While the big phone manufacturers focus on improvements in areas like cameras, screen real estate or how thin and light they can make a smartphone, an interesting niche market is popping up. Despite their small size, some consumers are very interested in using their smartphone primarily for gaming. This is driving the development of devices […]
Come comment on this article: Xiaomi backed Black Shark gaming smartphone announced
If there’s a unicorn of the smartphone industry, it’s probably a Xiaomi phone in the United States. They’re a very recognizable brand around the globe, but in the US they have absolutely zero presence. There have been tons and tons of rumors about that changing for years, but Xiaomi is still planning their debut. While […]
Come comment on this article: Xiaomi is still planning on entering the US smartphone market
When 2017 opened, Xiaomi was getting over the bump in the road that 2016 had been for the company. Like so many technology companies, Xiaomi succeeded in generating a lot of buzz when they first launched and translated that early success into positive financial results. As they transitioned out of their start up phase though, […]
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Xiaomi has always been nearly universally praised for their smartphone hardware and pricing, but also pretty commonly panned for how difficult they are to buy if you aren’t in China. We’ve been hearing several rumors that the company is eventually planning on branching out into different countries, but here we are with the Mi Mix […]
Come comment on this article: Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 review: A top notch phone, if you can buy one
Xiaomi has slowly been working to expand itself to be a global competitor in the smartphone market. Thus far the company’s reach has been limited to the Chinese and Indian markets, though Xiaomi has been very successful in both. At a launch event, the company revealed their initial steps into the European market. They will […]
Come comment on this article: Xiaomi enters European market via Spain with smartphones and other devices
Xiaomi’s 2016 Mi 5 flagship smartphone was expected to debut at Mobile World Congress in February and the latest rumors suggest we might see the hotly anticipated device in April.
Your smarts may originate in your brain, but that doesn’t mean they can’t manifest themselves in your feet. At least, not if Xiaomi has anything to say about it. The company has just released a pair of smart shoes.
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Xiaomi is reportedly set to follow up on last year’s Xiaomi Mi Max with the Xiaomi Mi Max 2 — a device that’s shaping up to be pretty nice for the price. Here’s everything we know about the phone so far.
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Xiaomi will follow in Samsung, Apple, and Huawei’s footsteps and break away from Qualcomm by developing its own mobile processor. The chip, known as Pinecone, will launch on February 28.
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With big smartphone players like Samsung and LG dropping the ball on some high profile products this past year, the door seems to be opened for other players to jump in and establish a strong foothold in the smartphone market. One of those companies may have been Xiaomi, which received a lot of press in […]
Come comment on this article: Xiaomi making no profit on smartphone sales, but that is not a problem
Don’t glance at the Mi Mix and think it’s nothing more than a concept phone. It’s real, in production, and coming next month. Xiaomi has made the first edgeless smartphone with a screen-to-body ratio of 91 percent, and it looks spectacular.
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Xiaomi’s newest high-end smartwatch, the Amazfit, sports GPS, a heart rate tracker, a dual-core processor, and notification features at a palatable price point. It’s launching in the U.S. this month.
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Xiaomi may be gearing up to release a refresh of the Mi 5, even though it’s less than a year old. It’s expected to come with a Snapdragon 821 processor. Here’s everything we know about the Xiaomi Mi 5S so far.
Xiaomi’s taken the wraps off the Mi VR Play, a smartphone-powered headset made of stretchable Lycra material. It’s available to select “beta testers” now, with general availability to follow in the future.
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Xiaomi has started teasing the announcement of a new phone. A really big new phone. It’s called the Mi Max, and the screen size may be larger than 6-inches, bridging the gap between its current largest phone and the Mi Pad 2 tablet.
Chinese mobile giant Xiaomi has missed its sales target for 2015 by 10 million units, but still managed a 14 percent growth in sales. While it is not a bad sign, it is much smaller than the massive surge in popular Xiaomi noticed in 2014.
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FitBit remains top of the wearables market with 22 percent market share, but Apple is quickly catching up with 18 percent, despite the price discrepancy. Surprisingly, no Android Wear manufacturer has been able to crack the top five in the third quarter.
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China's smartphone market isn't the hotbed of new customers that it once was, which means that companies now need to look elsewhere for fresh profits. Plenty believe that India is the next big thing and Xiaomi is putting money where its mouth is by…
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Xiaomi is taking a tentative step into the U.S. market with the launch Monday of an online store. Shoppers can choose from a small selection of tech accessories but won’t yet be able to pick up any of the smartphones.
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