Category: xiaomi

Xiaomi’s upcoming foldable phone could include a pop-up camera

The foldable phone market is expected to get crowded in the coming years, with big players like Apple joining the foldable bandwagon. Besides Apple, the Chinese tech giants OPPO, Xiaomi are going to try their luck in making their first-ever foldable smartphones. Both the companies had filed multiple patents, giving us a glimpse of what […]
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Xiaomi to launch Redmi Note 9 and other products globally on April 30

Xiaomi to launch Redmi Note 9 and other products globally on April 30

Xiaomi is all set to launch its latest Redmi Note 9 series globally on April 30. This information comes straight from the Chinese company itself. As per the brand’s Twitter handle, the Redmi Note 9 series will be getting a new member on the mentioned date. This will likely be the widely-rumored Redmi Note 9, which […]
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Xiaomi PatchWall 3.0 launches with DisneyPlus Hotstar

Xiaomi PatchWall 3.0 launches with DisneyPlus Hotstar

Xiaomi India has just announced the launch of the latest version of its PatchWall for its Mi TV users. The company along revealed that it is bringing DisneyPlus Hotstar content to Mi TV along with new PatchWall. Talking about the versions, the company is currently rolling out PatchWall 3.0 with this update. Xiaomi executive Sudeep […]
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Xiaomi patent reveals clamshell phone with flipping cameras

Xiaomi patent reveals clamshell phone with flipping cameras

A new patent by Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has surfaced online. The new patent features a unique implementation of the clamshell form factor. This is different from the clamshell designs seen on the Moto Razr and the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The new design quite literally, is a head-turner. The company recently filed a patent […]
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Redmi phones to sport LCD in-display fingerprint sensors

Redmi phones to sport LCD in-display fingerprint sensors

Until now, an in-display fingerprint sensor on a smartphone simply meant that the phone sported an AMOLED screen. However, that is about to change. We already knew brands were working towards implementing in-display fingerprint scanners in LCD screens. This would allow the scanners to work in lower-end mid-range devices that don’t generally use AMOLED screens. […]
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