IAOMI fans have something to look forward to toward the end of the month, as the Chinese technology brand just announced it will debut the Xiaomi Mi 5X and MIUI 9 on July 26 at an event in China, per the official MIUI forum.
ACT: 20 percent of mobile phones shipped internationally are fake. And more than 50 percent of those may have come from China alone, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. But whose handsets did counterfeit-phone makers in China copy the most in the first half of 2017? Apple perhaps? Well, we thought wrong.
HE Xiaomi Redmi 4 is said to be one of the best budget phones available today. And though it hasn’t been a year (try months!) since Xiaomi debuted its entry-level product, it appears a sequel is already on the way this 2017.
S it true that Xiaomi will be back again in the Philippines by February?” We were taken aback. We certainly did not see that message coming. Our friend’s question came out of the blue — and just when we were in the middle of covering CES 2017.
IAOMI’S newly launched smartphone is all about a big screen and an even bigger battery. So to say that size matters with the Xiaomi Mi Max 2 (click for complete specs) is an understatement.
HE Xiaomi Mi 6 (click for complete specs), the affordable, dual-cam Samsung Galaxy S8 challenger from China, is now available in the Philippines through online retailer Widget City, albeit unofficially. There’s always a catch, isn’t there?
AIT, are our eyes deceiving us? A day after the Xiaomi Mi 6 was launched, alleged specs and price of the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 have surfaced on China-based online retailer GearBest. Look!
OLL out the red carpet for the Xiaomi Mi 6 (click for complete specs). The Chinese manufacturer’s flagship smartphone has finally stepped out of the shadows at an event in Beijing.
HE Xiaomi Mi 6’s launch is still scheduled for next week, but we’re already getting reports about another Mi device from the company’s Note series, the Xiaomi Mi Note 3.
INALLY. After weeks of the Xiaomi Mi 6’s launch date circulating around the rumor mill, the company has at long last revealed that its upcoming flagship phone will be unveiled April 19.
IAOMI will soon unveil yet another smartphone. Surprised? We shouldn’t be at this point. The Chinese tech giant once thought to be the next Samsung has probably launched more devices than any other brand — and by a wide margin.
T’S no secret among our circle of friends that we had bugged our contact at Xiaomi just to buy the Mi Notebook Air on the first day it went on sale in China. Long story short, we were able to get one of the few units available at Mi Home in Shenzhen. So these days, we’re using three PCs: Xiaomi’s first-ever laptop and Apple’s MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.
ND when we say “the rest of the world,” we meant outside Xiaomi’s native China. Because while we had initially thought that the company joining CES for the first time meant an announcement of a concrete roadmap for its entry to the U.S., it turned out that we had thought wrong.
N the battle for smartphone and tablet sales this holiday season, one company ruled them all. Just like last year, Apple was the best-selling brand worldwide from December 19 to 25, getting 44 percent of all device activations during the period. Meaning if you bought a gadget for yourself or your loved ones at the time, chances were it was probably made by Apple.
IAOMI dropped a bomb on us at the launch of the Mi Note 2 (click for full specs): It announced the Xiaomi Mi MIX, a concept product that could very well be the smartphone of your dreams. Except that unlike other concept devices which you won’t find in stores at any time soon, it will already be available starting November 4.
Leading smartphone company Xiaomi announced that it is bringing its stunning flagship series smartphone Mi 4i to the Philippines. Priced at PHP 9,799 and available in dark gray, Mi 4i will be available for online sale on Lazada Philippines starting 29 July, and roll out to offline channels subsequently. Xiaomi applied its powerful design and engineering capabilities to create Mi 4i, which was first launched in India in April this year. Designed to fit perfectly in your hand, Mi 4i features a 5” 1080p Full HD display with a sleek unibody design. A high-capacity 3120mAh battery powers the ultra-compact phone, …
(UPDATE: It’s happening, folks. I just received an invite to the Xiaomi Mi 4i launch event on July 20.) The days of teasing are essentially over: Xiaomi’s mid-tier variant of its current flagship phone, the Mi 4i, is headed to the Philippines this July. This has been confirmed by no less than the company’s local Facebook page. And if what’s happening in India is anything to go by, the phone may not even be the subject of a flash sale when it becomes available through online and offline stores. [frame src=”https://www.revu.com.ph/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Mi-Philippines-Facebook.jpg” target=”_self” width=”620″ height=”412″ alt=”Premium WordPress Themes” align=”center” prettyphoto=”false”] Similar to …
A year after the sale of the Redmi 1S, Chinese hardware and software company Xiaomi has released another supposed value-for-money smartphone in the Redmi 2 exclusively through Lazada Philippines. Right now, you can still get it for a mere P5,999 unlocked. In our review of the Redmi 1S on Yahoo, we noted that it’s among the fastest and most capable budget handsets around, though we wouldn’t happily recommend it over discount octa-core Androids that cost the same. It didn’t help that the Redmi incumbent suffered from software-related problems that left us stumped and concerned. And while it has received generally …
Image via Android Authority Xiaomi just unveiled the Mi 4i — a discount Mi 4, if you will — in New Delhi, India, where the Chinese tech juggernaut has recently made its products available to leading electronics retailers in an effort to reach more consumers and drive sales. And what better way to announce to the rest of the world that it has embraced the traditional (read: offline) retail model than to launch a new phone to coincide with its backpedaling. A cheaper and watered-down version of the Mi 4, the Mi 4i will retail for 12,999 INR or about P9,000 …
Via AskMeBazaar Xiaomi has been busy lately. Fresh off announcing two new devices for the Philippine market, the Chinese manufacturer is bringing its 16,000mAh Mi Power Bank to Lazada Philippines to be sold on the online retailer’s website at noon on April 24. And the price? Just P1,299, which is double the cost of the 10,400mAh Mi Power Bank, though it makes sense, as the convenience of carrying one battery pack instead of two is obviously going to come at a price. It will be available in one color only: silver with a brushed look. Neither Xiaomi nor Lazada Philippines …