Xiaomi CyberDog vs Boston Dynamics Spot
With the first 1,000-units priced at just $1,575 USD, Xiaomi’s CyberDog quadruped robot is a far more affordable version of Boston Dynamics’ $70,000+ USD Spot. Despite the far lower price tag, it’s still powered by NVIDIA’s Jetson Xavier NX platform, which is an AI supercomputer that includes 384 CUDA cores, 48 tensor cores, 6 Carmel ARM CPUs, and 2 deep learning acceleration engines. It uses an 11 high-precision sensor suite, including touch sensors, cameras, ultrasonic sensors, GPS modules, and more, for instant feedback to guide its movements. Read more for two videos, including a head-to-head comparison with Spot.

Xiaomi 12 Ultra Smartphone Mobile Phone Leak
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Let’s face it, all front-facing cameras on smartphones come nowhere near the quality of their main sensors on the back, but taking selfies using the latter is always an issue. However, that may change with the Xiaomi 12 Ultra. Set to be released in 2022, this device features a sleek rounded display, a centered hole-punch camera, and a secondary display located right next to the Leica triple rear camera system. Read more for a video and additional pictures.

Xiaomi Smart Glasses Xiaomi Ray-Ban Facebook Smartglasses
Unlike the Ray-Ban x Facebook Stories smartglasses, the Xiaomi Smart Glasses combines both an imaging system and sensors into a standard design using MicroLED optical waveguide technology. Weighing in at just 51g, it’s capable of displaying messages / notifications, make calls, navigate, capture photos, and even translate text right in front of your eyes. The imaging system fits seamlessly into the frame due to the fact that MicroLED pixels are individually lit, while having a simpler structure. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

Xiaomi MIX 4 Smartphone
Xiaomi officially unveiled the MIX 4 at the company’s Autumn 2021 New Product Launch event and the stand out features are its full screen display, along with the latest CUP (Camera Under Panel) technology, complete with an all new lightweight fine ceramic unibody. The seemingly invisible 20MP Camera Under Panel offers a 400 ppi seamless viewing in the camera zone, matching the pixel density, brightness, and color detail of the surrounding screen. Read more for two videos, including an unboxing and hands-on look.

Xiaomi CyberDog AI Robot Dog
Boston Dynamics’ Spot has too high of a price tag ($70,000+) for most, but Xiaomi may have the next best thing, the $1,540 USD CyberDog. This quadruped open-source robotic dog is powered by NVIDIA’s Jetson Xavier NX platform, which is essentially an AI Supercomputer for Embedded and Edge Systems. It features 384 CUDA Cores, 48 Tensor Cores, a 6 Carmel ARM CPU, and 2 deep learning acceleration engines. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.

Xiaomi Invisible Selfie Camera Bezel Under Display
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Xiaomi Mobile Software was granted a patent by the European Patent Office as well as the United States Patent & Trademark Office earlier this week, titled ‘camera lens behind the display of a mobile terminal connected to the front side by a light guide’. In other words, the patent sketches show a selfie camera integrated directly into the screen bezel, which features a transparent area for the lens. Read more for the patent sketches and additional information.

Xiaomi HyperCharge 200W Wired 120W Wireless Fast Charging
Using a modified Mi 11 Ultra, Xiaomi demonstrated its all-new HyperCharge technology, which fully charges the 4000mAh smartphone in just 8-minutes using a 200W wired charger. Need some power in even a shorter time? How about a 50-percent charge in a mere 3-minutes and 23-seconds. Should you have forgotten the charging cable, its 120W wireless charging takes just 15-minutes for full power. Read more for a video and additional information.

Xiaomi Modular Smartphone
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Hate upgrading your smartphone when the hardware gets outdated? Xiaomi’s modular smartphone could be the solution to that problem. A recently uncovered patent from the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) for an “electronic devices” appear to show sketches of a smartphone-like device that consists of separate modules. In other words, you’ll be able to swap out nearly all sections of it when necessary. Read more for the patent and additional pictures.

Xiaomi Mi Mix Fold Foldable Smartphone Liquid Lens
Xiaomi officially launched Mi Mix fold, its first foldable smartphone, at their Spring 2021 event. It comes equipped with a large 8.01” WQHD+ resolution flexible internal display and a 6.52” external display, the largest foldable display on any smartphone to date, complete with its own Surge C1 Image Signal Processor optimized for professional photography. However, the coolest feature is its Liquid Lens. Read more for two videos, including the launch and a hands-on.

Xiammi Mi 11 Ultra
The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has now launched globally, and it’s aimed a photographers. Featuring a pro-grade triple rear camera setup that consists of only “main” cameras – a 50MP Samsung GN2, 48MP Sony IMX586 ultra-wide and 48MP Sony IMX586 telephotom a 20MP in-display selfie camera, and a rear 1.1-inch AMOLED always-on display for notifications, selfie previews, etc. The smartphone’s three cameras support 8K 24fps video, and the main camera supports Staggered-HDR ensuring excellent picture quality and accurate, dynamic light and shadow representation. Read more for the event video and additional information.