Xiaomi has been absolutely dominating the Indian smartphone market. The company has greatly expanded its offline presence in the country to reach more customers. Now, in a bid to make buying smartphones even easier, Xiaomi is installing smartphone vending machines at select locations. Yep, you read that right!
Xiaomi first showcased its foldable phone at the beginning of this year via a teaser video. It was widely expected the company would talk about the device at MWC 2019 but the company instead announced the Mi 9. A month later, Xiaomi is once again teasing its foldable phone via a teaser video.
Over the last couple of years, we have seen the likes of Huawei and Oppo come up with fast charging technology with speeds of up to 50W. Most smartphones usually charge at speeds of anywhere between 15-20W but with 50W, Huawei and Oppo are able to charge their smartphones to 50 percent in just around 20 minutes. Xiaomi now seems to be ready to take things to the next level as the company’s founder has teased a 100W fast charging solution.
Xiaomi recently unveiled the Redmi Go in India. The Android Go handset is meant for the ultra-low budget segment in India and packs modest internals. If you are tight on budget and are planning to buy the Redmi Go, check out our detailed FAQ surrounding the device.
Xiaomi today announced its latest Redmi handset for India, the Redmi Go. Unlike other Redmi devices from Xiaomi, the Redmi Go is an Android Go handset that is aimed at the ultra-low budget segment.
Xiaomi today launched the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro in India. The release comes just a few months after the company had unveiled the Redmi Note 6 Pro.
LG is not a stranger to a dedicated button for Google Assistant, but Google wants it on even more devices from other companies, too.
Xiaomi today unveiled the 5G variant of the Mi Mix 3 for the European market alongside the global variant of the Mi 9. The company showcased the phone’s 5G capabilities by making a 5G video call on stage at its press event on Orange’s network.
Xiaomi today unveiled its 2019 flagship handset, the Mi 9 in China. A global launch of the device is expected to take place at MWC 2019 in Barcelona next week.
Xiaomi has another smartphone coming down the pipe, and this is one of the most eye-catching devices to date.