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Xiaomi has become a stakeholder in the new Sichuan Hope Bank which aims to cater for young, Internet-savvy users and small businesses. Xiaomi is the second-largest stakeholder with 29.5% ownership.
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If you're in the market for a fitness wearable, Xiaomi is making it even more tempting, with the debut of their latest, the Mi Band 2. It offers an OLED display and is priced at $23 USD.
Xiaomi and Microsoft have entered into a deal where the Chinese manufacturer will pre-load Microsoft's Office and Skype apps on its devices. There are now more than 75 Android OEMs who are doing this.
The Chinese FCC equivalent, TENAA, has certified Xiaomi's next Redmi device, the Redmi 3A. The Redmi 3A will be priced at just 599 Yuan but will come with an astonishingly large 4000mAh battery.
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Android TV hasn't gotten much love in the years since it was launched but a new device is coming to the US market soon that might change that: Xiaomi's 4K-ready, HDR-supporting Mi Box.
Windows phones now account for just 0.7% of the worldwide smartphone market - down from 2.5% a year ago - and it appears that as few as 100,000 non-Lumia Windows phones were sold in Q1 of this year.
Xiaomi is teasing its latest action camera, the Yi 4K, and it looks to offer superior specifications and pricing to its competitor. The camera will make its debut in June.
Xiaomi has begun taking pre-orders for its new 'phablet' device, the Mi Max pack a 4850mAh battery and comes in three variants costing between 1499 - 1999 yuan. Shipping starts May 17.
Xiaomi has announced a new smartwatch aimed at kids called the Mi Bunny. Coming in both pink and blue, it has a number of features including route tracking and the ability to make voice calls.
A teaser of the upcoming Mi Max phablet from Xiaomi has been posted in the company's official forums, and the device is slated to launch on 10th of May.
The Xiaomi Mi 5 will be included in a flash sale on Wednesday. The sale starts at 2 PM Indian Standard Time and will cost buyers Rs 24,999. The Redmi Note 3 will also be included in the sale.
Last month, Xiaomi unveiled three variants of its Mi 5 flagship smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2016, and now the company has launched one of the variants in India for a price of Rs.24,999.
Xiaomi has introduced its new Mi Powerbank Pro, a 12.6mm-thick portable charger with a 10,000mAh battery, fast-charging capabilities, and a USB Type-C port, priced at 149 CNY (roughly $22 USD).
Samsung's dual-edge display, made popular by the Galaxy S6 edge, will reportedly be seen on upcoming devices from various Chinese manufacturers such as Vivo, Xiaomi and Huawei.
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Xiaomi took to the stage at MWC for the first time and announced their flagship Mi5, arriving in three flavors, all feature a Snapdragon 820, with 4 GB RAM and 128 GB storage for the range topper.
Mobile World Congress - the biggest event in the mobile industry calendar - is upon us once again, and Neowin is there too. Check out some of the devices that are expected to appear in the week ahead.
Xiaomi and ACRCloud will be teaming up to bring track recognition capabilities to Xiaomi's 'Mi Music' application. The feature will allow users to hum tunes and have them identified.
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Meizu and Xiaomi are finally making their debuts in the United States via US Cellular. Although four handsets are currently being offered, none of them will offer LTE for the United States.
Xiaomi is launching its Android-powered Mi 5 flagship smartphone on February 24, a new rumour indicates that the company might unveil a Windows 10 Mobile variant of the device as well.
Samsung sit atop the global smartphone shipment vendor list, but their dominance in China has been hit hard by companies like Huawei and Xaiomi, being pushed from the top five altogether.
The first Mi Band released by Xiaomi was heads and shoulders above the competition, if not in price then by quirks like battery life. Check out our review of the Mi Band 1S to see if this still holds!
Currently in mass-production and slated for a February launch, the Xiaomi Mi 5 flagship recently showed up on GearBest, complete with renders and high-end specs, including the new Snapdragon 820.
The co-founder of Chinese smartphone giant - Xiaomi - has confirmed that Mi 5 devices are being mass produced right now, in time for a February launch - sometime after the Chinese new year.
The latest data from IDC shows that the wearable device market is still dominated by Fitbit and Apple. But Xiaomi is right on Apple's heels, which should make for an interesting holiday season.
Microsoft has finally released the highly-anticipated Windows 10 Mobile ROM for the Xiaomi Mi 4 Android handset, opening up a world of possibilities of the OS running on other devices too.
Back in March, Microsoft and Xiaomi teamed up to develop a Windows 10 Mobile ROM that could be installed by users onto their Mi 4 Android phones - and it finally looks set to arrive on December 3.
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A follow up to last year's hugely popular MiPad, the MiPad 2 promises the same high quality and performance that the last generation was known for, along with one new addition... Windows 10.
A Weibo post from a Microsoft Software Engineer Institute Director claims that the first official Windows 10 Mobile ROM may be released for the Xiaomi Mi4 - an Android handset - around Thanksgiving.
Xiaomi announced a successor to the Piston 3 IEMs just a couple of days ago, and we've already received a pair and spent some time with it in this Neowin-exclusive review.
Xiaomi has launched the Mi TV 3, successor to the Mi TV 2 it had launched earlier this year. The new TV offers a bigger screen at 4K resolution, at just 11.6-mm thick and runs Android.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella welcomes touring Chinese delegation to Redmond and focuses on developing new technologies and strengthened relationships with Chinese partners including Xiaomi and Baidu.
These days, even the most low-end smartphones can offer a remarkably complete user experience, from as little as $50 - but what specs and features do you consider essential in a modern smartphone?
Xiaomi's latest handset, the Mi 4c, packs quite a bit of specifications for a very small price. The handset will be offered in China and will start at $200 USD.
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Xiaomi has unveiled the latest iteration of its Android based operating system, the MIUI 7. The update promises 10% longer battery life and 30% increase in performance, along with other improvements.
Xiaomi's latest handset, the Redmi Note 2, had an impressive first 12 hours selling 800,000 units. The news came via Xiaomi's Weibo page touting the sales milestone.
With Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 event only moments away, Xiaomi has announced the Redmi Note 2 and Note 2 Prime, two flagship devices at extremely low prices.
After its stint as the top smartphone vendor in China for the last two quarters, Apple has now conceded the position to Xiaomi and Huawei, falling to the third place this time around.
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1MORE, the company behind the highly-regarded Xiaomi Piston 3.0 headphones, has sent us their own variation of the in-ear monitors. Check out our full review of the product!
The Chinese company is the 4th largest manufacturer of smartphones in the world without even entering the European and US markets; International Head Hugo Barra wants to change that.
Xiaomi isn't a name you instantly associate with wearables, but they're currently trailing behind Fitbit as the world's second largest wearables vendor, beating out Samsung and Garmin.
After Microsoft and Xiaomi announced development of a Windows 10 ROM that can be installed on an Android phone, registrations have now opened for the beta program... as long as you can get to Beijing.
We recently reviewed the Mi Band and found that lacking Google Fit integration was a bit of a let down, but that's all changed today with the official app updated to support the Google Fit service.