India’s “Online Megastore” is giving customers a chance to buy Xiaomi’s new Mi 4i smartphone without having to go through the lottery of flash sales.
UK customers will be able to shop for a limited quantity of Mi accessories on Xiaomi’s mi.com website, in a beta test taking place on 19 May at 12pm GMT.
Xiaomi has chosen Leadcore to parter with, as the growing smartphone company looks to develop an in-house mobile chipset for its products.
Android fans, this week was relatively quiet, but we’ve still got a few glimpses of exciting new devices coming soon.
Leaked details for an unannounced Xiaomi Redmi handset hint at a FullHD display, octa-core MediaTek processor and Samsung Isocell image sensor.
Join us as we take an early look at some of the most anticipated phones that are expected to arrive in the second half 2015.
The 5 inch Yu Yuphoria uses a Snapdragon 410 processor, has 2GB of RAM, supports 4G LTE, and includes an 8 MP rear camera. It will sell for just 6,999 INR.
A new smartphone market share report says that smartphone shipments in China fell 4.3 per cent in the first quarter compared with a year ago.
Talking to the press in Taiwan, Hugo Barra (a native of Brazil) said Xiaomi will begin selling its affordable devices in Brazil within three months.
Xiaomi officially launched the flagship Mi Note Pro in China for the equivalent of $480, cheaper than the price that was announced back in January.