May 12, 2015 by ...
This has to be the best Mi phone review ever. The author is Debashis Sarkar from Bangalore. He dishes out daily doses of Mi 4i love and let’s us know how pimp or faulty that handset is. I enjoy his observations and prose as well.
1-Live Review Blog: A week with the flagship Xiaomi Mi 4i smartphone (Day 4) Take part in the detailed week long review of the Xiaomi Mi 4i flagship smartphone.
Day 4, May 12: Getting used to Mi 4i 11 AM: Recalling my usage pattern, I usually need 3GB for music, 4 GB for images and videos and around 2 GB for apps. I never store movies on my smartphone and usually plug in my pen drive to watch them. So, it seems 10 GB may be good enough for me, at least initially. However, 10 GB may not be enough for everyone. It totally depends on your usage. To decide better, just see how much storage you are actually using on your current smartphone. I guess 10GB with USB OTG support should work for most users. – See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-reviews/live-review-a-week-with-the-flagship-xiaomi-mi-4i-smartphone/#sthash.rwLUtOFV.dpuf
2-Micromax Yu Yuphoria vs Xiaomi Redmi 2 vs Lenovo A6000 vs Moto E 2: Best Sub-₹7,000 Smartphones You Can Buy
The year 2015 is really proving to be a thrilling year for the Indian budget smartphone enthusiasts. Every month, the smartphone market witnesses some new smartphones, leaving the enthusiasts more confused about which one they should go for.
Xiaomi continues its neurotic ‘partner with anyone’ strategy
3-With Xiaomi Deal, Midea Bets on Smarter Future
By working with smartphone maker Xiaomi, the appliance manufacturer is diversifying its products and business culture
Cannot say I believe this but check for yourself.
4-Xiaomi Mi 4i Vs Concrete And Fire
Xiaomi has announced a number of smartphones this year, and their new Mi Note Pro flagship is available for purchase starting today. If you’d like to read more about that, click here. We’re not here to talk about the Mi Note Pro, but a Xiaomi-branded mid-ranger which was announced in India last month, the Mi 4i. This is a really affordable mid-range device which offers really solid build quality, and we’re here to see if that’s true.
Wow, looks like Xiaomi isn’t the only one borrowing design ideas….
5- First Look: YuFit fitness band launched in India at Rs 999; will compete with Xiaomi Mi Band
YU launches the YuFit fitness band in India with a price tag of Rs 999. The new band is said to be the first calorie counter for Indian foods and also, keeps a tab on weight and fitness tracking.