Latest Xiaomi phone reviews
The 'i' or 'X Pro' variant dilutes the original Mi 11's specs a little - and the price too. Despite being cheaper, is it one Mi handset too far?
This standout flagship excites for its unusual features - such as a second rear screen - but can it also deliver the basics where it matters?
This slim and light 5G-capable handset stands out because of its chic and unique design. But if you don't need 5G is it overpriced?
Perhaps the best affordable phone to launch in 2021, the Redmi name might be lesser known, but the Note 10 Pro's strong spec delivers the goods.
This sub-flagship is all about longevity from its big battery. If you don't want 5G connectivity then it's powerful, too, but the software is weak.
The 2021 flagship brings accomplished design, a fresh take on cameras, but so-so software, wrapped into a coherent and well-priced package.
An affordable device with great specification all considered, but just how well does the budget Poco M3 handle in the real world? Here's our review.
The 'T' version of the affordable Note 9 brings a solid feature set - 5G, large screen, massive battery - but is somewhat a software battle.
With a 120Hz refresh-rate screen at an affordable price point, the Lite is anything but lightweight in its delivery. So what's the compromise?
Entering a new phase, the 2020 top-end Xiaomi T device jumps to a higher price, adding pressure to expection. Is it the affordble sub-flagship to buy?
We've had our hands on the Poco X3 NFC - which launches six months after the X2 - so here's our pictures to show-off what this handset is all about.
This third-gen device is big and powerful, but does it bring anything new to the idea of a gaming phone? Read our review to find out more...
Although it says 'Lite' in the name, this Mi 10 phone isn't lightweight in delivery: it's got fast 5G and substantial spec for the price point.
The Mi 10 Pro is a great phone in many areas, offering good build, great camera, excellent speakers and a top display too.
You get a lot for your money from the Redmi Note 9, with impressive hardware and design, and power that leaves many rivals in the dust.
The second-gen affordable flagship has heaps of power and appeal. But is it as pro at every turn like the name suggests?
With a Qualcomm 855 processor, in-screen fingerprint scanner and triple camera setup, it's hard to believe this phone is this affordable.
Offering powerful hardware and a good camera experience, the Mi 9 is let down by the software, but at this price it's a compelling flagship phone
It's got five cameras, a 108MP main sensor, and it's all about photography. Is this the flagship to make Xiaomi a household name outside of China?
The third-gen Mi Mix brings a slider phone design to reveal its front cameras. But is the best way to battle the notch? And how good is the 5G model?
An affordable phone from the budget arm of Xiaomi offers great design, value and battery life, but introduces software annoyances that drag it down.
This Chinese phone brand's flagship offers affordable power - but there are compromises. Here's whether this Xiaomi should be on your shopping list.
Find out if this dedicated gaming smartphone out-shines Razer and Asus. It's certainly a bargain in terms of price.
Xiaomi launches into the UK with the Mi 8 Pro leading the charge. But can this affordable flagship take on the rest?
Xiaomi has officially launched in the UK, bringing with it two phone models to tease the British with, with a mid-range model to mix things up
The big-battery phone from Xiaomi off-shoot, Poco, crams in a Snapdragon 845 processor at an affordable price (circa $300). But what's it really like?
The Mi A2's build quality, feel iand general operation thanks to Android One make it a capable phone for a price that no other mid-price match.
All current flagships worth their salt are shrinking screen bezel, looking to make the most display-forward design possible. But it wasn't one of the ...
It's finally happened: Xiaomi, the affordable Chinese phone brand, has worked its way over to Europe. Well, Spain for the time being. But we've prised