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Tech News Xiaomi's Mi Water Purifier purifies up to 76 barrels of water per day, and you can monitor it with an app
Xiaomi has unveiled yet another new household product; and this time, it's the Mi Water Purifier, which is capable of purifying up to 76 barrels of water daily. With a base area that is smaller than a piece of A4 paper, the Mi Water Purifier costs just RMB 1,299 (~S$285). Hit the link to find out more.
Xiaomi has just announced the Mi TV 2S, its newest 48-inch 4K TV. The standard edition is priced at RMB 2,999 (~S$660), while a 'Theater Edition' with an independent sound system costs slightly more at RMB 3,999 (~S$880). More details after the jump.
Xiaomi has sent out media invites for an event on 16 July with a teaser that the product will be rather thin.
Xiaomi is rumored to be focusing heavily on the imaging capabilities of its upcoming Mi 5 and Mi 5 Plus smartphones. Hit the link to find out more.
Mi Singapore has announced that a new enhanced version of the Redmi 2 smartphone with 2GB RAM will be launching next Tuesday (14th July) for $179. The original 1GB Redmi 2 has also been reduced to $149.
Xiaomi's ultra affordable wearable, the Mi Band, accounted for nearly a quarter of all wearables sold in Q1 this year. Now it looks like the Chinese company is planning to launch a sequel with added heart-rate monitor functionality.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced on his Weibo account that the company has sold more than 34.7 million smartphones in the first half of the year. This marks an increase of 33% compared to the same period last year.
Which company is the fastest growing player in the up and coming wearable market? According to market share figures released by IDC, one Chinese brand quickly claimed 24.6 percent of the total wearable device market, which is particularly impressive considering it only entered the market late in 2014.