Intel 10th gen CPUs and Nvidia GPUs
Xiaomi has unveiled its new Mi Notebook 14 versions in India, and it will be coming in two versions, Mi NoteBook 14 and Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition, both with 14-inch FHD display, 10th gen Intel CPUs, and Nvidia GPUs, as well as rather affordable pricing.
Same sensors with improvements and new software
Xiaomi has unveiled its latest Mi Band 5 smartband, which is now significantly improved but still retains the same $26 starting price in China.
Xiaomi denies it
Cybersecurity researcher Gabi Cirlig discovered that his Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 smartphone was watching much of what he was doing and sending that data to remote servers hosted by Chinese tech giant Alibaba, which were ostensibly rented by Xiaomi.
Curved AMOLED display, 64MP Sony camera, and Snapdragon 730G
In addition to the global launch of two new Redmi smartphones, Xiaomi also unveiled a rather interesting Mi Note 10 Lite smartphone, which packs quite a lot of features at a rather affordable price point, including a curved AMOLED screen, and a 64-megapixel Sony main sensor, all starting at €349.
Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro first to get it
The big news during Qualcomm's annual Snapdragon technology summit was mobile gaming and its Elite Gaming set of desktop-level features, including an updatable GPU drivers, and while there was only a handful of supported devices, Xiaomi is now hopping on that train with its Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro smartphones.
Coming globally next month
Xiaomi has officially announced the global launch of the Redmi Note 9 and the Redmi Note 9 Pro smartphones. Both smartphones live up to the Redmi brand, bringing a lot of bang for the buck.
Insane €799 and €999 pricing
It took Xiaomi more than a decade to make a camera that could challenge Apple, Huawei, and Samsung, and when it did, it doubled the price of its phone compared to last year. The Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 PRO can be preordered in Spain for the insane amounts of €799 and €999.
Available in India
Xiaomi spin-off brand Poco has launched its successor to last year's head-turning Poco F1.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi his hoping to see off still competition in the mobile phone industry by investing $7.18 billion in artificial intelligence and fifth-generation internet technologies over the next five years.
Minor changes and with Google services
Xiaomi has announced the Mi Note 10, which will be nothing but the previously announced Mi CC9 Pro, but for markets outside of China, with only slight changes in the price as well as having Google services included.