What a stellar year 2014 was! Great phones, amazing news and some of the best reviews we have published so far, but which GizChina phone review did you enjoy the most this past year?
Xiaomi is renown as a smartphone and tablet manufacturer, but should it step into the laptop market already?
Rumours are inbound that Xiaomi will be releasing something new on January 15th next year!
You can now have a predefined schedule to turn your Xiaomi phone on and off, but only if you’re on the latest weekly ROM.
The Nokia N1 is on the brink of its release. Do you think the tablet has enough to challenge the mighty Xiaomi Mi Pad?
Xiaomi has been a phenomenon not only in China, but in India as well. Read on to know more.
Although the Mi Pad is still a formidable device, Xiaomi seem to be working on its successor already. Read on for details!
Just today we posted images which are believed to be of a future Xiaomi phone, and here is another possible spy photo of a future Mi phone.
We were skeptical about the idea that Xiaomi could launch a new flagship phone at CES, but this purported leaked image is having us think again.
Another Xiaomi hit’s TENAA with new 64bit specifications which could be the new Xiaomi Redmi 2. Keep reading for full specs.
Xiaomi Mi4 clones are sure to be popular this year, so we take the time to go hands on with one of the first to hit the market! The DOOGEE DG850 Hitman.
We are seriously loosing count of the number of companies using the Xiaomi Mi4 as inspiration for their new smartphones, but however many it is here is another name to add to the list.
Anyone following Xiaomi’s latests moves will have seen that the phone maker have invested in Chinese SoC producer Leadcore who will likely supply processors for Xiaomi’s new phones, and one could have been shown off already!
It hasn’t been a wee since Xiaomi was ordered to stop selling its phones in India, but China’s OnePlus already gets a ban!
A few days ago Xiaomi was hit with a ban preventing the sale of its device in India, new reports say that the ban will be lifted for some products early next year.
Supply chain sources in Taiwan have hinted that Xiaomi are working on releasing a 5000 Yuan Android smartphone in 2015.
Secret meeting with Tesla bosses and Xiaomi’s continued drive (get it) to enter new markets have lead analysts to believe the Beijing tech company could launch their own car in China.
Big news today is that Indian customs have been directed to stop imports of Xiaomi products in to India while an ongoing complaint by Ericsson is investigated!
Although they don’t make a PC (yet) Xiaomi have extended their range of PC accessories this week to include an alloy mouse mat.
It’s time to get some Lollipop on your Xiaomi Mi3 with the release of a Android 5.0 Lollipop ROM for Xiaomi’s previous flagship device.