T-Mobile has added more music services to its unlimited streaming offer. Meanwhile, Xiaomi continues to take over the world with new launches and products.
T-Mobile has become the best carrier for music streamers in the USA, as data used in their list of supported services will not be counted against them. T-Mobile didn’t support every music service out there, though. They keep working on including more and they have just included 14 new services to their list.
These include Google Play Music, Xbox Music, SoundCloud, RadioTunes, Digitally Imported, Fit Radio, Fresca Radio, JAZZRADIO, Live 365, Mad Genius Radio, radioPup, Radio.com, ROCKRADIO and saavn.
Opinion: That’s quite a healthy list, if you ask us. More importantly, they have included Google Play Music, which is a very popular service. We know many of you complained about it being absent at launch. Now you can stream away!
The Xiaomi Redmi Note is one of our favorite affordable smartphones, and now our fellow Indian geeks can take advantage of this awesome smartphone. The device is launching this December 2nd at a price of Rs. 8999 ($145)on Flipkart.
In addition, a second variant will be available for Rs. 9999 ($160). This would be the 4G LTE variant, which many of you will probably opt for. You will be able to register on November 25th at 6PM IST, just in case you want to get ready to get it. The 4G LTE version will be launching a little later int he month, though.
Opinion: I happen to love this smartphone, so you should at least look into the Xiaomi Redmi Note if you are looking to get a new device. And don’t forget to check out our hands-on coverage if you are interested.
A low-cost tablet from Xiaomi has been going around the rumor mill for quite some time, but this seems to be solid evidence its launch is eminent. The new device has shown up in China’s TENAA, where it has received approval to go on sale in said country.
The device is code-named 2,014,811. It will be able to connect to GSM, WCDMA, TD-LTE and FDD-LTE networks, which makes it much more mobile than the powerful Mi Pad. Rumors say the device will come with a 9.2-inch display, a Snapdragon 410 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal storage and 2 cameras of unknown MP.
Opinion: Not a bat little tablet, but it is no powerhouse. This leads us to believe it will be (even more) affordable.