OMENTS after officially taking the wraps off the nearly borderless Mi MIX 2, Xiaomi unveiled another big-screen, high-end phone in the Mi Note 3 (click on this for its complete specs and prices).
HILE many of us are eagerly awaiting Apple’s first foray into bezel-free phones, over in China, Xiaomi revealed the sequel to the phone that started it all — in most markets at least.
NDROID One, Google’s line of budget devices that’s originally targeted at developing markets, is alive and well indeed. Just days after Xiaomi launched its first phone with stock Android, we’re hearing that Motorola may be the next manufacturer to release an Android One handset.
S this a classic case of “what goes up must come down”? For the first time ever, Huawei’s global smartphone sales surpassed Apple’s consistently for June and July 2017, making the Chinese manufacturer the world’s second largest smartphone brand next to Samsung.
F you thought Android One had gone the way of Betamax, think again. As reported earlier, Xiaomi held a press conference in India to announce the Xiaomi Mi A1, the new face of Google’s Android One platform, which delivers a pure Android experience to those who don’t have the budget for a Pixel or Nexus device.
E’VE already seen the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2‘s concept video, posted by no less than the designer himself. Several leaks also revealed the smartphone’s supposed specs and prices. So we pretty know what we’re going to see at its September 11 launch, right? Well, hold that thought — we just might be wrong.
E reported recently that Xiaomi is collaborating with Google on the next Android One smartphone, which is supposed to sport the same hardware the Xiaomi Mi 5X introduced.
FTER a round of obligatory leaks leading up to its announcement, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A is now official — at least in its home country of China.
HAT do you do when an upcoming smartphone’s own designer releases a concept video of the said device? Believe that the end product will be close to what’s in the clip, of course.
O you like Xiaomi Mi smartphones but are not especially fond of MIUI? If a new report is to be believed, you may finally get what you’ve been clamoring for all these years.