The big news of yesterday is not just the Mix 4. It was also the day that marked the return of Xiaomi to the tablet market. The handset maker (and maker of everything else) has revealed an iPad Pro competition: Xiaomi Pad 5 and Xiaomi Pad 5 Pro.
After 3 years of development, 60 patents filed, and roughly 500 million Chinese yuan, Xiaomi’s under-display camera has finally arrived. The handset maker (and maker of everything under the sun) showed off its third-gen under-display camera technology last year, only be beaten by ZTE in getting it onto the market, twice.
10 years ago, augmented reality gun was a thing. It quickly died down for obvious reason: no one wants to be wielding a toy gun that needs a phone as its “sight” to shoot some virtual aliens.
Not sure the relation between mobile gaming, or mobile phone in general, with Bruce Lee. TBH, we don’t even know the association between a modern timepiece and the martial art legend, but hey, it’s a homage and a homage needs no specific reasons. Speaking homage to Lee, here’s a handset that celebrates the kung fu …
When Android handset makers started dishing out gaming smartphones a few years ago, they were actually somewhat affordable. Obviously, few years down the road today, that isn’t the case anymore. Thankfully, there’s Poco X3 Pro, a quasi flagship device that is marketed as a gaming phone and now, Redmi K40 Gaming Enhanced Edition.
At last month Spring event, Xiaomi revealed it is going to develop and manufacture electric vehicles. Xiaomi planned to invest US$10 billion over 10 years for the development of smart EV. So, yeah, Mi car is happening, though it won’t materialize so soon.
Anyone who is in the market for a projector may want to check out Xiaomi’s offering, the Mi Smart Projector 2 Pro, a follow up to its Mi Smart Compact Projector aka Mijia Projector. For those who are not aware, Xiaomi is not new to projectors.
So much for the promise of making affordable gadgets. We totally understand the premium price tag of Mix Fold, but a premium price on a regular smartphone from Xiaomi? It’s debatable.
Xiaomi has stopped producing Mix models since 2018 (not counting the Mix Alpha which was concept). Yesterday, the name Mix appeared again, but this time, as a folding phone called Mix Fold.
Xiaomi’s Poco line of phones has done it again. The Poco sub brand has recently welcomed to two new members, the Poco X3 Pro and the Poco F3, that are sort of flagship devices (or quasi flagship devices?), but with extremely attractive price points.