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Xiaomi's latest, the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro, feature 6.7-inch displays and quad-camera arrays. Powered by Android 10, they support dual-5G and Wi-Fi 6.
Today's mid-range phones are often more powerful than the one in your pocket. Don't spend flagship money when one of these might best suit you.
Not too many people in the US are familiar with the brand of Xiaomi. And of those who are, a chunk of them likely...
Xiaomi's latest series, the Redmi Note 8, arrives in September with two version. One offers a 48-megapixel camera while the other tops out at 64-megapixels.
Tomtop has a flash sale underway which sees the Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 discounted by more than half its normal price. Hurry, it won't last forever. (Promoted)
Xiaomi, the powerhouse device maker from China is back with another flagship. This time, we're taking a look at the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3....
Xiaomi has just announced its brand new Mi 9 flagship with a Snapdragon 855, a triple camera setup with a 48MP main shooter, in display fingerprint scanner, and more for under $450.
Xiaomi's new Air Dots are a serious Airpods competitor that we think beat Apple at its own game. Check out our review for all of the details.
Samsung reportedly works with Google on its upcoming foldable smartphone, the OnePlus 6T specs have leaked, XIaomi is bringing new updates and more.
The new Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 just made its debut with four cameras, a sliding display, and no notch in sight.
In today's edition of In Brief, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 could launch with 10GB of RAM, Spotify announces new Wear OS app, and more news you need to know.
If you need to catch up on the big news of the day, then you'll want to check out In Brief. We learn more about Samsung and Essential devices and more.
These days you don't have to spent $800+ to get a phone powered by the Snapdragon 845? Check out these phones that are super fast, but also affordable.
In the latest episode of Hot Take we take a look at the Pocophone F1, what's going with email clients, and an upcoming Galaxy phone with some interesting new features.
You need a new device but (rightly) think spending north of $1,000 is insanity, right? Well, you're not alone. Check out our list of devices under $500!