After thousands of steps and testing with various devices, here is our hands on review of the Xiaomi Mi Band fitness wearable.
Just as the smartphone market is exploding so too is the Chinese automototive industry and as giants clash prices continue to drop.
Xiaomi never seems to be out of the spotlight and are either lowering prices, launching new products are are rumoured to be bring a new mid-range flagship our way.
No.1 have started to leak photos of their new phone. The No. Plus is yet again another clone, this time of the popular OnePlus One.
In a Weibo post this morning Xiaomi CEO, Lei Jun, has confirmed that his company will be releasing a youth version of the Xiaomi Mi4 at a new 1799 Yuan price point.
The year is coming to an end and there are a lot of great Chinese phones to choose from, so which one are you planning to buy next?
First it was Philips, then Meizu and now technology company Bird have joined up with Alibaba to launch a YunOs powered phone.
Ehear get in to the tablet market with a compact device packing a quad-core chip and built-in 3G.
Elephone’s first 4G LTE phone, the Elephone P3000, has come in to development problems and the launch date pushed back.
Lenovo head to TENAA after their completed Motorola acquisition, with a huge screen 7-inch phablet.
Otium have a lot going on with the release of the LTE Otium Z4, and now a new wearable named the Ballon hinted at over on Facebook.
It might have been launched at the start of the year, but the powerful IUNI U2 is still a great phone and not it costs almost as much as the entry-level Xiaomi Redmi.
Details surfaced today that Chinese E-commerce site Jingdong are working to produce their own bezel-less Dphone for a launch in December.
GooPhone are usually hot of the bat with knock off iPhones but we guess Apple caught them off guard with the large screen iPhone 6 plus which put them on the back foot.
The latest Android powered TV Box from Tronsmart comes with a hefty 4GB of RAM, along with an octa-core processor.
It’s rare to see a smaller Chinese phone maker use a processor not made by Mediatek, so Cubot’s annoucment that they have teamed up with Qualcomm on the Cubot Zorro is quite a surprise.
Xiaomi already have their own phones, tablets, TV’s, wearables, UI, and clothes line, so what else could they add to their line up? How about their own chipset?
This rather cool (at least to me) yellow and red OnePlus One style swap cover appeared on Weibo today begging a few questions.
There have been disputing facts concerning the Meizu MX4 PRO with some sources saying the same 5.4-inch display and others a larger 5.5inch. An actual spy photo suggests the latter.
Teasers are nice, but nothing beats a nice leaked photo, especially when the results show the use of a decent ROM as these do with the Otium Z4 and MIUI.