The folks at Xiaomi got their start by offering custom smartphone ROMs that offered a unique spin on the Android operating system. Since then, the company’s started selling its own phones, as well as set-top-boxes.

So what’s next for the Chinese device and software company? Tablets seem like an obvious choice.

Xiaomi MI Pad

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One reply on “Lilbits (6-19-2013): Xiaomi’s first tablet”

  1. That MI Pad looks really interesting in that the company is coming at it from the software side first.
    I’ve said before that the clever hardware design should be coupled with a good Android build, and it looks like this may be what’s happening here.

    I also like how the Rikomagic folks are throwing some more support to their customers.

    Very cool stuff!

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