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Xiaomi reports profitable Q3, lead by good performance in India

Xiaomi has beaten analysts estimates with its Q3 performance. The Chinese maker ended the September quarter with CNY 2.48B (€312.6M) profit - a big step up from Q3 of 2017's CNY 11B loss. Xiaomi's revenue in Q3 of 2018 rose 49.1% to CNY 50.85B (€6.4B). Xiaomi's positive quarter was spearheaded by the maker's top-notch performance in the Indian market, where it was leading the smartphone sales. Xiaomi has set itself up for success by expanding its market presence in Europe by entering the United Kingdom but analysts don't expect its profits to expand until it manages to boost its...

Coolpad Cool M7 with Snapdragon 625 launched

Coolpad has launched the Cool M7 in China. The device is priced at CNY 2699 ($404) and available on Coolpad Cool M7 The Cool M7 has a 5.5-inch 1080p display with 2.5D glass and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. On the back is a 13 megapixel f1.8 camera and on the front is a 13 megapixel f2.2 camera. The design, which looks strikingly similar to the iPhone 7 Plus, complete with a circular home button on the front and a camera layout on the back that looks like dual cameras at first glance, is made out of unibody...

Xiaomi Mi 4 announces in China

Xiaomi has announced the successor to their flagship Mi 3 smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi 4. The Xiaomi Mi 4 is priced at approximately $320 for the 16GB model and $400 for the 64GB model. Xiaomi has also announced a fitness band called Mi Band that will sell for $13. The key features of the Mi 4 smartphone include a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC with a quad-core 2.5GHz CPU, 3GB LP-DDR3 RAM, 16/64GB internal memory, 5.0-inch, 1080p display from Sharp or JDI with One Glass Solution, 13 megapixel rear camera, 8 megapixel front camera with stacked Sony CMOS sensor, and a 3,080mAh battery. The phone runs the latest MIUI 6 on top of Android KitKat. The phone has a stainless steel machined frame around the sides although the back is made out of plastic that will seemingly be available in different finishes, such as wood, bamboo, marble, fabric, leather, etc. We will update the article as we learn more about the device. Xiaomi mi 4 announces in china

Nokia 9 sports some bezels, live photos prove

The Nokia 9 has been in the news for months currently. The flagship was expected to launch this year however it is presently set for a 2019 launch. Most of the leaks regarding the phone’s design have focused on the rear of the cameraphone but a new leak today gives us a Check at the front of the smartphone. Nokia 9 sports some bezels, live photos prove The leak is a set of live photographs of the Nokia 9 and to be honest, we are unimpressed. In a world in which most manufacturers are trying really hard to ditch bezels, the Nokia 9 is rocking few thick ones. The bezels are not as thick as the ones on the Nokia 8 but after it launches next year, a year wherever the bezels are expected to become thinner or disappear completely, the Nokia 9 might be looking fairly dated. Nokia 9 sports some bezels, live photos prove The top bezel is home to a camera that sits on the right corner. In the middle is a cut out for the speaker and on the left is heading in which the standard sensors are. The chin is bare and doesn’t even have the Nokia branding which makes us wonder why it is Therefore thick in the initially place. Nokia 9 sports some bezels, live photos prove There is no fingerprint scanner visible in front and flowed out images of the rear show it isn’t there too which may perhaps indicate it is indeed under the display has rumored. Read also: Nokia 9 PureView Bluetooth approval hints late January release Nokia 9 sports some bezels, live photos prove The Nokia 9 is presently arriving late with a planned 2019 release and even though we are quite curious to see which its 5 rear cameras have to offer, we can’t tell if it will be sufficient to sell the product seeing as it has a instead uninteresting design and will be powered by Sd 845 cpu.

Essential teases new color option for February 15

Essential has been working quietly in the background since its PH-1 launched during the summer. It has been updating the phone with new camera improvements and shooting features, offered an Oreo beta trial for participants, and even held frequent Reddit AMAs to keep customers well informed about any concerns or questions. The company has recently resurfaced the news with an estimated 88,000 devices sold in the whole of 2017. Today, the company is ready to launch a new color option as per the teaser posted (and promoted) on Twitter this afternoon. A new wave is coming. #EssentialPhone...