Xiaomi is bringing price cuts on several tech products during the day
Mi Band 4, Mi TV 65-inch model, Mi Water Purifier, and a few other smart living products has been launched at the Smarter Living 2020 event
Xiaomi’s Mi Beard Trimmer is up for pre-order for Rs. 1,199 on Mi.com.
The phone is expected to feature the flagship-grade specs, which means the Black Shark 2 is expected to launch with a higher price.
Mi LED TVs feature smart PatchWall user interface (UI), a voice search feature and high quality hardware design at “honest pricing”.
The phone could come as a superior option of the India Redmi Note 7 variant that arrived alongside the Redmi Note 7 Pro earlier this year.
New Delhi: Taking on Chinese player Xiaomi big time, South Korean tech giant Samsung sold two million phones in its mid-price segment Galaxy A series in India in just 40 days starting March 1, earning a revenue of $500 million. Samsung is targeting $4 billion in revenues from its Galaxy[Read More…]
Flipkart ‘Qualcomm Snapdragon Days’ sale: Offers on Xiaomi Poco F1, Google Pixel 3, Asus Zenfone and more
Flipkart is offering great deals on Snapdragon-powered smartphones as it has announced ‘Qualcomm Snapdragon Days’ sale which is scheduled from March 29 to March 31. Xiaomi Poco F1, Realme 2 Pro, Asus ZenFone smartphones, Google Pixel 3 are among the smartphones that are up for grabs with limited time offers.[Read More…]
San Francisco: Apple continued to rule the global wearables market with 10.4 million Apple Watches among 16.2 million devices shipped in the Q4 2018, the International Data Corporation (IDC) said on Wednesday. The worldwide market for wearable devices grew 31.4 per cent during the fourth quarter, reaching a new high[Read More…]
By Nishant Arora New Delhi: The moment you aspire to buy a Chinese smartphone with high-end specifications, brands like OnePlus, OPPO, Vivo or Realme immediately cross your mind — devices which have gained tremendous popularity and substantial market share in the Indian market within no time. Many do not know[Read More…]
Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Go will be available in three colours- Black, Blue, and Red.
Redmi Note 7 is expected to launch at the base price of Rs 9,999.
The price of Redmi Go has been revealed for Philippine peso 3,990 (roughly Rs 5400).
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By Vivek Singh Chauhan New Delhi: Aiming to dominate the highly crowded mid-segment smartphone market in the country, Chinese handset maker Xiaomi has launched a new smartphone, the Redmi Note 6 Pro, starting at Rs 13,999. The smartphone comes in two variants — 4GB+64GB, which is priced at Rs 13,999;[Read More…]
New Delhi: Riding on the success of its Mi Band 3 in India and other markets beyond China, Xiaomi grabbed the top position with 21.5 market share in the global wearable segment in the third quarter as Apple came second with 13.1 per cent share, the International Data Corporation (IDC)[Read More…]
Xiaomi‘s next launch is set to take place on November 22. Though the exact model details have not been released by the company, it is anticipated that it will launch the Note 6 Pro which was released in Indonesia earlier. The price for the Indian release is expected to be between[Read More…]
New Delhi: Aiming to help domestic smartphone manufacturers recover lost ground, the government has taken several measures in the recent past, like easing norms for local manufacturing and hiking customs duty on mobile phones. The efforts, however, have brought little cheer for the beleaguered local vendors, as Chinese players —[Read More…]
New Delhi: Aiming to help domestic smartphone manufacturers recover lost ground, the government has taken several measures in the recent past, like easing norms for local manufacturing and hiking customs duty on mobile phones. The efforts, however, have brought little cheer for the beleaguered local vendors, as Chinese players — now[Read More…]
Xiaomi which has the image of ‘Apple of China’ for the kind of stylish phones it delivers is losing the Chinese market to its rivals. According to new data from research firm IDC, Xiaomi’s sale dropped in China by 38% in the second quarter of 2016. Xiaomi which was launched[Read More…]