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Xiaomi is reportedly working on a trade-in program for consumers to trade in their existing iPhones to get the Mi Note or Mi Note Pro. The Chinese company is also developing an app to help iPhone users transfer their data over.
Xiaomi announced its first premium phablet today, the Xiaomi Note. The note boasts a 5.7-inch Full HD display but is lighter and thinner than the iPhone 6 Plus. It also sports a 13MP rear camera with OIS, and a 4MP front-facing camera. A premium Note Pro will also be available, armed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor and 2K display.
Chinese e-commerce site Oppomart has published an image, specs and price for Xiaomi's upcoming flagship device, which is now believed to be the Redmi Note 2. Hit the link to find out more.
What's as thin as a cicada's wing? We'll find out on January 15 when Xiaomi announces its newest flagship device.
Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, announced on Weibo that the company sold 61.1 million smartphones in 2014. Lei also shared that Xiaomi will be expanding into other markets this year.
Xiaomi just announced its latest smartphone, the Redmi 2. As rumored, it comes with dual-4G SIM card slots and is powered by MIUI 6. It is priced at 699RMB (estimated to be S$150).
Xiaomi teases on Twitter that it is announcing a new Redmi device on January 4. It is said that the Chinese company will unveil a new Redmi 1S model with two SIM card slots that support 4G LTE connectivity.