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Both the Xiaomi Mi Note 3 and Mi MIX 2 will apparently go official the day before Apple's big iPhone 8 event, proving the Chinese OEM's great ambition.
Instead of an originally planned 5.5-inch flexible LG OLED screen, one of Xiaomi's next-gen flagship phones should sport a 6-inch rigid Samsung panel.
Xiaomi has already released a few new phones running Android Nougat, also updating a couple of old ones, and planning many other UI makeovers.
LG Display is said to be capable of producing 22,000 OLED displays per month and has jobs lined up for the next Mi Note and the V30.
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.
Same lack of bezels, but now officially available in a brighter color. Also, the Redmi Note 4X gets struck up for Valentine's Day sales.
After making its all-time CES debut earlier this month, Xiaomi will surprisingly play hooky at the 2017 Mobile World Congress in late February.
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?
One official reposted a rumor that stated that his company would release a revised version of the phone — one that's all flat.
A second batch should go out in a week's time. Until then, there's another Xiaomi concept phone ready to head out in very limited quantities.
Xiaomi isn't just thinking about directly selling unlocked phones stateside down the line, testing the carrier waters for "full-on" launches.
Hope springs eternal, but there's absolutely no chance the bezel-less Xiaomi Mi MIX smartphone will ever leave its homeland of China.
Believe it or not, Huawei has been unthroned in its own homeland by local arch-rivals OPPO and Vivo as far as Q3 smartphone sales go.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 isn't borderless and it doesn't feature a dual cam or iris scanner. But it is dual curved and an all-around powerhouse.
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.
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.
Xiaomi has registered a new, verified and hidden Weibo account with the name of "Xiaomi Pro." Could this be the Mi Note 2 in its final name?
The fabled second take on Xiaomi's phablet spec monster is variably soon. While the wait grows longer or shorter, check out this weird build of Android.
It will be a "mysterious sidekick" that joins the only device we know for sure that will be introduced by Xiaomi on July 27. So, what's the Redmi Pro about?
We know the event date, venue and ticket prices, but it's still unclear exactly what Xiaomi has in store for July 27 in Beijing.
We can't tell if these weirdo specs really point to a Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Pro, the Mi Note 2 or something completely different.