The Xiaomi Redmi Note is the bigger brother of the Redmi. It packs more powerful hardware and houses a bigger screen and battery. How exactly does it perform? Read on for the full review.
With the emergence of the budget smartphone market, many companies are looking to capitalize on that by selling phones of high quality while still keeping prices at a low. The ASUS Zenfone 5 is one of the first models to be part of the budget offerings by the company. The company is not exactly new in the market, having already come out with several different tablets and hybrids in the past. The Zenfone series of phones, however, is their first venture into the phone market.
With all the mobile devices that people are carrying around these days, a power bank is almost essential if not helpful especially for heavy users. In times of emergency (battery running out for example), a power bank is extremely useful and can be a life saviour especially when you are on the go. The Mi power bank by Xiaomi is rated at 10400mAh and is selling at an extremely attractive price. How does the power bank perform?
The Mi3 is Xiaomi’s latest flagship phone. Xiaomi has come a long way from their initial flagship phone release. The Mi3 not only has amazing hardware powering the phone, it has the great MIUI to translate all that computing power into useful functions. The most amazing thing of all is the price that tags along with the phone. Just based on pure hardware specifications, you are getting an extremely great deal. Of course we cannot judge a phone just based on its price tag and hardware specifications. As such, read on for my full analysis and review of the Mi3.
Xiaomi is one of the largest Chinese phone makers. They were the first Chinese company to gain the attention of the world when they released their very first phone. In 2013, Android VP Hugo Barra left Google to join them. That itself speaks volumes as to how huge the potential of Xiaomi is and how serious they are taking things. Currently, they have two main branches of phones. One is their flagship product line and the other is the budget line. The Hongmi, or Redmi, is their first ever budget phone released. That said, how does it fair?
It has come to my awareness that some Chinese manufacturers are using a script to fake hardware specifications in benchmark tools and hardware info apps. I’m not sure how long exactly this has been the case but there are reports from people recently and that prompted me to quickly spread the message. Read on to find out how to check if your phone does have such a script in place.