Two years and two high-end (ish) smartphones. That’s all it took to catapult Xiaomi from a no-name, novice company in the mobile décor to worldwide sensation
Some things look better in white, but whether or not this applies to the Xiaomi Mi2 – here’s a pic of the phone donning a new white faceplate to speak for itself.
We heard the heat during the summer months in Australia can get pretty intense. For Android enthusiasts, the temperature is about to rise some more with the arrival of the Xiaomi Mi-2 in the continent – albeit unofficially.
Xiaomi isn’t very well known in the United States, but it’s certainly very well known in China where the company had a great year. Next year, Xiaomi plans on making their presence felt in the US.
This week, Beijing based Xiaomi joined forces with Sina Weibo to test a new method of selling their popular Mi2 on the Twitter like social media platform. The results were pretty phenomenal!
Established less than three years ago, Xiaomi has become a leading smartphone manufacturer in China, and even on the international level. Reuters has a cover piece on Xiaomi and its charismatic leader Lei Jun.
This Chinese holiday season will get exciting with Android powered smartphones by Meizu, Xiapmi, and Oppo. All three smartphone manufacturers have already introduced new devices that will be sold in the coming months. Meizu with its MX2, Xiaomi with its Mi2 and Oppo with its Find 5 are set to take over China.
After a series of delays, the quad-core Huawei Ascend D1 Quad goes on sale in China. Also, what does Huawei’s chairman think of the company’s local rival?
Sources say that Xiaomi may be heading to Europe by 2013. The company has recently launched its second-generation Mi2 which is considered among today’s most powerful smartphones spec-wise, which is especially attractive due to the price. The question at this point, however, is whether Xiaomi will be able to launch the Mi2, or whether European users would have to wait for the third-generation device.
With the Xiaomi Mi2 debuting in China last week, it’s time to engross ourselves in the expected barrage of marketing efforts that the company will no doubt undertake until its eventual October release. The official promotional video that Xiaomi has uploaded for the quad-core Mi2 is an eye opener for the uninitiated