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Xiaomi has already released a few new phones running Android Nougat, also updating a couple of old ones, and planning many other UI makeovers.
The Xiaomi Mi 6 is the Chinese company's first smartphone without a headphone jack, and the reason is it needed a larger battery.
The Snapdragon 835-powered Xiaomi Mi 6 was expected out in January, then February, then March, then today, ultimately breaking cover next week in Beijing.
The Android 7.1-loaded $220 Xiaomi Mi 5c is the first smartphone powered by the company's first homebrewed SoC, the Surge S1.
Xiaomi's mid to high-end smartphone portfolio will reportedly be expanded in 2017, starting with a Mi 5c next month powered by an in-house Pinecone SoC.
After making its all-time CES debut earlier this month, Xiaomi will surprisingly play hooky at the 2017 Mobile World Congress in late February.
Possibly ranging in retail pricing from $290 to roughly $435, the fast-approaching Xiaomi Mi 6 trio should cover all of the company's high-end bases.
What do you think about a prospective 4.6-inch Xiaomi Mi S with Snapdragon 821 processing power and Full HD screen resolution? Plausible or not so much?
Xiaomi global VP Hugo Barra isn't concerned in the least about the company's recent smartphone sales slump, with key revenue coming in from elsewhere.
The upcoming Xiaomi Mi Note 2 could come with everything but the kitchen sink in tow... at an unbelievably low price of $445 or so.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 could beat both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 8 to the borderless dual-edged screen punch next week.
No, because the two are different things. One is a weirdo concept that we doubt will come to bear, the other gets more photos of it leaked.
Today's highlights - an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner baked under the front glass of the Xiaomi Mi 5s, and a dual rear camera on the Mi 5s Plus.
In roughly 96 hours, a Xiaomi Mi 5s is guaranteed to see daylight in China, possibly starting at around $300 with great cameras in tow.
The Xiaomi Mi 5s is guaranteed to break cover on September 27, with Snapdragon 821 muscle in tow, standard 6GB RAM, and a low price tag.
September 27 will definitely bring the Xiaomi Mi 5s, not Mi Note 2 or Pro, to light, likely with Snapdragon 821 processing power in tow.
The looming Xiaomi Mi 5s is starting to sound like more than a modest, incremental Mi 5 upgrade, with improved raw performance and biometrics rumored.
Click through and look at that headset. Look at that padding. And look at the phone, too. It's going to run MIUI 8 on some fancy curved screen.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 may get side curves and dual cameras on the back while a Xiaomi notebook could be on the horizon. Rumors, rumors.