Test on Xiaomi Devices
Instantly test and interact with a suite of Xiaomi Devices like Redmi Note 8, Redmi Note 7, etc. Replace your Xiaomi Emulators with Real Devices.
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No need to build or maintain expensive device labs. Instant, browser-based access to the latest and the most popular mobile devices including Xiaomi, Redmi, Samsung, Pixels, IPhones, etc. whenever you want.
Interact with your website or mobile app on the remote Galaxy devices, just as you would with a device in hand. Tap, scroll, zoom, swipe and more.
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Using our local testing feature, test your website and mobile apps, out of the box on internal development and staging environments.
Debug & fix bugs instantly
Debug your websites & apps instantly using device logs, devtools, video recordings and screenshots for every test you run.
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Security is a primary focus, and our policies are constantly upgraded. We provide pristine devices for testing and all data is wiped clean from the device after the session ends.
Xiaomi Devices we support
Frequently Asked Questions
Xiaomi is one of the leading mobile manufacturers in the world. It occupies the third largest market share in Asia after Samsung and Apple. It is also the fourth-largest brand globally. Additionally, Xiaomi has emerged as India’s number one smartphone brand with a significant market share of 26%.
Given the widespread usage and popularity of Xiaomi devices, testing and optimizing websites and apps for Xiaomi devices is critical for testers.
A Xiaomi emulator is a software application that mimics the functionality of real Xiaomi devices. Developers or QAs primarily prefer using Xiaomi emulators to test websites or apps on Xiaomi devices to avoid any production defects.
Xiaomi offers a range of smartphones like the MI and Redmi Note series. Each series includes devices ranging from budget smartphones (mobiles with limited specifications) to premium level handsets with high-end specifications. Each of these devices operate on unique versions of MIUI (Xiaomi’s customized User Interface).
Thus, to ensure that websites and apps run flawlessly across all Xiaomi devices that operate on unique configurations and UIs, developers use emulators to run Xiaomi tests.
Bear in mind that a Xiaomi emulator can not replace a real device.
- One cannot test key features like battery drainage or heating issues using an emulator.
- Considering the penetration of Xiaomi devices, testing on emulators can leave a space for unexplored bugs and might result in a bad end-user experience. This is because Xiaomi rolls out new devices rapidly at regular intervals, and emulators for each device type may not be available instantly.
In such cases, teams might miss out on testing critical features associated with the latest devices.
- Google recommends testing Android apps on real devices before submitting them on the Play Store
Xiaomi offers multiple series of smartphones like the MI and Redmi Note series. The MI series operates on the Stock Android operating system whereas the Redmi series smartphones are bundled with customized UI also known as the MIUI. Additionally, MIUI has multiple versions. All of this contributes to serious fragmentation within the Xiaomi ecosystem.
BrowserStack offers real Xiaomi devices for testing apps and websites in real user conditions. After identifying defects, developers and QAs can also access the native developer tools to debug specific issues on real devices like Redmi note 8 or Redmi Note 9.
Thus, debugging issues becomes quite effortless on desired Xiaomi devices. In essence, BrowserStack’s real device cloud facilitates fast, accurate, and convenient testing on real Xiaomi devices.