Wi-fi is quite a confusing concept for many. If you have multiple wi-fi routers working at your home location then there is a chance that your wifi signals are in interfere with other wifi. It is said that routers can connect up to 255 devices at the same time. No wonder, if there are couple […]
Last week was Black Friday!!! As it often happens, I was swept off my feet with incessant waves of several deals trying to tempt to shell out money even when you don’t want to. Of them “Bose freestyle earbuds” was one. This one was a great deal considering that the original price was $149.95 and […]
It is expected that both the phones may not come into light in India very soon however, here is a good news! This 2015, China’s electronic leader steps foot in India with the launch of its Xiaomi Mi4, this January (probably last week of Jan 2015) or in the first week of February 2015.
It is a know fact that a lot of the world’s products are made in China. Be it unqualified products or very well qualified one’s, the Chinese are good in delivering stuff. It is also said that they are rich in natural resources, human labor and a booming economy to back up any company to create a fruitful business venture.
It’s no surprise that a company from China has introduced Xiaomi Mi Note Pro that can definitely match Apple and Samsung’s domination in the mobile smartphone industry. The lower end of the phone is called Xiaomi Mi Note and both touch screen smart phones almost have same specs with minor upgrade features in the pro version.
The Chinese were the first one to invent paper. They were also the first ones to pioneer gunpowder. They gave us Sun Tzu and Confucius and a lot of other great ideas that the world has prospered from. A lot of the world’s products are sources in China and it’s no surprise that they are bringing their games up with technology. Why not? They have the labor and the materials to make their own gadgets.
This time, the world’s most important start-up company is going head to head with iPhone 6 Plus with its every own phablet, the new Xiaomi Mi Note. It boasts with a 5.7-inch touch screen. Making it larger by .2-inch than iPhone 6 Plus’ 5.5-inch screen. CEO Lei Jun said that their 6.95mm-thick, 161g-heavy Xiaomi Mi Note is lighter and slimmer than Apple’s current flagship phone.