Xiaomi is reportedly aiming spreading its 5G devices across the worldwide market.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun calls the Redmi Note 8 Pro a 'four-shot small diamond' pointing towards quad cameras.
You see a vertical strip in the centre with three cameras, one of which is speculated to be the 64 MP primary cameras
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun has confirmed the launch on the Redmi TV which is expected to have a 70-inch screen
Apart from 5G use, the Mi Mix 4 could have faster-charging speeds than the Mi 9 at 20W.
The new Smart TV models unveiled by Xiaomi also feature the company's new Patchwall 2.0 interface.
Xiaomi is expected to launch several new updated models to its existing Mi TV lineup on 23 April.
The device is also shown to have a triple-camera setup which would make it a first for Redmi phones
The Xiaomi CEO also listed MIUI 11 features like the inclusion of an ultra-low power saving mode.
Xiaomi Mi 9 Transparent Edition details revealed, the flagship will debut on 20 February
Little is known about the Black Shark 2 so far, but the phone will likely pack a Snapdragon 855 SoC.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 with 48 MP camera might debut in India soon as Xiaomi's VP teases the launch
Xiaomi will have 10 new business units, including 4 hardware units and 4 Internet services units.
Xiaomi on 22 August reported a revenue of approximately $6.6 billion, thanks to smartphones.
The Mi Band 3 is expected to get a display similar to the Band 2, but this time with a 2.5D curved glass on top but without a physical button.
Xiaomi confirms MIUI 10 launch along with Mi 8 smartphone as part of its 8th Anniversary celebrations on 31 May
Xiaomi took to MIUI's official Weibo handle today to confirm that MIUI 10 will be officially announced as part of the company's anniversary celebrations.
A leaked image of an internal email sent to employees by Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun reveals that a new camera department is being created within the company.
The promise comes as Xiaomi is looking to market its internet services business to investors ahead of an IPO that could potentially value the smartphone maker at $100 billion.
Xiaomi to launch six smartphones in India this year alongside focus on introducing more product categories
Xiaomi's founder Lei Jun had earlier stated that the company is looking to invest approximately $1 billion in as many as a 100 startups across the country.
Xiaomi has been selling a number of products in the US including Mi TV, Mi Headphone and more via various WalMart outlets throughout the country.