All we are waiting for Xiaomi to hold a new product launch conference on March 29. As you know, at the event, the manufacturer will …
Xiaomi has been out of the tablet field for about three years. Its most recent tablet is the Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 and it was …
Yesterday, we reported that Xiaomi’s CEO, Lei Jun, will have a press conference with Mi Fans today. At the conference a few hours ago, Lei …
Now, we can say that folding screen smartphones could win customers’ hearts. Any product released in this category has become a star. And many customers …
We would hardly say that the current Xiaomi Mi Pad was an expensive device, yet an even cheaper tablet is being rumoured and could arrive in early 2015.
Having previously been spotted on GFXBench, a mystery Xiaomi tablet has now appeared for network approval featuring LTE support.
A Redmi tablet is what these GFX Benchmarks look like to us. What do you make of the mystery Xiaomi tablet specs?
After months of waiting and speculation, Xiaomi today finally announced their long awaited Android tablet, and it is a killer!
A Reuters report claims that Xiaomi’s 7.9-inch tablet is well on its way, and here’s when we think it’s going to come.
Again with the Xiaomi tablet leaks, only this one actually looks more like a tablet and less of a Magic Trackpad.
For a company as large and famous as Xiaomi, they have been experts at keeping their new products under wraps! Today a new image appears of a mystery device, one we hope will be a Xiaomi tablet!
Releaseing MIUI on the Nexus 7 is on the first step for Xiaomi in to the tablet market. Tomorrow the Beijing based phone maker could launch their very own Xiaomi tablet.
Although a Xiaomi tablet that’s allegedly in the works has shown up multiple times in the past, rumours around the same have died down in the recent times.
Will Xiaomi launch an Android tablet running MIUI? Rumours would suggest so with the latest news telling us of a 7-inch device costing around $177.
There had been plenty of rumours about a Xiaomi tablet and although nothing has been released yet, fans still can’t shake the idea so have had to port MIUI V5 over to the Lenovo A3000 tablet.
Last week we took part in the launch of the Xiaomi Mi3 and Xiaomi TV, but sadly there was no Xiaomi tablet, but for those of you looking this 7-incher might be a good candidate.
Sources at Foxconn say that the Xiaomi tablet has been in the testing stages for the past 8 months and it is finally ready for mass production.
Yesterday evening Chinese tech sites were reporting that Xiaomi had sent out invitations to next week launch in tablet size boxes.
There are few Android tablets on the market which I would happily swap my iPad mini fore, but if these Xioami tablet photos, specifications and prices are correct I’m tempted.
The much talked about and hotly anticipated (at least here at GizChina) Xiaomi Tablet is now rumoured to run a MT6589T CPU suggesting it will support 3G and calling!