Given the price point, Le Max 2 will compete with Xiaomi’s Mi 5, Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe, Moto X Style; and maybe even OnePlus 3.
India’s wearable market reached 400,000 units in Q1 2016 with fitness bands from Xiaomi, GoQii dominating the market, says IDC.
LeEco Le 2 is the successor to Le 1s and will compete against the likes of Yu Yunicorn, Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, Moto G4 Plus. Here’s a look.
Yu Yunicorn is the new ‘flagship’ smartphone from YU Televentures, and goes on sale today at 2 pm on Flipkart.
Mi band 2 is made up of silicone and is IP67 certified water-resistant. The smartband weighs only 7gm.
Xiaomi in April had approached the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) for opening single brand retail trading in India.
The deal also includes a patent cross-licensing arrangement and a commitment by Xiaomi to install copies of Microsoft software.
The spotlight has been on Xiaomi after Apple’s application for such a waiver was turned down by the finance ministry earlier this month. Another Chinese mobile phone maker, LeEco, has also sought such a waiver.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 can be bought from Mi.com, Amazon India, Flipkart and Snapdeal. The sale starts at 10 am.
The GreenDust May Best Sellers sale is already live and will end on May 29.
Xiaomi has finally unveiled it Mi Drone with 4K video recording and swappable 5,100mAh battery.
Xiaomi is all set to launch its first Mi Drone on May 25, which could be a quadcopter with a video camera attached.
CoolPad Max is the new premium mid-budget phone that can challenge the Xiaomi Mi 5. Here’s a look at the competition.
The Mi Box is a sleek device with an award winning design which comes with a rich library of content with thousands of movies, shows and games from Google Play, YouTube and other apps.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 was launched on March 3 in India. The budget smartphone by the company starts at Rs 9,999.