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More leaked photos of Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 sighted

Xiaomi is expected to unveil the latest Redmi Note 2. By August 16, we might see the new phablet from the Chinese Android device maker. And as with many special tech events and announcements, we can also expect more rumors and leaks to be shared even before the official launch.

Xiaomi outs first locally manufactured budget Redmi 2 Prime in India

We're patiently waiting for the recently leaked Redmi Note 2 phablet to be released next week but Xiaomi surprised us today by announcing the Redmi 2 Prime. This model was introduced in India where the mobile device was actually made, specifically in Xiaomi's Sri City manufacturing facility. Nothing much is different from the improved Redmi 2 entry-level smartphone that launched earlier in January as the design, look, and feel of the phone is the same.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 visits TENAA, coming very soon sans fingerprint scanner

Last week, we learned that Xiaomi is one of the biggest names in the fake Android market. That's not really something to be proud of but we know Xiaomi is determined to be bigger not only in China but in other countries as well albeit not in the US anytime soon. The MIUI 6 ROM for the Redmi 1S was recently made available globally and the brand has also launched in Brazil the entry level Redmi 2 Android phone.

MIUI 6 ROM for Redmi 1S now available globally

Straight from Mr. Hugo Barra himself, the MIUI 6 ROM update will be available this week. The version will be pushed out to every Redmi 1S user located wherever in the world. Mi is going to release the OTA notification in the next few days and as quickly as possible. Just wait for the official OTA release but as with most software updates, you can do so manually by downloading directly from the MIUI Forum. Feel free to download the Full ROM and view the Flashing Guide.

Xiaomi Chinese New Year promo includes Redmi 2 Enhanced Edition

Just in time for the Chinese New Year, top Chinese phone manufacturer Xiaomi is offering great deals of its smartphones and other media devices. This is also part of the Spring Festival promo so we can expect more orders will be placed this February and March especially in China. Xiaomi is all set to offer its products from the Mi Note flagship phone to the Xiaomi Mi4, Xiaomi Box, and yes, even the recently announced Xiaomi Redmi 2 Enhanced Edition  much to the delight of Xiaomi fans.

Xiaomi to unveil a sweet surprise, could be a 4G Redmi 1s successor

Xiaomi is launching a new phone this new year. A teaser was recently posted on Mi's G+ account showing us an idea of a sweet surprise. The phone manufacturer will be making an official announcement on Sunday, January 4, of what could be a new Redmi. We're not sure if it will be a new Redmi model or just an improvement of the Xiaomi Redmi 1S. Based on the image and the post, my guess is it could be new colors or perhaps a Lollipop update based on the "sweet surprise" reference. But of course, all Android platforms are named after desserts so every version is supposed to be sweet.

Xiaomi 64-bit smartphone spotted at TENAA, AnTuTu

Chinese smartphone manufacturers will look to build on their considerable growth in 2014 with solid upgrades to their flagship and best-selling models. One of those is China-based OEM Xiaomi, who recently released the Mi 4 LTE just this month. Already, benchmarking outfit AnTuTu has caught a new Xiaomi device that would probably the Chinese outfit’s first 2015 release – and it’s a 64-bit phone.

Xiaomi Redmi Note arriving in India, preloaded with Fleksy

The Android One may not make it big in India but the Redmi Note has great potential. This new smartphone from China will soon arrive in the country complete with kick-ass specs: 8-Core MTK 6592 or Snapdragon 400, 1.7GHz CPU or Quad-core 1.6GHz CPU for the 4G version, 2GB RAM, and a vast 5.5-inch HD IPS display screen.

Xiaomi addresses privacy concerns, makes cloud service opt-in

Budget mobile phone Xiaomi has been getting flack for privacy issues for the past two days after several news reports have said that the devices have been sending out user details to their remote servers. The Chinese mobile Internet company has come out with a statement and an immediate solution to address the concerns of their smartphone users.
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