JerryRigEverything bills the Mi 6 as one of the sturdiest it has ever tested, survive scratch, burn, and bend tests with flying colors. But one thing that Nelson never does on his YouTube videos is test how water resistant phones are. With Xiaomi boasting of its first splash proof phone, he got interested in checking out that claim during his teardown. Without drowning the phone, of course.
It turns out, it’s not that water resistant after all and Xiaomi is more or less accurate in calling it simply splash proof. Although Xiaomi does go through the trouble of sealing holes and even removing the headphone jack for the sake of water proofing, it didn’t take the last step of sealing the USB-C port. As such, there is a rather big entry point for water and moisture to go through. Nelson rates the Mi 6 with an IP64 and hopes that the Mi 7 would do beter.
The frosted glass or translucent finish looks impressive from the front, but it does look like a blender from the sides in the live images. The are perforations in the plastic cover at the top and an opening at the bottom where users will be able to reach out and pick up the finished product.
No technical details have been leaked so there are still a lot of unknowns about this printer and how it compares to those from other manufacturers.
The mask is made of high-fibre textile, and is hand woven to offer a three-dimensional structure. GizmoChina reportsthat the anti-pollution mask is light and portable, weighing about 50.5 grams. It is offered in a Grey colour option, with a delicate air filter attached to one side.
The air filter can be detached from the mask, and the housing inside is made of high-quality polyester fabric. To make it lightweight, there’s a home-grown ultra-thin fan and a removable cartridge for ease in future replacement. The fan has three speed level controls, and a power on/off button to save battery.
Mi Portable Mouse – Light Weight 77.5g, Aluminum shell, ABS Material and More! ,Xiaomi MIUI Official Forum
The wireless mouse connects to various devices via Bluetooth (version 4.0) and wireless adapter (radio frequency 2.4GHz), and weighs only 77.5 grams (including batteries). It is compatible with the Mi TV, tablets, mobile phones, laptops, desktops and other devices. The Mi Portable Mouse offers wireless coverage of up to 10 metres, and needs AAA batteries to keep the cursor going.
he Mi Portable Mouse is also substantially cheaper than Apple’s offering, and is priced at CNY 99 (roughly Rs. 1,000). It will be made available in China from November 11.
Time and again, Xiaomi and VP for international Hugo Barra constantly express their intent to eventually march into the US smartphone market, but that day
The Redmi 4 has actually two configurations. The Standard Edition is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430, has a 720p screen, 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of storage. The Pro Edition, on the other hand, gets a more powerful Snapdragon 625 CPU, 1080p resolution, 3 GB memory, and 32 GB storage. In almost everything else, the two are identical, like the 5-inch screen size, 13 megapixel PDAF main camera, and generous 4,100 mAh battery.
Xiaomi is notorious for offering its smartphones in dirt cheap prices, and the new Redmi 4 models are no different. The Redmi 4A goes for 499 RMB ($73), while the Redmi 4 Standard Edition raises the stakes higher at 699 RMB ($103). At the very top is the Redmi 4 Pro Edition at only 899 RMB ($133), which is probably going to make Android fans anywhere drool.