Xiaomi Phones Disassembled, New Accesorries, Yu Yuphoria vs Redmi 2-Xiaomi News

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May 13, 2015 by ...

1-Xiaomi Launches New Accessories For Mi 4 Line India


Xiaomi really made an impression on everyone this year, the company has announced quite a few smartphones accompanied by a number of smart gadgets. Xiaomi has actually unveiled a new mid-range handset for the Indian market quite recently, which is also the first Xiaomi-branded handset to be launched outside of China first, every other smartphone by this company was unveiled in China first and was rolled out to other markets after that. The device in question is the Mi 4i, which is actually really well-specced and well-built, not to mention that it’s really affordable as well ($205).


2-Yu Yuphoria vs Xiaomi Redmi 2 vs Motorola Moto E vs Lenovo A6000: The battle of budget phones

Micromax has launched its latest budget smartphone, the Yu Yuphoria, at an event held in Delhi. The device is quite a head turner with a metal frame body, 2GB RAM and 5MP front camera at the most sought after price tag of Rs 6,999. This also means it will be competing with others at this popular price point from Xiaomi, Motorola and Lenovo. We’ve put the Yu Yuphoria, Xiaomi Redmi 2, Motorola Moto E and Lenovo A6000 in the ring to find out which one emerges as the winner, at least on paper.


3-Xiaomi Mi Note Pro Gets Disassembled, Take A Look Inside

Xiaomi has announced a ton of devices this year, and the company’s Mi Note and Mi Note Pro devices are amongst the most interesting ones. The Mi Note has been available for purchase for months in China, and the more powerful Mi Note Pro is available for purchase starting today.


4-Xiaomi Mi Band: Out Of Stock Again In Just 22 Seconds

After selling one thousand units in 7 seconds in first sale last week, tech-giant Xiaomi sold out ten thousands units of MI Band in just 22 seconds on Tuesday.


5-Here’s why Chinese smartphone makers look to India for growth

IDC reports 4% drop in phone sales in China’s Q1, the first contraction in 6 yrs

Hong Kong | BANGALORE: The most important market for Chinese smartphone makers may no longer be China.

For years, hundreds of millions of Chinese have bought smartphones. In the process, they lifted the fortunes of local handset makers, from the well known like Huawei and Lenovo to the obscure like Coolpad and Gionee.



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