Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra has picked up a screwdriver and torn apart a new Mi 4i to talk us through the tech inside the smartphone.
Android fans, it’s been a lively week in the world of mobile technology. Sony took everyone by surprise by announcing the new Xperia Z4 in Japan, though truth be told there’s not much new about the device; Xiaomi introduced the latest in a series of affordable blockbusters on Wednesday, the $200 Mi 4i; LG continued to reveal details about the G4, due to launch on April 28; OnePlus restarted the Cyanogen OS 12 update and announced it’s finally dropping its invite system; and Google launched a new version of Android Wear and the Project Fi wireless service.
While we’ve already taken a look at a few hands-on images of the Mi 4i, it’s time to take an even closer look at the Mi 4i in a series of new images and videos from Xiaomi.
The Xiaomi Mi 4i is a budget-minded, yet very compelling device coming first in India for the equivalent of around $200.
Xiaomi is preparing to unveil a new smartphone at its ‘i IS COMING’ event taking place in India on April 23. The company will also be live streaming the presentation.
Ninebot has acquired rival company Segway, after receiving a $80 million investment from Xiaomi, Shunwei Capital, Sequoia Capital and WestSummit Capital.
In an interview at the Connector event in Beijing back in mid-March, Xiaomi President Bin Lin talked about the past and future of the growing tech company.
By the end of its 12-hour long Mi Fan Festival 2015, Xiaomi sold a total of 2.12 million smartphones and recorded a total revenue of RMB 2.08 billion (~$335 million US).
Xiaomi has announced plans to considerably expand its reach in India through new partnerships with retail outlets and the country’s leading e-commerce websites.
Xiaomi’s 5th birthday is officially on April 6th, but the company is celebrating early with the announcement of several new product offerings.