We first spotted the white Xiaomi Redmi months and months ago, even before the phone had an official English name! Finally it’s here, but as a China exclusive only for now.

The Xiaomi Redmi Note isn’t the only well equipped, octacore budget phabelt. Here are some top Xiaomi Redmi Note alternatives.

The upgraded WCDMA Xiaomi Redmi 1S made its appearance over on the Tenaa website yesterday meaning Snapdragon powered Redmi’s will be on sale soon.

$180 gets you a lot of phone if you go for the latest octacore Doogee Dagger DG550, a smartphone which hopes to steal away international buyers from the Xiaomi Redmi Note.

With the Nubia X6 safety launched, you might think that ZTE would be happy to enjoy the buzz around their new device but instead they are preparing to launch the ZTE Red Bull on 9th April.

TCL through a very powerful and well spec’d stone at Xiaomi today with the launch of the TCL Meme Da. Let’s see how the Meme Da compares to the Xiaomi Redmi Note!

TCL will officially release their Xiaomi Redmi Note killler today with slighty higher specs and lower price tag!

Gone are the days when Xiaomi sold it’s phones out in just a few minutes, today it took over half an hour for the Beijing phone maker to shift the first batch of Redmi Note phones!

Two new colour options for the Xiaomi Redmi were posted on Weibo today by CEO Lei Jun, but will they ever be launched?

Chinese websites haven’t wasted anytime getting their hands on and first impressions of the Xiaomi Redmi Note published, here is one of the first.

Octacore Lenovo S898T launches in China at a lower price with higher specs than the Xiaomi Redmi!

If you were in the market for one for these budget, octacore phones which would you choose? Xiaomi Redmi Note or Huawei Honor 3X?

Xiaomi’s Redmi Note has been confirmed to go on sale in Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong in May at a starting price of $129.

Those living outside China now have another reason to go green in envy in the form of the uber-hot Xiaomi Redmi Note phablet!

Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, posted this morning that his company’s latest device has 2 days of battery life thanks to the large battery size.

One would usually associate Chinese electronics with a comparatively better value for money ratio, but what the Xiaomi Redmi Note does for a device that’s expected to sell at about $160 is simply surprising.

Xiaomi’s Redmi Note, a 5.5-inch phablet that made an appearance just about 2 days back, is now confirmed to have more than just one variant!

Xiaomi’s first phablet, the Xiaomi Redmi Note has been spotted for the first time in an official Xiaomi photo.

It’s been just days since we learnt of a 5.5-inch Xiaomi phablet that managed a network license, and we already have confirmation from the Chinese giant about an impending device which fits the bill perfectly!

Only a few hours back, Xiaomi posted on their Facebook page that one lot of the company’s cheapest smartphone, the Redmi was sold out in Singapore in under 10 minutes.