Xiaomi has had a successful run since its inception, and like a lot of companies, it’s a big deal when an anniversary rolls around. This year marks the company’s 5th birthday, and to celebrate they are planning on unveiling several new products on March 31.
Xiaomi has been in the news quite a bit lately, and when they aren’t throwing a sale, they are working on an endless stream of devices. The latest has just made an appearance on a benchmarking site, and it’s called the Xiaomi Ferrari smartphone. Don’t let the name fool you…
The Xiaomi Mi 4 is a great smartphone that’s gained a lot of fans due to its high specs and low price. The Mi Note eventually unseated the device by bumping up the display size, and now we’re getting wind of a new variant. The new handset is called the Xiaomi E4, and it’s thought to be a lower priced alternative to the Mi 4 and Mi Note.
It’s safe to say that “Notes” are a growing trend, and in a few years most manufactures will have a phablet-sized Note in their lineup. Lenovo has just jumped on that supersized bandwagon with the release of a new device in China dubbed the Lenovo K3 Note.
LeTV isn’t the most well-known brand outside of China. A slick upcoming smartphone from the company is going to get some attention, and while it may not have a name, it’s said to have the thinnest bezels on the planet.
The Xiaomi Mi Note is a popular gadgets that’s sold well anywhere it has landed. While we fully expect Xiaomi to release a full-fledged successor down the road, the company is gearing up to announce a special edition of the device tomorrow.
Some Chinese manufactures have warned up to the idea of going global, and we’ve started to see handsets from companies like ZTE and Huawei slowly show up abroad. Meizu is another big brand aiming for a wider audience, and they might just get it with the international Meizu M1 Note release.
The ZTE Nubia Z9 has been in the rumor mill for quite some time, and while many expected it to appear at MWC, it didn’t show up. That may have been a wise move considering the Galaxy S6 Edge release, but we now know that ZTE plans on showing the Nubia Z9 on March 26.
Amid all the smartphones at MWC are some gadgets, and one from Xiaomi is taking aim at the popular GoPro. It’s a tall order to fill, but the Yi Action Cam will cost half the price and has some impressive specs to boot.
File this one under news we didn’t see coming. We knew ZTE would be showing off something today, and they did just that with the ZTE Grand S3. It’s a flagship, and it has a feature nobody else can claim so far in 2015 thanks to Eyeprint ID.
We see a lot of Chinese handsets cross over to India these days, but before they go anywhere, they must first pass through TENAA. Lenovo has sent their fair share of smartphones through the certification service, and the latest one is the budget friendly Lenovo A3900.