Xiaomi has built a reputation on over delivering and under pricing. Its latest smartphone, the Mi 5, looks to continue that legacy with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, a metal and glass build, and a 16-megapixel rear camera with 4-axis OIS, all for just S$619. Another surefire winner? We find out.
Xiaomi has stressed much that their latest Mi 5 smartphone took two years to design, packed with flagship features but at a palatable price that everyone can agree. Here's a closer look at this well-crafted device.
This time, Xiaomi decided to add one more hardware feature to its Mi Band wearable – heart rate tracking. No prizes for guessing how they arrived at the Mi Band Pulse's name. But how does it perform?
The 16,000mAh Mi Power Bank is Xiaomi's biggest power bank to date. A high capacity aside, it also comes with two USB ports that support a maximum output of 3.6A/5.1V. We tell you if you should pick one up, or stick to the 10,400mAh version.
Xiaomi's new Redmi Note 3 shares many of the specs and features of premium flagship smartphones: 5.5-inch Full HD display, lightning fast fingerprint scanner, full-metal build, 3GB RAM, and a huge 4,000mAh battery. All this for just S$299? Sounds too good to be true? We find out if it is.
As MWC 2016 draws to a close we take a look back at all of the week's major smartphone reveals, from the big hitters like the Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5, to the quirky, like the HP Elite X3 and HTC Desire 530. Looking for all of your MWC phone news in one place? Look no further.
The Xiaomi Mi 5 is an affordable and beautifully designed smartphone. It ships with a Snapdragon 820 processor, LPDDR4 RAM, and UFS 2.0 storage, giving it everything it needs to contend with the best.
Traveling anytime soon with your smartphone as your only camera? Here's what I packed when I went to shoot our recent travel photography guide in South Korea.
Xiaomi declares that the Redmi Note 2 is a smartphone that gives us a "flagship-like" experience. We see how much of that experience rings true in our review.
Xiaomi claims that the Redmi Note 2 smartphone is designed for a flagship-like experience with affordable pricing, so we're seeing how the smartphone holds up on its own.