Xiaomi has announced the launch of the Mi 10 series in Singapore. We round up Xiaomi Mi 10...
Xiaomi’s highly anticipated flagship-level phablet, the Mi Note, is finally here.
Continue readingXiaomi Mi Note available on 28th July for $569, 27th July via Uber
Xiaomi’s brand new Mi Note flagship will be launching in Singapore in the second quarter of this year. The Mi Note, which rivals the iPhone 6 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note 4, is Xiaomi’s first flagship-grade phablet. It was announced in January alongside the Mi Note Pro, a more beefed-up version of the phablet.
After gaining momentum in Southeast Asia and India, the Apple of China strikes again, this time in the tablet front. The Mi Pad – Xiaomi’s answer to the iPad mini 2 – will be on sale next Tuesday, 10 Feb, for S$299.
ZTE, one of the top global handset manufacturers today announced the launch of three new Android smartphones running – Blade VEC 4G, Blade L2 and KIS 3, which will be available in Singapore for the first time from August 23. The mobile handsets will be distributed exclusively via leading mobile solutions provider, Polaris Ltd, and are extremely cheap.
Xiaomi finally announced a week ago that the highly anticipated Redmi Note would be available in Singapore. The 1.7Ghz Octa-core 5.5″ phablet will be going on sale in Singapore on 8 July (that’s next Tuesday) for a low $199.
But Xiaomi had more to offer. In a surprise post today, it announced that the Redmi 1s will be available on the same day, retailing for the same price as the original Redmi for $169. Continue readingRedmi 1s launches in Singapore alongside the Redmi Note on 8 July
Someone call the cops - Xiaomi has gone insane. The Mi3 (which is basically an LG G2 at way less than half the price. Read: VERY SOLID '2013 flagship material phone') launched in Singapore retailing at a mouth-watering low of S$419. Following the launch of the One Plus One, Xiaomi decided to cut the price by $80 and gave it away for S$339. And now they've pushed it even...
Better late than never. Though in Motorola’s case, its Moto X is almost a year late into the market.