Xiaomi today launched the Mi Max 2 in India sporting a giant 6.44-inch Full HD display and an equally large 5300mAh battery. The original Mi Max was a surprise hit in India since its huge size led many to initially doubt that it would find any takers in the country.
Nokia and Xiaomi Enter into a Cross Licensing Agreement to Work on Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, IoT, More
Nokia and Xiaomi today announced that they have signed a multi-year business collaboration agreement that will see them work together on IP Routing, optical transport solutions for data center interconnect, and more.
Xiaomi has revealed a list of devices that will be receiving the Android Nougat update. The company is not known for rolling out Android OS updates to its devices on a timely basis, though it does do a good job of updating MIUI for all its devices regularly with new features.
A month after launching the Redmi 4A, Xiaomi launched the Redmi 4 in India earlier this week. The Redmi 4A is Xiaomi’s cheapest handset in India, while the Redmi 4 is the successor to the company’s incredibly popular Redmi 3S.
Xiaomi today unveiled the successor to the Mi Max in China: the Mi Max 2. Like its predecessor, the Mi Max 2 combines a gigantic display with mid-range specs and a gigantic battery.
Building on the success of the Redmi 4A and the Redmi Note 4, Xiaomi today launched the Redmi 4 in India. Successor to the Redmi 3s from last year, all variants of the Redmi 4 now feature a fingerprint scanner.
Xiaomi, which is based out of China, may not be in any hurry to sell its smartphones in the United States, but that’s not stopping from expanding internationally anyway.
Xiaomi devices are selling like hot cakes in India and other developing countries and markets nearby. In China, the company was once almost as popular as Apple, though its popularity has gone down in recent times. With the impressive value for money that its devices offer, it’s no secret that many people from the US, UK, and other European markets want to get their hands on Xiaomi devices.
Xiaomi today launched its latest flagship handset in China: the Mi 6. Powered by Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 835 chipsets, the handset features a four-sided 3D glass design with glossy stainless steel chassis.
Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 4 and Redmi 4A have turned out to be incredibly popular in India. The Redmi Note 4 especially has been incredibly popular in India which can be understood from the fact that the handset sold 1 million units within 45 days of going on sale. And the company’s latest budget wonder, the Redmi 4A, is also on track to break the sales record set by previous Redmi devices.