It’s been a very interesting week in the world of Android, with everything from juicy rumors, to product announcements, to billion-dollar acquisition talk.
Xiaomi’s new Mi Note Pro is a premium smartphone with a higher price tag to match, but it can rival revered flagships like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4?
Xiaomi was the fastest growing smartphone manufacturer throughout 2014 and the company has some serious plans and resources to rival the big established tech brands.
The Mi Note and Mi Note Pro are not everything that Xiaomi showed off today: joining the company’s growing stable of accessories are the Mi Box Mini Android streaming set and the Mi Headphones.
The first hands-on images of Xiaomi’s new Mi Note smartphone have appeared online, giving us a closer look at the handset’s design.
Xiaomi’s latest flagships are here. At the company’s Beijing event today, CEO Lei Jun revealed his latest weapons against Samsung and Apple: the Mi Note and Mi Note Pro.
Xiaomi will launch two new flagship devices tomorrow (January 15). Could this be a picture of one of those new devices? Are we to expect a Mi5 and Mi5 Plus?
Xiaomi is teasing a new product that leaves much to the imagination of what it might be, but little to what it’s not: thick or packing low specifications.
In late 2014, Facebook reportedly sat down with Xiaomi to discuss potential investment opportunities. Facebook is trying to break into the Chinese market to expand their social network, and Xiaomi seemed like the right manufacturer to approach about it.
A popular question that we get asked here at Android Authority is, where is the best place to buy a Chinese OEM phone? Maybe you want an Oppo handset or something from Xiaomi, Meizu or even THL, but where to get it?