Lei Jun says Xiaomi has a lot of space to learn and grow.
The latest accessory from Xiaomi features an aluminium alloy construction, and will be available in China for just $11.
The first batch of Xiaomi’s latest handset sells out in 86-seconds. Xiaomi’s latest flagship device, the Mi-3, was sold out less than two minutes after it started selling online. 100,000 units of the device were available in the first batch of orders. It is no wonder considering that the device features high-end hardware, and was
After the iPhone 5S and the gold edition of the Galaxy S4 that is set to go on sale in the Middle East, it looks like Xiaomi is going to launch gold editions of the Mi3 and Mi2S.
Xiaomi’s mascot, the Mi-Bunny rabbit, features an Ushanka, a traditional Russian hat, on which is emblazoned with a red star. Recent images reveal that Xiaomi is removing the star from its branding as it begins its international sojourn.
You know how there’s a small tech-focused event going on these days in Berlin, Germany and called IFA? Everybody that’s somebody in the mobile business is there to impress us with “innovations” and “upgrades”, save for Xiaomi, the Chinese OEM that’s recently snatched Hugo Barra from Google.
September 5 is shaping up to be a great day for Chinese mobile technology, as Xiaomi is rumored to be prepping not one, but two gadgets with mind-blowing specs. You have your Mi3 phone, which some say could pack an octa-core SoC, and your budget-conscious “Zimi” tablet.
We always knew one or more of China’s big smartphone players were going to step up their game and become a real menace for Samsung and HTC before long. But probably not many would have counted on it being Xiaomi.
Data collected by research firm IDC reveals that local smartphone vendors outsold the big vendors such as Samsung and Apple in the Asia/Pacific region, excluding Japan in April-June quarter.
Remember that crazy rumor about Xiaomi prepping an upper mid-range phone with 720p display, quad-core processor and $160 price tag? Well, it’s a rumor no more. And it gets better, as the Red Rice is reportedly set to go on sale for an incredible Yuan 799 ($130) after all.
Xiaomi, a Chinese gadget maker known more for their Android-based handsets, is working on a tablet dubbed ‘ZiMi’ (roughly means ‘Purple Rice’ in English).
Busy is just one way to describe Xiaomi, as the Chinese OEM is said to be working hard on at least two new phones, plus its first ever tablet. And while the launches of the Mi3, Red Rice and MiPad might still be a while, the trio sure knows how to keep us interested.
Images of Chinese phone maker Xiaomi’s upcoming flagship, the Xiaomi Mi3 surface online. The successor to the Xiaomi Mi-2S is said to pack 3 GB of RAM and a 5.5-inch 1080p display.
The second half of 2013 is already shaping up to be extremely exciting for the Chinese budget-conscious/mobile speed-addicted folk, given what Xiaomi and ZTE are rumored to bring to the market for prices of $350 or less, but you ain’t seen nothing yet.
After making great strides in the smartphone arena over the past year or so, Xiaomi is rumored to be gearing up for a debut in the tablet game. The company’s first tab effort could be called MiPad and see daylight in the fall for a modest starting price of $160.
New AnTuTu benchmark screenshots of the Xiaomi Red Rice confirm the 1.5 GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6589T chipset. The $160 phone might be launched later today.
Popular Chinese phone Xiaomi M1 receives a working build of CyanogenMod 10.1, brings Android 4.2.2 and stock Android UI to the party.
Who’s ready for a new round of juicy rumors starring probably the hottest smartphone manufacturer in all China, Xiaomi? Well, ready or not, here it comes – there reportedly is a tablet in the works over in Beijing, supposedly called Mi Pad.
It’s been unusually quiet on the Xiaomi front lately, with only a couple of rumors hitting the mainstream media, but it won’t be long until the Chinese company will once again capture the headlines day in and day out.
The often-rumored Xiaomi ‘Red Rice’ could be packing a powerful 1.5 GHz Quad-Core Turbo Mediatek processor and still maintain a lower price.