The foldable smartphone race is on. With Samsung and LG leading the pack, Xiaomi has entered the race. Leaked images show a three-panel phone that folds on both the left and right sides. Is this a foldable phone from the Chinese giant? It certainly looks like it.
2018 was the year of the notch. In recent months we've also seen pop-up cameras, dual displays and sliding cameras. But what's the best solution to this dilemma? Where's the best place for the front camera?
During the China Partner Conference, today Xiaomi beat all its competitors in the race, announcing a new version of its MI MIX 3 that supports 5G connectivity. Not only that, the smartphone is also equipped with Qualcomm's latest SoC, the Snapdragon 855, just unveiled in Hawaii.
One of Xiaomi's most important investments in recent years has been in artificial intelligence, included in the latest models of its smartphones. Once again, Xiaomi doesn't stop there and wants to introduce his assistant Xiao IA in a new market, the car market. Are we close to a future Xiaomi Car?
For the past year, it's been the biggest and most controversial trend in the smartphone world. Almost all manufacturers have delved into it in one form or another. But even more quickly than we expected, the notch has started to take a back seat, as new designs are pushing their way to the market.
Xiaomi is holding an event in New York City next month and the Chinese brand says it will be its biggest ever party. Is the company about to launch its first US smartphone? If so, things are about to get shaken up in the American market.