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  • Xiaomi debuts white Mi Mix and the new Mi TV 4 with 4.9mm thickness

    Xiaomi debuts white Mi Mix and the new Mi TV 4 with 4.9mm thickness

    We have seen the leaks saying that there will be a white Xiaomi Mi Mix coming to the market soon, and here it is. Xiaomi has officially unveiled the official new colour of the bezelless smartphone, alongside the new Mi TV 4 65-inch.

  • Xiaomi Mi Max available in Malaysia from 3 September 2016 for RM999 at Celcom, YES, Thorus and Lazada

    Xiaomi Mi Max available in Malaysia from 3 September 2016 for RM999 at Celcom, YES, Thorus and Lazada

    The 6.44-inch display Xiaomi Mi Max will soon be available in Malaysia with the official release date being tomorrow on 3 September 2016 for RM999. Compatible with both YES and Celcom networks, bundle plans should be announced shortly but you can also get the Mi Max from Lazada and stores serviced by their official distributor Thorus.

  • MIUI 8 Stable version has started rolling out worldwide

    MIUI 8 Stable version has started rolling out worldwide

    Xiaomi's MIUI 8 beta has been going well so far, the Stable version is ready and has started rolling out in Over-the-Air (OTA) update worldwide. Xiaomi smartphones that are running on MIUI 5, 6 and 7 will definitely get the update. Below is the official list of phones that will get the update first:

  • Xiaomi MIUI 8 Global Beta ROM is now available

    Xiaomi MIUI 8 Global Beta ROM is now available

    Great news for Mi fans, Xiaomi is getting ready to roll out their latest OS - the MIUI 8 globally with a beta ROM through online. Only a few selected devices will get the update today and the rest of the devices will follow. Below are the official devices that can get the beta ROM:

  • Rumours: The Xiaomi Mi Max and Redmi 3 are heading to Malaysia?

    Rumours: The Xiaomi Mi Max and Redmi 3 are heading to Malaysia?

    We have seen Xiaomi launched several new devices in the past several months, and thanks to our friends at Lowyat, it seems that two of the said devices, the Xiaomi Mi Max and the Xiaomi Redmi 3 will be heading to Malaysia pretty soon.

  • Rumours: Xiaomi Mi Max Lite in the works?

    Rumours: Xiaomi Mi Max Lite in the works?

    The Xiaomi Mi Max has received a great response since its launch a month or so ago. But Xiaomi is not resting on their laurels – according to an AnTuTu benchmark, there could be a lite version of that beefy smartphone in the works.

  • MIUI 8 Open Beta is now available

    MIUI 8 Open Beta is now available

    We're now halfway of 2016 and Xiaomi has decided to send us a gift to their Mi fans, and that'd be releasing MIUI 8 Open Beta version before the official release date. If you're keen to test the ROM, you may visit their website to download. Below is the list of devices eligible for MIUI 8:

  • IP168 back again by tearing down the Xiaomi Mi Max

    IP168 back again by tearing down the Xiaomi Mi Max

    Ever since Xiaomi announced their first phablet, the Xiaomi Mi Max, they have already received over 10 million registrations in China alone from the first flash sale and this proves the popularity and demand of the device. It was also only a matter of time that someone does a teardown treatment, this time once again from IT168 from China, known for tearing down well-known smartphones such as the Huawei P9 and Meizu Pro 6.

  • Over 8 Million Registrations received for Xiaomi Mi Max's First Flash Sale

    Over 8 Million Registrations received for Xiaomi Mi Max's First Flash Sale

    Every Xiaomi products are always in high demand in China and also in other regions like Malaysia as well. Whenever the company comes out with a new device, the consumers will have a hard time getting one as they will be sold out within the same day. With that being said, the Xiaomi Max is going to be no exception. Xiaomi Max spots the tech specs of a massive 6.4-inch 1080 display, large 4850 mAh battery, 16MP shooter and three different versions of processors. One powered by Snapdragon 650 and the other two by Snapdragon 652. The phone is said to have received over 8 million registrations for the first flash sale that is going to be held on 17 May 2016.

  • Xiaomi unveils its 6.44-inch phablet Mi Max, and MIUI 8 in China

    Xiaomi unveils its 6.44-inch phablet Mi Max, and MIUI 8 in China

    Today, Xiaomi has revealed both the Xiaomi Mi Max and their latest operating system the MIUI 8. The Mi Max will be available in China first on 17 May through online channels including Mi.com, and across the country's Mi Home outlets. Without further ado, below are the official specifications: