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The Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 5G officially debuted in Barcelona. It's the same phone we've seen in October, but with a different chipset that enables 5G.
LG, Sony, Nokia, Huwaei, Xiaomi, OnePlus, vivo, Energizer and ZTE will be bringing phones to MWC 2019 that we will be talking about. Here's our rumor trail!
Xiaomi's budget smartphone division is planning a big follow-up for its latest performance-pushing device and a new, perhaps 5G-equipped phone.
It's more than a booth in Barcelona: it will be the largest splash the Chinese firm will have put down around MWC time. Better be worth it, right?
According to the latest information, the 5G Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 is still a go, but, instead of early 2019, it will arrive later in the year.
Lin Bin, like any tech executive in China, loves to tease the fans. He decided to do so with a social media post with a minor distinction.
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The Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 just became official and it's another full-screen flagship from China that brings a sliding mechanism to kill the notch.
Huawei has put out four variants of its latest flagship smartphone, the Mate 20! Plus, a non-Wear OS smartwatch and some new peripherals!
Two phones. One week. All in China. One for those who want to push their screens to the edges, the other for pushing games to he extreme.
A video of the device in action has leaked showing its motirized deck featuring an advanced camera system and the ability to unlock a laptop.
Something out of left field from China and renegade tech company Xiaomi could be popping into place in just over a week-and-a-half's time.
This is the first phone showing a 5G icon in its status bar. It will be announced on September 15, and it's also a sllider.
Nine Android phones have launched and we expect more to come along soon. We also cover Xiaomi's OPPO Find X and other mobile tech news in our show!
The chairman and CEO posted a picture of the device and told fans that it would be coming soon. How soon? Well, it will take some effort...
The Chinese smartphone maker has yet to officially call out an event, but there has been a render making the rounds on Weibo.
Is HTC still the phone maker we know and love? How are iPhone buyers sizing up their phones based on where they come from? And a whole lot more.