ZOOZ sent over specifications of their new ZOOZ S5.5, which the company claims “replicates” the Xiaomi Redmi, and claims the reason for this is similar for the reasons bands cover each others work!

If you though that all Xiaomi had for the 16th August was the launch of their new OS then think again as they also plan to start selling their latest LTE phone.

It’s not surprising that the launch of Xiaomi’s first available LTE managed to build a crowd and again the company have sold all their stock in just seconds.

In an interesting turn of events, Xiaomi’s high profile recruit, Hugo Barra took to BGR India’s comments section to reveal launch details about their upcoming devices including the much awaited Redmi series!

Xiaomi have announced the details of their LTE Redmi Note which will cost just 999 Yuan and will be available from August 12th.

Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun has posted that the Xiaomi Redmi Note LTE will launch in China tomorrow.

Xiaomi didn’t release an LTE version of the Redmi series (despite receiving network licences for the phones), but that hasn’t stopped hands on photos and video of the updated device from hitting the web.

Xiaomi’s 22nd July “4” event could be more than just a Xiaomi Mi4 launch but an 4G LTE conference with numerous new phones.

Xiaomi further reduced the Mi3 prices for India, which now stands at 13,999 INR as opposed to previously announced 14,999 INR, along with two new product launches.

If you thought Xiaomi was done dazzling the Indian market, well, think again!

Xiaomi announced on their Facebook page for Singapore that the company sold a massive 5,000 units of the Redmi Note in under a minute earlier today.

People were a little upset when Xiaomi announced the new Redmi range sans LTE, but rumours from sources claim that 4G enabled phones are heading to market very soon.

China’s back to what its best known for – making clones. But this one’s special… read on to know why!

Xiaomi’s Asian push continues with an announcement that the company will begin selling their most popular handsets in the Philippines.

The CoolPad Note is an even cheaper alternative to Xiaomi’s RedMi Note.

We took the much anticipated Snapdragon 400 powered Xiaomi Redmi 1S for a thorough spin, and here’s what we think of it!

Additional colour options of the Xiaomi Redmi 1S will be available for Chinese customers starting from next week.

Xiaomi Redmi Note prices take a slight drop meaning the advanced version of the phone can be bought for less than $200.

Chinese smartphone reseller SPEmall have reduced pricing for the Xiaomi Redmi Note to $230 and confirmed stock of the WCDMA G2F will be available from next week.