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Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi says that the first batch of its new Mi Note flagship sold out in under three minutes, and claims that it has received 'over 220 million reservations' for the device.
From tardy updates and Micromax crapware, to cutting-edge flagships, wireless keyloggers, Steamtastrophes, and another Xbox price cut, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Xiaomi's new flagship 5.7-inch handset is available in two high-end configurations - with up to 2K display resolution, 4GB RAM, dual-SIM support, 13MP camera, 64GB storage, and more - for $530.
Xiaomi continues their journey taking over the gadget world. They have now announced the successor to the Redmi 1 smartphone, the Redmi 2. The device packs quite a punch, but is still affordable.
Xiaomi, the top smartphone brand in China, has taken their smartphone business to India. They now claim to have sold more than 1 million phones, in a short span of five months.
Smartphones based on Google's Android One platform are having a tough time in the price sensitive Indian market, where they are facing stiff competition from the likes of Motorola and Xiaomi.
Xiaomi claims it'll overtake both Apple and Samsung and become the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the next ten years but that currently sounds like attention seeking rather than a business plan.
Rumors floating around suggest that Xiaomi, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer that is absolutely killing the Asian markets, is looking to challenge GoPro with their own wearable action camera.
Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has managed to topple Samsung as the top smartphone vendor in its home country owing to aggressively priced, well-designed smartphones and social media marketing.
The world's sixth-largest smartphone vendor, Xiaomi, has launched its new Mi 4 flagship handset, with a 2.5GHz Qualcomm 801 CPU, 3GB of RAM, 5-inch 1080p display and interchangeable covers.
According to Xiaomi, its new Mi Pad has sold 50,000 units in less than four minutes. The 7.9" Android tablet is a direct competitor to the iPad Mini Retina with prices starting at $240 USD.