It is no secret that companies like Xiaomi, Oppo, and others compete with each other to fast charging technology. Xiaomi has now demoed a chart-topping 200W charging tech. Putting things into perspective, it can charge a smartphone from 0-100 in 8 minutes flat.
Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi has finally launched the Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G in China. The latest from Redmi is powered by MediaTek Dimensity SoC and boasts up to 67W fast charging.
Xiaomi’s sister brand Redmi is all set to commemorate the sale of 25 million units by launching the Redmi Note 8 2021. The latest Redmi will feature a waterdrop notch and a 6.3-inch display. Redmi recently teased the device and revealed some interesting design aspects.
Xiaomi is working on multiple flagship devices. The upcoming devices are codenamed K8 and J18, and one of the devices is expected to feature an in-display camera. Popular tipster Digital Chat Station has revealed new specifications about both the devices on the Chinese site Weibo.
This year Xiaomi has released a bunch of new phones, with the latest being Mi 11 Pro. The latest rumor claims Xiaomi is also working on new tablets sporting an 11-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Xiaomi had launched a tablet back in 2018, and after that, we didn’t see any.
Xiaomi’s Mi Mix series is well known for ushering in new unique features. This time around, Xiaomi has launched the Mi Mix Fold with new features. The Mi Mix Fold is one of the first smartphones to come with a liquid lens that offers 3-30x magnification.
Xiaomi has launched a bunch of new devices at its event in China. The new Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is powered by Snapdragon 888 and offers class-leading specifications. Xiaomi smartphones are known for offering the best bang for the buck, and the Mi 11 Pro is no different.
Smartphones have become very predictable. Every year we see new smartphones with upgraded specifications and a bunch of improved features. Latest spy shots reveal a secondary display on the back of Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro. Previously, the parts were pictured in assembly line and the leaked photos are in line with the same.
As expected Xiaomi has launched the Mi 10S in China. The latest from Xiaomi comes equipped with an AMOLED display that offers refresh rate of 90Hz. Other highlights include Snapdragon 870 SoC, and a 108MP primary sensor from Samsung.
Xiaomi is likely to launch a new Mi 10 series device called Xiaomi Mi 10S in China. The device has been spotted on preorders on JD.com. Meanwhile, Xiaomi has confirmed Mi 10S launch on March 10. Today, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun has teased three new features Mi 10S will bring to the table.