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Xiaomi Mi Note 10 brings CC9 Pro’s 108MP camera to a bigger audience

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 brings CC9 Pro’s 108MP camera to a bigger audience

It was only yesterday that Xiaomi announced the CC9 Pro for China, and now we know what the phone will be called in other parts of the world. Today Xiaomi revealed the Mi Note 10, which is more or less the same exact phone that was announced yesterday, only renamed for other markets. That, most importantly, means that the Mi Note 10 keeps the CC9 Pro's 108-megapixel camera.

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Xiaomi Mi Watch (Apple Watch look-alike) costs under $200

Xiaomi Mi Watch (Apple Watch look-alike) costs under $200

China-based smart device maker Xiaomi just released a "Xiaomi Mi Watch" that looks a whole lot like the Apple Watch. It has a very, very similar size and shape... and home screens (watch faces). See if you can tell which of these watches (at the head of this article) are from Xiaomi, and which are from Apple. There are some simple giveaways, but really - there's no getting around the idea that there's some MAJOR design inspiration going on here - to put it kindly.

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Mi CC9 Pro released with 108MP camera tied for world’s best

Mi CC9 Pro released with 108MP camera tied for world’s best

The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro was released today with a set of 5 cameras on its backside. We've seen smartphones with 5x camera lenses before - a combination of front and back lenses - but never 5x on the back of a phone in an array so impressive as this. The primary lens amongst these monsters is a 108-megapixel sensor - a sensor that might well make its way to the Samsung Galaxy S11 in 2020.

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Xiaomi Mi Watch details revealed: A cheaper Apple Watch?

Xiaomi Mi Watch details revealed: A cheaper Apple Watch?

Today we're looking at Xiaomi's latest released clues about their next smartwatch, the Mi Watch. This is a watch that looks a WHOLE LOT like an Apple Watch - but sorta like if Apple decided to do an "SE" version of said device. Not that they'd ever do such a thing, but still - here's what Xiaomi's got. The Xiaomi Mi Watch will have a rounded-corner rectangular display and a digital crown on its right side for controlling its UI.

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Xiaomi’s teasing an extremely Apple Watch-looking wearable

Xiaomi’s teasing an extremely Apple Watch-looking wearable

Today the folks at Xiaomi decided to tease a new device that'll be revealed on November 5th, 2019. Previous code leaks suggest that Xiaomi's likely set to reveal a "Mi Watch" that's also been referred to with the name "Mi Wear". Xiaomi uses the name "Mi" quite a bit, and previously had (and still has) an app called Mi Fit for their "Mi Band" devices. Now they may be stepping up a bit in the world.

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Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro earns decent scores from DxOMark

Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro earns decent scores from DxOMark

DxOMark has been reviewing smartphone cameras for many years now but it rarely has it tested Xioami's handsets. Even rare is a review of Xiaomi's budget Redmi brand which has finally gotten its first-ever camera benchmark on the site. As they say, good things come to those who wait and Redmi's first entry is joining the race with a big bang. While the Redmi K20 Pro doesn't get the highest marks, it does impress with its performance, especially considering it sells for half the price of equivalent flagships.

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Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G and Mi Full Screen TV bring saner products to market

Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G and Mi Full Screen TV bring saner products to market

Xiaomi just revealed the Mi Mix Alpha phone but despite the buzz that it's wrap-around screen is getting, it's ultimately still an experimental and impractical phone. Fortunately, Xiaomi does have some new products coming and the 5G model of the Mi 9 Pro and a new 4K TV capable of playing 8K videos are immediately more useful for majority of the consumer market.

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Mi Mix Alpha phone has a bonkers wrap-around screen

Mi Mix Alpha phone has a bonkers wrap-around screen

There's a Xiaomi-made smartphone out there in the world called Mi Mix Alpha, and it's got a wrap-around display. This device's introduction to the world included the word "concept" more than once, but it'll apparently be produced for consumer sale nonetheless. The Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha has a screen-to-body ratio of 180.6 percent - which is, of course, completely bonkers.

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Xiomia Mi 9 Lite is just the Mi CC9 for Europe

Xiomia Mi 9 Lite is just the Mi CC9 for Europe

Xiaomi is the new Samsung, at least as far as flooding the market with smartphones is concerned. Not content with its own Mi brand, it spun off its budget brand Redmi to be its own thing. And then it launched the new youth-oriented CC brand. But, as they say, all things come full circle and, now, Xiaomi is launching a new Mi 9 Lite in Europe which is in truth just a rebranded Mi CC9.

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Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro (Redmi K20 Pro) Review : Shiny Low Profile Hero

Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro (Redmi K20 Pro) Review : Shiny Low Profile Hero

The smartphone you see before you represents everything good about reading tech news today. It's very easy to get wrapped up in believing the best phones only come from the most visible brands - Samsung, Apple, etcetera - but that's not always true. Imagine there's a phone that's just as good as far more expensive devices but isn't made by a brand you recognize - could such a device exist?

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Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G to boast 30W wireless charging

Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G to boast 30W wireless charging

Most smartphone companies seem to be competing on at least two fronts' displays and cameras, with especially the latter taking center stage in marketing and advertisements. Xiaomi is definitely no outlier but it is also giving due attention to other innovations and features. That includes one thing that few of the major OEMs dare to experiment. In the upcoming Mi 9 Pro 5G, that's the wireless charging that will be the fastest in the market, hopefully, while remaining just as safe.

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Android 10 rollout: stable Essential, beta OnePlus, confusing Xiaomi

Android 10 rollout: stable Essential, beta OnePlus, confusing Xiaomi

As leaked before, Google finally and formally released Android 10, previously known as Android Q, to the world. That, however, might not matter much to most Android users who will still have to wait for their phone makers to roll out the update to their phones, if at all. It does mean that the guessing and waiting game for users has started but, at least for three brands outside of Google's own Pixels, they might not have to wait that long.

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