Xiaomi has released an open beta MIUI ROM of their MIUI Android skin, optimized to run on the WiFi only Nexus 7 (2013.) Built on a new architecture with new screen animations, system menus and Xiaomi native apps.
Xiaomi is a hot, up and coming smartphone maker in China. They sell great smartphones for cheap and they ask only one thing: to not be compared to Apple.
ChaOS is an custom Android ROM, based on CyanogenMOD, that focuses on user control and customizing each piece of Android. The most notable feature of ChaOS is the theme engine. The entire framework has been modified around their theme engine allowing for maximum customization.
We heard the heat during the summer months in Australia can get pretty intense. For Android enthusiasts, the temperature is about to rise some more with the arrival of the Xiaomi Mi-2 in the continent – albeit unofficially.
MIUI is one of the most popular custom ROMs for Android, and Xiaomi Tech has reported that there are now more than 10 million MIUI users around the world.
It’s getting almost impossible to keep track of all of the newly unveiled Android phones powered by the super-snappy quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, but the Xiaomi Phone 2 should stand out of the crowd for two reasons.
Though it’s still viewed as a somewhat exotic name by many tech enthusiasts in the West, Xiaomi is definitely making waves in its native land of China. After selling 3.5 million units of its first ever Android phone, the MI-One, in less than a year, the company is driving people nuts with the second gen Mi-Two and MI-One S phones.
With the Xiaomi Mi2 debuting in China last week, it’s time to engross ourselves in the expected barrage of marketing efforts that the company will no doubt undertake until its eventual October release. The official promotional video that Xiaomi has uploaded for the quad-core Mi2 is an eye opener for the uninitiated
The phone that puts Xiaomi in the smartphone map in China – and possibly the world – has finally received the obligatory price cut. Offered for RMB 1,999 when it first launched last year to great response from customers, the Xiaomi Mi-One can now be had for only RMB 1,299, which translates to about $200. The Mi-One smartphone is a high-end offering from what is poised to become the next tech giant to come out from China. The specs of the Mi-One speak for themselves, as the phone boasts a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S3 processor, 4-inch WVGA display, 1GB RAM,…
The Chinese are apparently crazy over smartphones. After all, this country of 1 billion mobile phone users is the biggest and fastest-growing market for mobile devices today, and so brands are eager to get their wares marketed here. However, the Chinese are also a practical community, and here’s where bang-for-the-buck (or yuan) is considered important. Smartphone maker Xiaomi, for one, has launched its Mi-One earlier this year to rave reviews. At 1,999 yuan ($300) a pop, the Mi-One was a premium smartphone with a not-so-premium price. Xiaomi has reportedly sold 3 million units as of June, just a bit over…