Posts Tagged ‘Xiaomi’

As always, Samsung and Xiaomi have poked fun at the iPhone 12 for not having a charger and headphones in the box, even though the two might end up doing the same soon. Here is what you need to know.

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Xiaomi’s new promo video shows under-display camera tech which will start appearing in phone from next year. Check out the video right here.

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Xiaomi’s CEO is the latest to be caught using an iPhone instead of his company’s phone. Here is what you need to know.

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Xiaomi is looking to launch an all-screen solar-powered smartphone if a recent patent filing is anything to go by. Here’s what the phone could look like.

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Xiaomi already has a very strong reputation for creating some impressive phones. But it also has an even stronger reputation for stealing ideas from its competitors. Usually Apple.

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The thought of Xiaomi copying a feature or interface of Apple’s isn’t something new but sometimes even the audacity of the company takes us by surprised. Right now, it seems Xiaomi has its sights set on Apple’s Memoji, the customzable animated emoji that it introduced alongside the iPhone X in 2017.

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Xiaomi Mi 9 has shamelessly ripped off macOS Mojave’s dynamic wallpapers as shown in leaked images. Here’s everything you need to know.

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The latest to be named as a company working on a foldable phone is Xiaomi, with a video showing the company co-founder Lin Bin using what is a prototype of a tablet that folds into a phone-like form factor.

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Xiaomi’s new foldable phone may have leaked online, and you can watch a video of it in action right here.

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YouTuber Jonathan Morrison wanted to see whether the 1080p Xiaomi Pocophone F1 display was indeed better looking compared to the iPhone XR’s oft-criticized 720p panel, so he set up a blind test to get to the bottom of things.

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A new report explains how Apple’s iPhone continues to inspire Chinese Android-powered smartphones. Here are the details.

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They say the highest form of flattery is copying or mimicking. So, with that in mind, based on Xiaomi’s latest flagship, Tim Cook and his entire Apple executive and design teams should be basking in the glory of flattery considering just how much the hardware looks like Apple’s iPhone X.

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