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In case you’ve spent the last year or two in a coma, here’s what you missed: Fudzilla fell in love with inexpensive Chinese phones, a lot of celebrities and pop culture icons died, and the loud bloke from Celebrity Apprentice is now US President-elect.
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Xiaomi does not appear worried that its smartphone sales are falling.
Xiaomi might launch one more significant mainstream phone called the Xiaomi Mi 5C. The phone is rumored to come with a 1,000 Juan ($150/€140) price tag and a potentially handsome design.
Officially from Xiaomi
There were plenty of leaks showing a smaller version of the earlier unveiled Xiaomi Mi MIX smartphone but now it appears that such a product does not exist, according to Xiaomi at least.
Plenty of good things but some bad as well
Xiaomi certainly made a lot of noise with its impressive concept Mi Mix smartphone with an almost edge-less design and now it has been officially reviewed by Arstechnica and compared to some of the high end smartphones on the market, like the iPhone 7, Galaxy S7 and Google Pixel.
$509.99 for 1.07 KG Skylake notebook
You've got to love "singles day" and even if you are not single, you will be able to enjoy many sale prices form shops such as Gearbest.
Build it and hunt for Sarah Connor
Xiaomi is producing a plastic toy robot that you can assemble into different forms, and control with an app.
Shipping before Christmas
We stumbled upon a listing for Xiaomi's latest Mi MIX which puts the new smartphone on pre-order for US $659.99 for the standard 4GB/128GB and US $759.99 for the 6GB/256GB Mi MIX 18K version.
Not as bezel-less as expected. Oooooh
After a big Mi MIX surprise during the Mi Note 2 smartphone launch, Xiaomi has released a couple of trailer videos for the new smartphone but we also got a few hands-on videos that show a bit more details.
13-inch Core i5 version for $888.99
Fudzilla got a chance to play with the Xiaomi Notebook 12, Xiaomi's first field trip to the computer market, and we can tell you that this is one great, 1.07 KG heavy, notebook powered by Skylake-based Core m3-6Y30 CPU that runs just about any everyday application. The best thing is that this notebook sells for US $579.99.