Fudzilla readers get it for $19.99
Xiaomi is a company that tends to positively surprise us with technology and the Xiaomi VR Play Virtual Reality wearable slot-in head-mounted display is one of these cool devices. Xiaomi VR Play was announced three weeks ago and is now available for preorders for $28.99, but Gearbest gave Fudzilla readers the chance to buy it for $19.99.
Dragging its feet
While there is some interest in Xiaomi’s smartphones in the US, the company continues to drag its feet in a Western expansion.
More than 44 per cent of the world's total
Beancounters working for Digitimes Research have added up some numbers and divided by their shoe size and worked out that chinese vendors shipped 145.9 million smartphones globally in total during the second quarter of 2016.
Review: Snapdragon 820 on a budget
Xiaomi’s new flagship is late to the party. The Mi4 launched in 2014, and the Chinese brand did not bother launching a successor in 2015. Why? Because it didn’t have a proper processor to build it around. The Mi4 was based on the Snapdragon 801, so with the Mi5, Xiaomi skipped a year, and a CPU generation.
No pricing but comes with Leopard
Xiaomi VR Play is the official name for the VR from the Apple of China. The company aims to support 4.7 to 5.7 inch phones and comes with unique two way zip designed VR glasses.
Apple fans call foul
Xiaomi has managed to anger a few people with its Mi Notebook Air – not only does it look like Apple’s love child, it even borrowed the name “air” although perhaps "snow" would have been more appropriate.
Snapdragon 616, 3GB RAM, 32GB bargain
Almost two years ago we wrote about commoditized Android phones and how we expected it to start in 2015, and it looks like we were spot on. Companies like Xiaomi are selling their XIAOMI Redmi 3 Pro with Snapdragon 616, 3GB RAM, 32GB for just $145.99.
Ranging from $75 to $180
There is a mobile phone sale currently going on with some of last year's top of the range mainstream phones are going for $130 to 180 USD.
6GB of RAM and 3,700mAh battery
While Xiaomi has teased plenty of information regarding Mi Note 2, a 5.7-incher with Snapdragon 820, there haven't been a lot of talk regarding the successor of the Mi Note Pro, but luckily a Chinese source has shown a bit more information.
Component partnership in the offing
Xiaomi founder and chief executive Lei Jun is expected to visit Seoul this week to have a meeting with Samsung Electronics executives as part of a cunning plan to get a components partnership deal signed.