure left us all impressed with its new Mi Note phablet. The Mi Note is a departure from Xiaomi's proven strategy of launching high-specced low-cost devices. With a premium design, Xiaomi has left us all impressed. But there's a change in business strategy here.
Two new smartphones, the Xiaomi Mi Note and the Mi Note Pro, are not the only thing that was announced today by the company. Xiaomi also unveiled two new products, or should we say accessories, the Mi Box Mini and Mi Headphones that will cost ¥199 and ¥499, respectively
Along with the announcement of Mi Note, the company announced the Pro version of the phablet. It comes with the same design, but it features high-end specs. The biggest advantage over competitors is its price, as it will retail for 3,299 yuan ($530) for 64 GB model.
As promised before, Xiaomi has unveiled one of the two devices. The first announced device is the Xiaomi Mi Note, a 5.7-inch phablet that will compete against the Apple iPhone 6 Plus. The phablet will go on sale from January 27 for RMB 2,299 ($370) for the 16 GB variant