Xiaomi has recently unveiled its first tablet, which also happens to be the first introduced with the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor. The tablet is the MiPad and it is running Android 4.4 (with the MIUI user interface) and sporting looks similar to the iPad mini. The tablet is fairly low priced, however it doesn't appear as if there will be a widespread global release.
Xiaomi has decided to one-up fledgling OnePlus by holding its press event half an hour ahead of the other. However, Xiaomi's surprise lineup, which consists of two routers and a TV box, might not be what many have been excitedly waiting for.
Xiaomi has scheduled an April 23 press release, right on the same day OnePlus will have theirs, and naturally Xiaomi won't be outdone. If these rumored specs for Xiaomi tablet expected to appear that day are anywhere near reality, then Xiaomi probably doesn't have much to worry about.
Xiaomi has been on a bit of a tear lately, introducing themselves to the world stage via various product teasers. Their latest has us guessing once again, with the company posting a very intriguing picture to Chinese blogging site Weibo. In the pic, we see something oddly familiar, but nothing that we can identify as Xiaomi’s.
ZTE has just a unveiled a new budget smartphone in China, one that it seemingly poised to rival a very specific contender. With a name like "V5 Red Bull", this device seems poised to be ZTE's answer to the Xiaomi Redmi Note unveiled last month.
Leaks are beginning to surface for the successor to the Xiaomi Mi3. The device is expected to arrive as the Mi3S, and based on current leaks coming out of China -- it is expected to have a bit more metal in terms of the design. The Xiaomi Mi3S is also said to be coming with a Snapdragon 801 processor.
Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has just made available a new version of its MIUI interface. This time, however, it is not a full Android ROM to be flashed on a device but is a less invasive homescreen launcher meant for non-MIUI smartphones.
Hugo Barra, coming by way of his Google+ page, recently reached out to Xiaomi users looking for help in naming and a new product. Barra referred to this as a clever little gadget, and included some potential name ideas of Mi Button and Mi Key. More to the point here, this clever little gadget turns your headphone jack into a clickable button.
When the conversation turns to Xiaomi, it’s usually to discuss their rapid device sales. The Chinese OEM routinely sells new devices out in seconds — literally. Via their online portal, devices typically unload in less than two minutes, making them one of the more unique Android OEMs around. This time, we find those quick sellouts add up to massive numbers.