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Xiaomi Drone will swoosh over your head

From the road, to the kitchen counter, to the skies. You can now add a drone to the ever-growing list of products that Xiaomi manufactures, either directly or through its network of partners and investees.


The Mi Drone will be unveiled on May 25, according to a teaser from Hugo Barra, but we already know what it will look like, thanks to a teaser that surfaced on Youku.

The brief teaser reveals a rather conventional-looking quadcopter equipped with a built-in camera of spherical shape. The large camera is mounted on a pivot and it looks like it’s able to capture video from 360 degrees.

The video promises that more details will be revealed on the evening of May 25 at a live launch event.

From older reports, we expect the Xiaomi drone to capture 4K content; users will be able to control it through a dedicated smartphone app or even a Mi Band wearable.


As more consumers and businesses become aware of the potential of drones, the electronics industry is looking at the field for new avenues of growth. Component makers like Qualcomm already have dedicated drone solutions, which should make them even more accessible. Drones are also becoming more intelligent, thanks to the inclusion of technologies that were initially developed for mobile applications, like Google’s Tango or Intel’s RealSense.

Xiaomi always aims to undercut competitors through low prices, regardless if we’re talking about smartphones, big screen TVs, or air purifies. Should DJI be worried?

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Shrey Kapoor is a Tech-Enthusiast and Founder of Techphlie.com, which is one of the India's Top Tech News Website.Even Forbes and many other renowned publishers took his articles reference .Shrey is a social media analyst, strategic thinker and creative writer who is passionate to deliver the best, latest possible Tech-News to his followers and subscribers.

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