Motorola, OnePlus and Xiaomi. Each of these phone makers have embraced the use of bamboo on their phones, with the latest device being the Xiaomi Mi Note bamboo edition to launch.
If you haven’t already bought the fantastic Xiaomi Mi Note, then the release of a new Bamboo version might just tip you closer to making a purchase.
Considering the Xiaomi Mi Note as your next phone and wonder how the 13 mega-pixel rear camera performs? Here are some photo samples from my own useage of he phone.
Want to see what we think of the latest flagship from Xiaomi? Keep reading for our first impressions of the Xiaomi Mi Note plus hands on video.
The speed of clone manufacturers is quite scary, how they can get a fake version of a newly launched phone like the Xiaomi Mi Note in the market is amazing and a troubling thought to international buyers.
Xiaomi fans living outside of China can today breath a sigh of relief as you won’t have to wait months for a compatible LTE version of the Mi Note to launch, as they all will!
After today’s launch, Xiaomi had a number of Xiaomi Mi Note phones for press and fans to play around with and as usual someone managed to run Antutu on the new device.
With Xiaomi’s new large screen phone launched, lets see how both version square off against the flagship Meizu MX4 Pro.
With the Xiaomi Mi Note launched finished, journalists in China are now getting to go hands on with the 5.7-inch phablet, and from hands photos it looks very well made.
Xiaomi’s launch has been an impressive one, with the company launch 2 flagship phablet phones with some very impressive hardware specifcations! Keep reading for more details of the Xiaomi Mi Note.