Xiaomi is a relative new kid on the block when it comes to smartphones, launching its first in just 2011. The Chinese manufacturer has seen a meteoric rise to success that puts it currently as one of the world's largest smartphone vendors by volume. Xiaomi's main success comes from its native China, and in recent years, the brand has made it big in the Indian market thanks to its range of budget Redmi devices.
Away from smartphones, Xiaomi makes apps, smart TVs, fitness bands, air purifiers, robot vacuums, and even a smart rice cooker. But the thing it's probably most well known for away from actual phones is the software that runs on them. MIUI predates the first Xiaomi smartphones and is a complete re-working of Android as we know it.
Xiaomi co-founder Lei Jun has confirmed that the presumed successor to the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has been canceled as it sought to create a "better experience" for consumers.
Xiaomi has confirmed that it will unveil a refresh to the Xiaomi 12 series next month. The Xiaomi 12S range will boast Leica-tuned cameras, with new rumors suggesting beefier specs.
While the transition from Android TV to Google TV moves at a snail's pace, Hisense and Xiaomi have jumped ship to Amazon's Fire TV interface with their latest offerings.
Despite some scratches on the back and front, the Xiaomi 12 Pro remained in one piece after JerryRigEverything's durability test.
Redmi's latest entry-level phone for the Indian market comes with a 6nm chipset and a 50MP main camera.
Xiaomi has rolled out a new fitness-focused version of the Watch S1 smartwatch that it launched in China in December.
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