After recently surpassing Apple for smartphone shipments in Q2 2021, Xiaomi has taken top spot from Samsung in a Strategy Analytics report.
Even with a number of well specced and priced mid-range phones available locally at the moment, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro stands out.
Apple’s iPhone 12 series of devices are the best, when it comes to internet speeds that is.
The Chinese brand has overtaken Apple, with Xiaomi within touching distance of Samsung as Oppo and Vivo round out the top five for Q2 2021.
At R5 499, our first impression of the Redmi Note 10 Pro from Xiaomi, is a great value for money phone that could shake things up.
Featuring the Redmi Note 10 Pro, Note 10S and Note 10 5G, Xiaomi is launching a new trio of well specced and nicely priced devices in SA.
The new HyperCharge system from Xiaomi can reportedly charge a 4 000mAh battery in eight minutes when plugged in and 15 minutes wirelessly.
Xiaomi is the latest techn company looking at electric vehicles, announcing that a new project will be in development over the next decade.
According to three people close to the matter, Xiaomi may launch an electric vehicle as soon as 2023.
Revealed yesterday, Xiaomi has debuted four different models for the Redmi Note 10, all of which with varying levels of specification.
Hypertext, in partnership with Xiaomi SA, is giving away a Xiaomi hamper valued at R5 000.
As more people were stuck inside their homes during lockdown, many used the opportunity to improve their environment with smart devices.
Embracing the waterfall edge trend, Xiaomi debuts a new concept phone that features it on all four sides of the display.
The Mi Charge solution from Xiaomi could prove a game changer for smartphone wireless charging, but it’s unclear when it will hit the market.
As a final move by the outgoing Trump administration, nine Chinese companies including Xiaomi have been placed on investment blacklist.
At R3 999, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 offers superb value for money, offering up a pleasing design, big battery and great camera. Its only issue is bloatware.
The latest smartphone report from IDC sees Samsung reclaim its top spot from Huawei, as well as Apple slipping to fourth as Xiaomi rounds out the top three.
Xiaomi brings more of its Redmi 9 devices to SA, with the entry-level 9 and 9A now available locally and retailing for R3 599 and R1 999 respectively.