A Xiaomi teaser featuring the number ‘pi’ has been released and might mean a new curved TV is on the way.
LeTV have officially opened their U.S online mall and are now selling LeTV accessories to residents of the United States with LeTV smart TV availability …
Letv appears to be working on at least one smart TV launch for the Indian market sometime soon.
LeTV have released some interesting TV and content streaming device today, but it is their LeTV X40 smart TV costing only $266 which has me reaching for the credit card!
Xiaomi sound like they are ready to release the 3rd generation of their Xiaomi TV in China on the 24th March.
India based Micromax have moved from mobile to clash with electronics giants in the living-room with their very own Android Smart TV.
The final launch item from today’s Xiaomi announcement was the Mi Box Mini, an impressively tiny little Android TV box that will cost only 199 Yuan!
Tronsmart have turned their attention away from Android TV boxes, to produce their very own Chromecast alternative.
Xiaomi might have gotten a head start on the low-end, high-quality Android market, but competitors like Hisense and it’s VIDAA box are catching up fast.
Tencent, developers of popular messaging app WeChat, are on their way to releasing the WeChat TV, a smart TV which integrates with your WeChat account.
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Ahead of the October Holidays, Hisense have launched a new range of 4K smart TV’s which features a ranging topping 85-inch model.
Hot on the heals of both the Xiaomi TV and rumoured LeTV X50 comes the Skywork “Cool On” Android smart TV starting from just $326!
Remember a few months back when we got some eye’s on time with the very attractive LeTv? Well, if rumours are accurate the company could be looking to reduce the price to just 2999 Yuan in a price war against the new Xiaomi TV.
Very exciting news Xiaomi fans! Insiders at the company have revealed Xiaomi could launch a new Android based gaming platform.
Last evening Xiaomi CEO, Lei Jun jumped the gun a little and announced that Xiaomi will be holding its annual event on 5th September.
At 6pm today as everyone was getting ready to go home, Xiaomi posted a message that something is going to be announced at 10am tomorrow morning!
Xiaomi fever continues with more reports point at the Android Xiaomi TV which will be available in both 47-inch and 55-inch options!
Xiaomi’s Android TV is expected next month, and new reports claim the cost of the 47-inch TV could be only 4000 Yuan!
Chinese video sharing site LeTv have ventured in to the Android smart TV arena with the very stylish LeTv X60.