Foldable smartphones seem to be one of the big smartphone trends for 2019. After recently introducing the Royole FlexPai, it’s now the turn of the next China manufacturer. Today we actually saw a video that supposedly shows the first foldable Xiaomi smartphone!
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“Same procedure as last year, Lei?”, “Same procedure as every year, Lin”. Xiaomi goes the same way as last year and not only publishes one version of the new flagship. The Xiaomi Mi 9 is also released as Xiaomi Mi 9 Explorer Edition and is equipped with a quad camera.
Xiaomi really wants to show it in 2019. After recently announcing that the “Redmi” brand has been independently built up and the first foldable Xiaomi device has been leaked, there is now more news. Apparently the new flagship of the manufacturer awaits us in spring. The Xiaomi Mi 9 is already in the starting blocks.
In 2019, there is one smartphone after the other from Xiaomi. Having just launched the subsidiary’s Redmi Note 7, the next highly anticipated successor is now coming. The new Xiaomi Mi Max 4 will be even bigger and get the same hardware upgrade as the Note 7.
For the new CHUWI Aerobook, the Chinese manufacturer will launch an Indiegogo campaign, which will start on 27.02.. The Chinese manufacturer wants to position a mid-range device with Intel-m3 processor on the market for the first time.
Around the Chinese New Year there are again delays in shipping from China. Nevertheless we wish you a successful start into the “Year of the Pig”.
Is this already the trend for 2019? Apparently the motto is: “The more megapixels, the better”. After Xiaomi has teased a smartphone with a 48 megapixel camera, the Honor View 20 with 48 megapixel sensor and in-display camera follows!
Doogee promised us a few more innovations at the beginning of the year, but now they seem to have finally focused on rugged smartphones. The Doogee S90 is also an outdoor smartphone, but with a modular system with which you can easily connect a powerbank, for example.
Even though we’ve seen slider smartphones, dual-display smartphones and the new hole in the display, Meizu still manages to get on top of it. “Less is more” is the motto here! Because the new Meizu Zero does completely without buttons and slots and is even waterproof!
After the Armor 5 with its acrylic glass back wanted to look a little more stylish, the Armor 6 is back to the classic rugged smartphone design. Furthermore, the successor finally gets a 6.2 inch FullHD+ display and the more powerful Helio P60 processor.
Meizu also wants to secure a bigger slice of the pie on the smartphone market this year. It is no secret that they are able to produce very good smartphones. With the new Meizu Note 9, the Redmi Note 7 is probably the one most likely to be attacked.
The Chinese tech giant Xiaomi and the Swedish furnishing group IKEA have announced a strategic cooperation for smart home products. This will include the use of Xiaomi’s IoT platform (Internet of Things). The smart IKEA lighting is to be controlled from December. A good step for both parties?
Xiaomi releases its first own photo printer, which thanks to Mi Home and Airprint support could finally be interesting for us. What’s inside the plain white box?
Just in time for Christmas, Xiaomi seems to want to establish a new brand. This is best done directly with a product or a product range. With the Xiaomi Play one would like to tackle the market of the Gaming Smartphones further. But what about Black Shark?
The Vivo NEX (our review) attracted attention with a pop-up camera and the fingerprint sensor in the display, it has integrated two innovative technologies and made them socially acceptable. Now the successor is in the starting blocks: the Vivo NEX 2 relies on a dual-screen display.
That the Chinese tech giant Xiaomi is investing heavily in artificial intelligence (AI) is no new news. Xiaomi has also integrated the company’s technologies into the newer smartphones. Now the Chinese want to open up a new market with their Xiao AI Assistant: the automotive industry. Is the Xiaomi car coming soon?
Over their ‘Weibo’ channel, Xiaomi announced the ‘Zero’, advertised by the manufacturer itself as an “intelligent video doorbell”, which immediately touches several everyday problems and answers them with technical tricks.
The signs are hardening that Xiaomi will soon be launching its own Apple AirPods clone. The new headphones have already been certified by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and are labeled “Mi true wireless Eaphone” in the documents. You can find out what is already known here!
Even if the manufacturer Oppo hasn’t said much to you so far, if you follow the current top models you might have heard about Oppo Find X at the latest. The Oppo RX17 offers a waterdrop notch and the Pro version even gets a triple camera.