Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has been disrupting the smartphone market at home and generating an awful lot of buzz. But should you believe the hype? We take a look at some of the stumbling blocks in the way of international success.
In 2014, Xiaomi took the lead in the world’s largest smartphone market, according to a new report from IDC. Meanwhile, Samsung lost more ground in Q4 2014.
Xiaomi came to the San Francisco to introduce itself. The choice of venue is important – San Francisco is close to the heart of the tech world, Silicon Valley, and it’s home to many technology journalists. In one swoop, Xiaomi is introducing itself to the US tech press, and signaling that it’s ready to play with the big boys of Silicon Valley.
Xiaomi announced today it is launching a retail website in the United States later this year. Unfortunately neither phones or tablets will be on offer, with the company selling accessories instead.
Xiaomi has announced that it now has enough stock of its Redmi Note 4G in India to do away with flash sales.
China has become a major force in the Android smartphone market. 4 of the top 10 OEMs are now from China. But, which are the best Chinese made smartphones?
The Xiaomi Mi 4 went on sale in India earlier today, but Flipkart sold out of its 25,000 handsets in just 15 seconds.
Low-cost Chinese smartphone developer Xiaomi is said to be deciding between either Hong Kong or the United States to float publicly.
Xiaomi’s Lin Bin and Hugo Barra will be hosting a press event in San Francisco on Thursday February 12th, but won’t be announcing any products for the US market.
Folks over at the MIUI forum have got their hands on and taken apart Xiaomi’s new Mi Note smartphone, giving us a close-up look at the internal hardware.