Some say that knowing the cause of a problem is half of the battle. Looking at its letter to investors, it’s hard not to think that the tech giant has missed a major cause of its troubles.
Xiaomi previously announced that it would start taking pre-orders for the Mi 3 in India on Tuesday, July, 15. Now local online retailer Flipkart just announced that it will be selling the Mi 3 exclusively in the country.
In less than 12 months, we could see Android One smartphones with HD screens and quad-core internals, maybe even LTE, for under $100. That means that even folks earning less than $200 a month would be able to enjoy features that even sophisticated consumers in mature markets consider attractive. If this is not the very realization of democratization in mobile technology, then I don’t know what is.
In the third part of our Xiaomi profile, Hugo Barra talks about the company’s next expansion targets, challenges, and Xiaomi’s ecosystem friendly approach.
Hugo Barra started his interview with Android Authority by talking in detail about Xiaomi’s business model, how e-commerce is in the company’s DNA, and how Xiaomi is now the third largest e-commerce company in China.
Hugo Barra talks about plans for Xiaomi to enter the North American market and how he would win the American consumers’ minds, hearts, and souls.
We all hate it when we can’t buy that cool, affordable phone we wanted. Here’s why we should cut underdogs some slack.
Without doubt, Motorola redefined what the term “low-end” means with the Moto G. Now Motorola is trying to redefine it yet again with the Moto E. But why?
Xiaomi started selling the $280 Mi3 in Malaysia on May 20th and their web store ran out of units in less than 20 minutes.
Despite being just 5 months old, OnePlus sure managed to grab a lot of attention with its OnePlus One debut. With that in mind, we take a look at what made the OnePlus’ launch so successful and what other phone makers could learn from the company.