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  1. Xiaomi says it can now fully charge a phone in eight minutes at 200W New ‘world records’ in wired and wireless charging Xiaomi has shown off its latest fast charging tech demo, and consequently is claiming the new world records for both wired and wireless charging speeds. Using a modified Mi 11 Pro with a 4,000mAh battery, Xiaomi says it’s able to fully charge the phone in 8 minutes over a 200W wired “HyperCharge” system, or in 15 minutes with 120W wireless charging. Charging speeds are a frequent battleground fo
  2. Xiaomi patents a new under-display camera that can even rotate Xiaomi started working on its first under-display camera tech back in 2019 and last year, we had the third-generation design from the Chinese tech giant. The third-gen design is said to debut in a Mi phone sometime this year. However, it appears that Xiaomi isn't stopping as the company has patented an all-new design for its fourth-gen under-display camera and this time the camera would be able to rotate. As discovered by LetsGoDigital, the patent says the new flip camera design will allow it to rotate so th
  3. Xiaomi launches Mi MIX FOLD, its first foldable smartphone with Liquid Lens camera and more Xiaomi today announced Mi MIX FOLD, its first foldable smartphone with a large 8.01-inch WQHD+ resolution flexible internal display and a 6.52-inch external display. It also comes with a quad-speaker setup, a 5,020mAh battery, and 67W turbo charging support. Mi MIX FOLD also comes with a triple camera setup that is powered by the new Surge C1 processor. Mi MIX FOLD camera highlights: Mi MIX FOLD is also the world’s first smartphone with Liquid Lens technology
  4. Gaming smartphone Black Shark 4 to launch on March 23: Expected specifications The pro version of the smartphone is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 888 chipset The pro version of the phone is expected to get a 108MP primary lens Gaming smartphone Black Shark 4 will be launched on 23 March. The company is expected to introduce two new models in the market. The series will also get a Pro model with all the bells and whistles. The Black Shark 4 Series will feature flagship specifications and will go against the likes of Asus Rog Phone 5.
  5. Samsung to supply foldable OLED panels to Google, OPPO, and Xiaomi Samsung is by now a veteran in the foldable smartphone space, culminating with the company’s excellent Galaxy Z Fold 2. It’s no wonder competitors would look to the company as they look to develop their own foldable devices. According to The Elec, Samsung is going to supply foldable OLED panels for devices from Google, OPPO, and Xiaomi. All of the panels are expected to be “in-folding,” with sizes ranging from 7.6 inches to 8.03 inches. As of now, all three of these companies are said to be
  6. Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra stars in a hands-on video: 120X zoom and secondary screen revealed The Xiaomi Mi 11 unveiled last December in China made its global debut earlier this week. We expected Xiaomi to introduce the Mi 11 Lite and Mi 11 Pro at the event, but that didn't happen. And while there's still no word from the Chinese phone maker about the Lite and Pro models, the Mi 11 Ultra has appeared in a hands-on video. A Filipino YouTuber uploaded the Mi 11 Ultra video on YouTube channel Tech Buff PH. The video is currently set to private, but not before it was mirrored for e
  7. Xiaomi Proves That The Mi 11 Is Rather Easy To Repair The Xiaomi Mi 11 is rather easy to repair, it seems. Xiaomi has uploaded a new video to its YouTube channel. In it, the company’s employee disassembles the device, in order to show everyone that it’s not difficult to do. The Xiaomi Mi 11 is not difficult to repair, the company shows us in a video Do note that this video has been edited, though. It has been edited to make everything feel smooth, and to make it a bit shorter. Still, based on what we can see here, Xiaomi has been smart while assembling the dev
  8. Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite missed the global Mi 11 launch, but it’s still coming The Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite has passed through the Bluetooth SIG website. The filing points to Bluetooth 5.2 support and global availability. Bluetooth 5.2 suggests it won’t come with a Snapdragon 730-series chip as rumored. The Xiaomi Mi 11 launched in Europe yesterday (February 8), marking the flagship’s first foray outside China. Rumors from the likes of Gizmochina also pointed to the arrival of the budget-focused Mi 11 Lite model at the event, but this clearly didn’t happe
  9. Xiaomi Launches Mi 11 Globally: Starting at 749€ Today Xiaomi is launching their new Mi 11 flagship for the global market, following their domestic launch of the phone in China almost 6 weeks ago. The Mi 11 is an interesting device as it really balances out its features as a affordable flagship device. The European prices for the new phone start at 749€, featuring the new Snapdragon 888 SoC, and what seems to be a top-of-the line 1440p 120Hz OLED display, all while featuring a high-end 108MP camera module, though the phone compromises on its other cameras.
  10. Xiaomi just announced an aggressively priced 75-inch QLED Android TV Who needs cinemas when you have a 75-inch screen at home? Xiaomi announced the Mi 11 for international markets today and detailed its MIUI 12.5 rollout plans, but that isn't the only thing the company took the stage for. It's also expanding its Mi TV lineup with one of its biggest products yet, the 75-inch big Mi TV Q1. The QLED Android TV set will come to Europe first and cost from €1299 (~$1560). The Mi TV Q1 has a sleek metal finish and bezels so small they might as we
  11. Xiaomi's new concept phone has a waterfall display that curves in all four corners Xiaomi likes to show out concept phones every once in a while with the last one being the Mi Mix Alpha from September 2019. Today, we get a look at a different type of curved display that melts in all four corners from top to bottom and left to right. Xiaomi is calling it a 88-degree hyper quad-curved screen and it’s the most extreme form of a curved screen we’ve seen to date. The concept device features no ports or physical buttons. The new display actually comes with four rounded cutout
  12. Xiaomi announces Mi Air Charge tech capable of 5W wireless charging over several meters It's a tech demo for now, but Xiaomi says we've entered the era of true wireless charging Forward-looking: When it comes to gadgets, nothing is truly wireless unless there’s freedom of movement in the user experience. Wireless earphones accomplished this feat a few years ago, and it now seems that wireless charging has done so as well, according to Xiaomi. The company says its new Mi Air Charge technology can remotely charge multiple devices (5W each) over several meters withou
  13. Xiaomi unveils the Redmi 9T and Redmi Note 9T mid-range smartphones iaomi has unveiled both the Redmi 9T and the Redmi Note 9T, a pair of mid-range smartphones available for purchase globally. The Redmi Note 9T is the first 5G device in the Redmi Note portfolio, offering dual-5G SIM compatibility. The Redmi Note 9T is the same as the Redmi Note 9 5G, and the Redmi 9T is the same as the Redmi Note 9 4G — both of which launched in China in November last year. Redmi 9T and Redmi Note 9T Specifications Specification Redmi 9T (Global)/Redmi
  14. Xiaomi teases Mi 11 Pro after successful first sale of Mi 11 The camera module seems to include a 108MP primary lens The entire camera assembly of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will sport a much different look compared to the Mi 11. The Mi 11 Pro will get a much bigger camera island Xiaomi recently revealed the Mi 11 in China. The new flagship from the Chinese manufacturer has been received well in its first sale in its native market. Xiaomi managed to sell over 350,000 units of Mi 11 in five minutes. However, the company is all set with the next big
  15. Xiaomi Mi 11 won’t come with charger after it mocked Apple for not including a charger Xiaomi’s CEO confirmed the decision on social media site Weibo Photo by Vlad Savov / The Verge Lei Jun, the CEO of Chinese phone maker Xiaomi, has confirmed that its upcoming Mi 11 phone will not come with a charger, citing environmental concerns. While that’s a legitimate argument against providing yet another hunk of plastic that resembles all the other chargers people already have, Xiaomi joined other phone makers who poked f
  16. Chinese selfie app and smartphone maker Meitu has announced that Xiaomi is effectively taking over its hardware business. Future phones will carry the Meitu brand, but Xiaomi will be responsible for design, R&D, and sales, while Meitu will still be involved in camera software. Basically, it’s a safe bet that Xiaomi’s Mi Home stores across the world will start carrying a bunch of wild selfie-focused cameraphones in the near future. As for why this deal is taking place, Meitu says its “mission is ‘to inspire more people to express their beauty,’ and the board believes that entering into
  17. Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro, which were launched in China are expected to come to India in the next 2-3 months. Chinese technology major Xiaomi revealed its new smartphones Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro at an event in Beijing. The phones go on sale in the home country in September and may be launched in India to around the festive season here. The 64MP sensor from Samsung (ISOCELL GW 1) being fitted as the primary sensor in the quad-camera setup is definitely a highlight among the two devices unveiled. The Redmi Note 8 Pro has a 6.53-inch full HD+ d
  18. Xiaomi's 80W wireless charging tech can fully charge a 4,000mAh battery in just 19 minutes Xiaomi has previously demoed a 120W fast wired charging solution and a 50W fast wireless charging solution for smartphones. The latter can wirelessly charge a phone with a 4,000mAh battery from 0-100% in just 40 minutes. Now, Xiaomi has announced an 80W Mi wireless charging technology for its smartphones which it claims is "an order of magnitude ahead of similar solutions" offered by other brands. The company claims that its 80W wireless charging tech can wirelessly charge a 4
  19. Just a few months ago, Huawei defied the blacklist odds and outsold rival Samsung for global smartphone shipments—initially for April and then for the entire second quarter. Huawei had finally achieved its ambition to reach that coveted world number one slot. But what a difference those last few months have made. The news this week that Samsung’s third-quarter profits are likely 58% up on last year, that smartphone sales have surged as markets have recovered, means that the Korean giant is likely to retake that top-spot from its Chinese rival. The two were neck and nec
  20. Xiaomi’s crazy new $2,800 phone has display on the front, sides, and back Xiaomi says the Mi Mix Alpha is "almost entirely display." First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Xiaomi is back with one of its trademark insane smartphone designs. Meet the Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha, a phone with a screen that curves around the sides and then just keeps going, wrapping all the way around the back of the device. As Xiaomi's blog post says, "the front, side, and back of the phone are almost entirely display." Xiaomi is call
  21. Xiaomi recently submitted a design patent for a smartphone design with dual camera selfies at its corners. The patent was first spotted by TigerMobiles and features several images of smartphones sporting different placements of the dual selfie cameras at the top. As full-screen smartphones designs with pop-up selfie cameras such as the Mi 9T have somehow become the trend, Xiaomi is finding more ways to place the selfie camera. Specifically, some of the designs depict positions other than the teardrop notch or pop-up camera design. In fact, one design clearl
  22. It was only several months ago when the Redmi K20 series was introduced, featuring a pop-up selfie camera as one of its main selling points. Today, Xiaomi teased the successor to that phone with a notable twist to its front camera design that resembles that of Samsung's Galaxy S10+. The Redmi K30 will be sporting a display with a hole-punch cutout for the selfie snapper. It will also feature two lenses similar to the Galaxy S10+ front camera. Xiaomi's General Manager Lu Weibing shared a photo of the Redmi K30 during the debut of the Redmi 8 series in China after its launch in India
  23. The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro has been in the rumor mill for the past month and the device is allegedly coming with 30W fast-charging. Another rumor saying the phone will have a 108 MP camera appears to be true, according to a poster by Xiaomi, saying the phone will arrive on November 5. The image also reveals the Mi CC9 Pro will have a total of five cameras, lined up vertically. The setup also shows two dual-LED flashes next to a sign, saying “5X Optical”, giving heads up about the telephoto camera. Xiaomi is pushing its CC lineup for “creative and curious” people
  24. There’s been a lot of news in the Wear OS world this week from Alphabet possibly buying Fitbit to a new Moto 360 and even a new chipset too. Now, we’re getting a better look at Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi Watch which is expected to run on Wear OS including a first look at its design. XDA-Developers spotted a few posts on Weibo which confirm the design and several details of the upcoming Mi Watch. First and foremost, let’s take a look at the design here. As hinted at in an earlier teaser, it’s clear Xiaomi’s first Wear OS smartwatch, the Mi Watch, is going to steal the design o
  25. The Mi Note 10 is an upcoming smartphone from Xiaomi. It recently got certified alongside a Pro version in Thailand, hence confirming it will be available outside China. Now, Xiaomi has revealed the first official teaser for the phone and it looks pretty familiar. The teaser which was posted on Twitter by the official account not only confirms the Mi Note 10 is coming but it reveals it will be the world’s first 108MP penta camera phone. Does that sound familiar? Of course, it does. The Mi CC9 Pro which Xiaomi also teased today and is scheduled to launch
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